Found October 28, 2013 on
Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MILWAUKEE -- With the season opener looming on Wednesday, the Milwaukee Bucks got good news on the injury front Monday.
Reserve forwards Carlos Delfino and Ekpe Udoh were the only two players to sit out Monday, as point guard Brandon Knight (left hamstring), small forward Caron Butler (left ankle), point guard Luke Ridnour (back) and Gary Neal (illness) returned to practice.
The biggest news of the day was Ersan Ilyasova's return to the practice floor after missing nearly three weeks with a sprained right ankle suffered in the preseason opener in Cleveland on Oct. 8.
Knight missed Milwaukee's last two preseason games with a sore left hamstring, while Butler turned his ankle on Oct. 23 against New York.
"We had everybody today," Bucks coach Larry Drew said. "I didn't recognize some of the faces. It was good to get everybody out there with Ersan and Brandon being out. It's just good to get bodies back."
While Knight, Butler, Ridnour and Neal wi...
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ST FRANCIS, Wis. -- Ersan Ilyasova made it through practice for the second consecutive day Tuesday, but Milwaukee Bucks coach Larry Drew will wait until Wednesday to determine if his starting power forward can play in the season opener in New York.
Ilyasova returned to practicing five-on-five Monday for the first time since spraining his right ankle in Milwaukee's preseason opener...
ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- From the moment Larry Drew walked in for his first interview with the Milwaukee Bucks, he knew exactly what was going to be the first thing asked of whoever was chosen as the team's new coach.
The franchise was in need of a serious change of culture.
"I was fully aware of that," Drew said. "That's one of the things I'm totally committed...
Ersan Ilyasova reported no problems after taking part in the Bucks' 5-on-5 practice session Monday at the Cousins Center.
If he feels good again Tuesday, it's possible the 6-foot-10 power forward could be ready for the season opener against the New York Knicks on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden.
Ilyasova suffered a right ankle sprain in the Bucks' first preseason...
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