Brogdon suffered from a partially torn left quadricep tendon and will be out for 6-to-8 weeks.
Brogdon was originally diagnosed with a strained quad, but after undergoing an MRI, it was revealed that it was ruptured, and last season's rookie of the year will be sidelined for at least a month and a half. This is a big blow for the Bucks' backcourt, especially with Eric Bledsoe currently nursing an ankle injury of his own. Moving forward, Matthew Dellavedova will be leaned upon to take on more duties as a primary ball-handler, while both Tony Snell and rookie Sterling Brown will likely see an increase in off-ball duties in the backcourt for as long as Brogdon is out for.
Brogdon (quad) left the locker room on crutches with a cast on his left leg after Thursday's loss to the Timberwolves, Matt Velazquez of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Not a good sign for Brogdon, who strained his left quad tendon during Thursday's game, forcing him to exit the contest in the second quarter. He declined to talk to the media, but more should be known about the injury ahead of Friday's game against the Knicks. Should he miss an extended amount of time expect Shaun Kilpatrick, Matthew Dellavedova, Sterling Brown and Tony Snell to all see an uptick in minutes off the bench. The Bucks have seven games remaining until the All-Star break.
Brogdon suffered a strained left quad tendon during Thursday's contest against the Timberwolves and will not return, Matt Velazquez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Brogdon suffered the injury during a dunk and struggled to put weight on the leg, eventually being helped off the floor by some teammates. More information on the injury should emerge after the team medical staff performs tests. If he misses extended time, Shaun Kilpatrick, Matthew Dellavedova, Sterling Brown and Tony Snell could all see expanded roles.
Brogdon (calf) has been cleared to play Monday against the 76ers, Nick Friedell of ESPN reports.
Brogdon missed the last two games with a sore right calf, but he was able to go through some pregame work, and interim coach Joe Prunty confirmed that Brogdon will return to the starting lineup. As a result, Tony Snell will likely head back to the bench, while Sterling Brown and Matthew Dellavedova could see reductions in minutes.
Brogdon (calf) is considered questionable to play Monday against the 76ers, Matt Velazquez of the Journal Sentinel reports.
Brogdon has missed the last two games with a sore right calf, but the Bucks will wait until closer to game-time before making an official call on his status. In the event that Brogdon is again held out, expect Tony Snell to make another start in his place at shooting guard, with rookie Sterling Brown in position to pick up increased minutes.
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