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Brogdon likely out 6-8 weeks with foot injury

March 16, 2019 - 10:10 pm

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Bucks and starting guard Malcolm Brogdon got some bad news, Saturday:

With the NBA playoffs scheduled to begin April 13, the diagnosis means Brogdon would likely miss the first two rounds of postseason play if not more.

Brogdon has quietly put together one of the NBA's most efficient shooting seasons thus far. He is shooting .505 percent from the field, .426 from three and an NBA-best .928 percent from the free throwns -- the only .500/.400/.900 shooter in the NBA this season. He's averaging 15.6 points and 3.2 assists in 28.6 minutes per game this season, his third in the NBA.

The loss of a starter certainly doesn't help a team that is chasing home court advantage throughout the NBA playoffs. But, is the loss of Brogdon big enough to change your playoff expectations for the Bucks? The FAN's insider Matt Velazquez has more on Brogdon's injury at JSOnline.com: read here

The team also issued an official statement on Brogdon's status.

(Stats as of 03/16/19)

 

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