After missing 10 consecutive games, Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday is likely to return to the lineup against the visiting LA Clippers on Sunday, sources told ESPN.

The Bucks have been largely inconsistent without Holiday, who has been out for three weeks as part of the league’s health and safety protocols.

Holiday practiced on Saturday with the Bucks, and he has progressed in ramping up his conditioning this week.

After starting the season 15-8, the Bucks have struggled to a 5-5 record without Holiday. The Bucks are down in points per game (121.2 to 117.6), point differential (9.8 to 2.5) and assists per game (27.2 to 23.7).

Holiday has averaged 16.4 points, 5.4 assists and 4.8 rebounds, including shooting 50% from the floor and 38.7% on 3-pointers.

The Bucks acquired Holiday from the New Orleans Pelicans in a blockbuster four-team trade during the offseason.