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Fox Sports Wisconsin:
FOX Sports Wisconsin Bucks analyst Jon McGlocklin will take the first of two scheduled breaks from Bucks broadcasts beginning Monday, Feb. 11, when Milwaukee hosts Washington at 7 p.m.
McGlocklin will miss five telecasts between Feb. 11-23, and five additional telecasts from March 15-27. While McGlocklin is away on his scheduled absence, Bucks pre and postgame analyst Tony Smith will join Jim Paschke on game broadcasts.
A Milwaukee native, Smith played collegiately at Marquette before a nine-year NBA career that included stints with the Los Angeles Lakers, Phoenix Suns, Miami Heat, Charlotte Hornets, Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks. This is his fourth season providing analysis for the Bucks on FOX Sports Wisconsin.
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ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- Larry Sanders was relieved Wednesday when he received the X-rays on his back.
It was only natural for him to fear the worst after suffering a scary fall while trying to draw a charge on Nuggets forward Kenneth Faried. The X-rays showed the injury was nothing serious, but Sanders still was in a good deal of pain from the bruise on the right side of his lower back...
Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders sat out Wednesday night's game against the Utah Jazz with a bruised back.
Coach Jim Boylan said a bone scan taken Wednesday morning indicated Sanders didn't have any structural damage from the nasty fall he took Tuesday night against Denver.
Sanders is day to day and will be replaced in the starting lineup by Samuel Dalembert.
X-rays on Larry Sanders' right hip came back negative, but he'll evaluated again on Wednesday just to be sure, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Sanders left Tuesday's game after a nasty, violent mid-air collision with Nuggets big man Kenneth Faried.
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