J.J. Redick does not expect it to be an emotional moment while facing his former Orlando Magic team for the first time Sunday.

And Tobias Harris said he is not out for revenge while going against his former Milwaukee Bucks teammates.

But the two principal figures in the trade deadline deal between the Magic and Bucks will be highly motivated in the matinee game at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.

"This game . . . to be honest with you, everything has happened so fast," Redick said after practice Saturday. "I haven't even realized it's been 3½ weeks since I've been traded. We've had 11 games. It's flown by.

"You come into this game tomorrow, and it's a must win. We're at a place where we've got to start winning some games again."

The Bucks (32-32) have dropped three straight games after winning six of their previous seven. And they need a solid stretch to have a chance at catching Atlanta, Boston or Chicago and moving up in the Eastern Conference playoff race.