Posted December 10, 2013 on AP on Fox
Milwaukee Bucks guard Gary Neal did not make the trip to Chicago for Tuesday night's game with the Bulls because of plantar fasciitis in his left foot. Neal played just 7 minutes in Milwaukee's 90-82 loss to Brooklyn on Saturday. Bucks forward Khris Middleton did not participate in Tuesday morning's shootaround because of an ankle injury, but he is expected to play against the Bulls. Milwaukee has been hit hard by injuries this season. General manager John Hammond said Monday that center Zaza Pachulia broke his right foot in last week's 105-98 loss to Detroit. The Bucks are playing without injured starters Larry Sanders (thumb) and Caron Butler (knee).
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