MILWAUKEE -- Initially, Brandon Jennings feared the worst.
With 23.1 seconds left, Jennings came down on the foot of a Chicago defender while trying to make a play to keep his team alive in what turned out to be a 93-86 loss. The Bucks point guard was down, seemingly in severe pain. He didn't put any weight on his injured left ankle while two of his teammates helped him off the court.
The initial diagnosis is a sprain, but Jennings called it "light" and says he will play Monday when the Bucks travel to Chicago to take on the Bulls again.
"Nothing long," Jennings said. "It's not broke, so I'll be playing for sure the next game. It's really sore right now, so I'll just ice it up and get ready to go tomorrow (for practice)."
When it happened, Jennings wasn't so confident. He immediately thought back to when he fractured that same foot on Dec. 15, 2010 against San Antonio. Jennings played 30 minutes against the Jazz three days later but then had surgery that caused him to miss 19 ga...