MILWAUKEE -- If there was any rust in Mike Dunleavy's game, it certainly didn't show.
After missing the last six games and seven of eight with a bone bruise in his left knee, Dunleavy looked like he hadn't missed a beat. While he may have picked up right where he left off, the Bucks needed him back and his impact in Tuesday's 98-93 victory over Indiana was evident.
Filling the stat sheet, Dunleavy scored 17 points, grabbed six rebounds and even blocked two shots. Most importantly, his knee held up fine, as he played 26 minutes in what he called a "dogfight" of a game afterwards.
"I felt comfortable out there," Dunleavy said. "Maybe my condition is a little bit down, but otherwise I feel good. Sometimes when you miss some time, other things heal up too, so your body feels pretty good. I guess that's the positive of it, I hate missing games but it is good to be back and good to get a win."
Prior to the game, Indiana head coach Frank Vogel quipped that he knew Dunleavy would give t...