Found February 08, 2013 on
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ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Larry Sanders was relieved Wednesday when he received the X-rays on his back.
It was only natural for him to fear the worst after suffering a scary fall while trying to draw a charge on Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried. The X-rays showed the injury was nothing serious, but Sanders still was in a good deal of pain from the bruise on the right side of his lower back.
The NBA's leader in blocked shots returned to practice Friday after missing Wednesday's game but was limited to non-contact drills. The Bucks officially list Sanders as questionable for Saturday's game against Detroit.
"It went good," Sanders said. "I moved around a little bit and got some of the stiffness out. It's still sore and sensitive to the touch."
The Bucks are going to play Sanders' availability by ear and see how he feels and moves during Saturday morning's shootaround. Because Milwaukee is about to enter a crucial three-game stretch before the All-S...
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MILWAUKEE -- Bucks center Larry Sanders is missing his second consecutive game Saturday with a bruised lower back suffered in Tuesday's loss in Denver.
Milwaukee will also be without reserve forward Marquis Daniels against the Pistons, as he's away from the team tending to a family matter. Daniels missed Tuesday's game for the same reason but returned Wednesday and started...
Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders will miss Wednesday's game against Utah with a lower back contusion.
Sanders, the NBA's leading shot blocker, took a scary fall late in the fourth quarter of Tuesday's loss to the Nuggets while trying to draw a charge on Denver forward Kenneth Faried. After being helped to the locker room, Sanders underwent initial X-rays that showed...
MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Bucks are clearly a frustrated group.
Charlie Villanueva's go-ahead 3-pointer with 9.7 seconds left gave Detroit a 105-100 victory Saturday, sending the Bucks to their third straight defeat and fifth loss in six games.
The ever-so-important three-game stretch of home games before the All-Star break began on a sour note, leaving the Bucks just one...
The Milwaukee Bucks are interested in trading for Orlando sharpshooter J.J. Redick, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
"Bucks, I'm told, assessing their ability to retain sharpshooter long term," Stein writes. "To meet asking price for Redick -- expiring(s) and a future first-round
pick -- Bucks naturally wanna know they can retain free agent-to-be."...
Each weekend, we will highlight the trends, rumors and stories going around the NBA that we may miss during the busy week.
Milwaukee Playoff hunting
The Milwaukee Bucks are holding on to the eighth seed in the East but may be feeling the pressure to hold on and make the Playoffs for the first time since 2010.
Larry Sanders was surprisingly the team's breakout star...
FOX Sports Wisconsin Bucks analyst Jon McGlocklin will take the first of two scheduled breaks from Bucks broadcasts beginning Monday, Feb. 11, when Milwaukee hosts Washington at 7 p.m.
McGlocklin will miss five telecasts between Feb. 11-23, and five additional telecasts from March 15-27. While McGlocklin is away on his scheduled absence, Bucks pre and postgame analyst Tony Smith...
While sharpshooter, J.J. Redick, has been mentioned in several trade rumrors, the latest team interested is the Milwaukee Bucks, according to Marc Stein.
According to Marc Stein, ESPN:
Milwaukee now in mix for Magic’s JJ Redick. Bucks, I’m told, assessing their ability to retain sharpshooter long term.
To meet asking price for Redick — expiring(s) and a future first-round pick...