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MILWAUKEE -- As the Milwaukee Bucks get three back from injury Tuesday night, starting small forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute will sit out the game against the Mavericks with turf toe.
Power forward Ersan Ilyasova, center Larry Sanders and guard J.J. Redick all will be available against Dallas, with Ilyasova and Sanders returning to the starting lineup. Mike Dunleavy will start at small forward in Mbah a Moute's absence.
Ilyasova missed Milwaukee's last two games with a left knee pain, while Sanders (left knee pain) and Redick (sprained right ankle) sat out Sunday's 115-113 victory in Sacramento.
Mbah a Moute left the game against the Kings briefly, but returned after halftime to finish the game. Turf toe can be a nagging injury, but the Bucks have no timetable set on his return.
"He'll be out today and then we'll see," Bucks coach Jim Boylan said of Mbah a Moute. "He's day-to-day as to when he'll be back.
"We treated him yesterda...
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During the Milwaukee Bucks vs. Washington Wizards game Wednesday night, Bucks’ center Larry Sander was ejected from the game as he picked up his 2nd technical foul. Upon receiving the 2nd tech and being tossed from the game, his reaction is one of the best I have ever seen. It is so good, it can not really be put into words. So just enjoy this GIF from Wiz_Spurtin on Twitter. ...
Memo to NBA players: If you’re going to get tossed from a game, this is how to do it.
Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders disagreed with a charging foul he received with 2:45 left in his team’s 106-93 loss to the Washington Wizards Wednesday. He responded by sarcastically giving a thumbs up to each referee one by one following the call. Bennett Salvatore was not pleased with...
Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders was letting the officials know what he thought of their job performance.
Unfortunately, they didn't see the humor in it.
After being called for a charge with 2:45 left in Thursday's loss to the Washington Wizards, Sanders turned to each member of the officiating crew -- Bennie Adams, Kevin Cutler and Bennett Salvatore -- and gave them...
Not only does Milwaukee Bucks rookie center Larry Sanders, look like a future star in the NBA, but he may also have a future in comedy if he chooses to go that route.
In the fourth quarter of the Bucks 106-93 loss to the Washington Wizards, Sanders got called for an offensive foul and he didn’t like the call to say the least, repeatedly voiced his frustrations which resulted in...
Larry Sanders may have gotten ejected against the Wizards, but he thinks the refs are doing a great job with three thumbs up.
Bucks’ Larry Sanders was called for an offensive foul late in the fourth quarter of Thursday’s game against the Wizards and did not agree with the call. He was quickly ejected after receiving two technicals fouls for arguing with the refs, but wouldn’t leave without an appropriate sendoff. The league’s leading shot blocker sarcastically gave a thumbs up to each referee before...
It’s hard to beat this reaction from Larry Sanders following an ejection. After being called for a charge Wednesday against the Washington Wizards, instead of getting upset, the Milwaukee Bucks forward gave thumbs up to the refs around him. How exactly did he get ejected for this?
Larry Sanders of the Milwaukee Bucks wins the night. His team took the loss in D.C., but, really, Sanders is still Wednesday evening’s champion. I mean, right? Right. Check out his reaction after receiving his second technical and the boot from tonight’s game against the Wiz. Thumbs up all around! One for you…one for you…and one for you. Terrific stuff.
HT and GIF @Wiz_Spurtin
As if winning the second leg of a back-to-back against a rested team wasn't difficult enough, the Milwaukee Bucks had to do it without three key contributors.
With Ersan Ilyasova, Larry Sanders and J.J. Redick all out with injuries, the Bucks had reserves step up and do just enough to gut out a 115-113 in Sacramento on Sunday night.
And though he came back, Luc Richard Mbah...
If you ever watch any of the shows on Discovery ID or programs like the FBI Files, the cops always say, that the best way to catch a criminal is to keep them talking.
The guilty will have a hard time keeping their stories straight and the more the talk, the harder it is to keep up with all the lies.
If Dwight Howard was a criminal, he would be going to jail for life, without the...