The Bucks got some good news on Andrew Bogut's injury when an MRI exam showed no ligament damage, only a bone bruise.

But it's uncertain if Bogut will be able to play in Wednesday night's game against the Phoenix Suns. The 7-foot center was wearing a large wrap around his right knee at the team's shootaround Wednesday morning at the US Airways Center.

"We'll see what happens," Bogut said. "It still showed a bone bruise. I was hoping I had nothing. Obviously it could have been worse for ligaments. I saw the footage of it (the play). It didn't look good on film."

Bogut was injured in the fourth quarter of Monday's game against the Clippers at the Staples Center when Foye tripped and rolled into the Bucks big man while he was setting a screen.

"It definitely could have been worse," said Bogut, who has worked hard to overcome a serious injury to his right hand and right elbow sustained against the Suns last April in a game at the Bradley Center.

"I was lucky, very lucky. As I was setting a ball screen, and as he was trying to get over it he started stumbling and fell straight into my knee."

There was plenty of news on the injury front, a regular occurrence with the Bucks this season.

Bucks coach Scott Skiles said forward Drew Gooden would be shut down for four to six weeks to receive treatment for the plantar fasciitis which has plagued him. Gooden already has missed 19 games due to the injury.

Point guard Brandon Jennings was cleared for at least 24 minutes in Wednesday's game and Skiles said he may start for the first time since undergoing surgery for a broken bone in his left foot on Dec. 20.

Keyon Dooling, who has been starting at point guard, was ill with the flu and missed Wednesday's shootaround, although Skiles thought the veteran would be available.