The Bucks announced on Dec. 15 that forward Mirza Teletovic would be sidelined indefinitely by pulmonary emboli, an occurrence of blood clots in each of his lungs. Since that time, almost nothing else has been revealed about the 32-year-old, who is dealing with this potentially-deadly condition for the second time in his six-year NBA career. On Wednesday, Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times reported on 105.7 FM the Fan that Teletovic's playing days — with the Bucks or otherwise — are done. "My sources tell me Mirza Teletovic's career is over," Woelfel said. That news spread around the internet, eventually making its way to Teletovic. Teletovic, who seldom uses Twitter to publish his own tweets and had not done so since September, offered a rebuttal to the report.