MILWAUKEE -- The depth of the Milwaukee Bucks will be tested Wednesday night as they will be without four players against the Sacramento Kings.
Forwardcenter Ekpe Udoh (sprained left wrist), point guard Beno Udrih (sprained right ankle) and small forward Mike Dunleavy (bruised left knee) all missed practice Tuesday and won't play against the Kings.
Just an hour before tip, Bucks coach Scott Skiles found out that forward Larry Sanders also would be unavailable because of an illness.
With two starters out, Skiles will start Luc Richard Mbah a Moute at power forward and Samuel Dalembert at center.
"We would have started Luc anyway because Ekpe is out," Skiles said. "We would have started Luc and Larry. We want to take a look at Luc at the four and we want to continue to bring Ersan off the bench. Plus, we didn't know if Ersan was going to be able to play. I just found out he could play.
Sacramento will be shorthanded, as well. The Kings do get guard Tyreke Evans back after he miss...