Finally, the Milwaukee Bucks received some encouraging injury-related news Sunday. Center Andrew Bogut returned to practice and was cleared to play Monday against the Philadelphia 76ers after missing the Bucks' 102-76 loss in Dallas on Friday due to concussion symptoms. Backup point guard Beno Udrih also practiced, and Bucks officials said his status on Monday would be a game-time decision. Getting both players back for the game against the red-hot 76ers would be a vital boost to Milwaukee's chances of snapping its winless skid on the road. The Bucks have started the season with losses in their first seven road games while winning all four at home.
Bogut gets the OK to play against 76ers
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Jan 16