ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Milwaukee Bucks center Zaza Pachulia practiced in full Tuesday for the first time since being ruled out with a broken right foot on Dec. 4.
Pachulia still hasn't been cleared to return to game action but is on track to be available to the Bucks in the near future. Milwaukee closes out a three-game homestand with a game against Phoenix at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Wednesday before heading on the road for games in Orlando and Memphis.
"I don't know how ready I was, but I did my best mentally first of all, then physically," Pachulia said after Tuesday's practice at the Cousins Center. "I've been doing a lot of things with the coaches and with Hack. I did know how it was going to go, but it went well. I definitely can get better and I'm going to work extra to get stronger. I can't wait to get back."
Pachulia has started 11 of the 17 games he's played in this season, mostly due to the fact Larry Sanders was out with a thumb injury at the beginning of the year....