ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- The Milwaukee Bucks are banged up, as four players missed practice Tuesday with injuries.
The latest addition to the injury list is power forward Ersan Ilyasova, who suffered a right lower leg contusion in Sunday's victory against Brooklyn. Also injured Sunday, forward-center Ekpe Udoh was held out as well with a left wrist sprain.
Small forward Mike Dunleavy, who continues to recover from a left knee bruise that occurred in Minnesota on Nov. 30, did not practice either. Additionally, point guard Beno Udrih remains out with a sprained right ankle and won't play against Sacramento on Wednesday.
Bucks coach Scott Skiles said he wasn't sure of the group's availability against the Kings, but the team officially lists Ilyasova as probable, with Udoh and Dunleavy questionable.
As far as who starts if Udoh can't go, Skiles won't speculate until he knows more Wednesday.
"I've got options," Skiles said. "I'm not going to make that decision until I know whether he can go ...