ST. FRANCIS, Wis. When Bucks general manager John Hammond answered a question before training camp started about where his team could still stand to improve, he quickly mentioned depth in the backcourt as a weakness.
After all, coach Scott Skiles didn't have many options behind Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis at the end of last season.
One of those options remains in guard Beno Udrih. But just 45 seconds into Milwaukee's first preseason game, Udrih hit his head on the knee of a teammate, left the game and went to the hospital. And considering that rookie Doron Lamb will likely be sidelined for the rest of training camp, can the Bucks really deal with having only four healthy guards on the roster?
That question was certainly on many minds as Udrih's status remained unknown. But after being cleared following his trip to the hospital, Udrih took part in practice Thursday. The scare, though, did offer a gaze into the future if injuries hit in the regular season. Are the Bucks confid...