When Jrue Holiday left the Milwaukee Bucks season opener with right heel soreness, there was cause for concern. Following the game, Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer said Holiday already had an MRI and that the results were encouraging. Budenholzer said, "Everything's good, positive" when asked about Holiday.
The injury designation is a heel contusion for Holiday. It's unknown how much time, if any, Milwaukee's lead guard will miss.
Holiday exited after playing only 18 minutes in the opener. He was effective in those minutes, scoring 12 points on 5-of-7 shooting, but did seem to move gingerly at points.