Bucks guard Michael Redd will not play against the Orlando Magic because of a sore left knee.

Redd has already missed nine games because of a knee strain he sustained Oct. 31 against Detroit while dunking on a fast break. He returned on Wednesday and played in the final three games of Milwaukee's most recent road trip, averaging 7.6 points in limited minutes.

But coach Scott Skiles said before Saturday's game that Redd told him the knee was sore after the Bucks' 108-90 loss to Oklahoma City on Friday night.

The Bucks are also missing center Andrew Bogut (left leg strain), who was hurt Nov. 18 and will miss his sixth game, and forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute (left foot sprain), who was hurt Nov. 16 and will miss his seventh game.