ST. FRANCIS, Wis. Just a few weeks ago Doron Lamb seemed destined to fall to the end of the Milwaukee Bucks' bench.
The rookie had missed most of camp with a torn elbow ligament. He was missing valuable time, time that young players aren't often able to make up.
Lamb returned last week and was able to play in Milwaukee's final two preseason games and opened some eyes and garnered praise from his head coach.
The Bucks second round pick out of Kentucky scored 10 of his 12 points in the fourth quarter Thursday against Charlotte to lead a comeback win and scored 12 points again Friday against Minnesota.
"He's played good," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "He's played much like he played in college, much like he played in rookie league, much like he played in September. He's an under control player. Offensively he generally doesn't make many mistakes. If he's open he shoots the ball, if he's covered he tries to put it on the floor and makes plays for other people. It seems like obvio...