Andrew Bogut returning from overseas after private family issue
Bucks center Andrew Bogut will return in time for Tuesday's home game against the San Antonio Spurs, his agent David Bauman said Sunday.
In an e-mail sent Sunday, Bauman said: "Andrew is returning to the U.S. in a few hours. Given the time difference and the length of the flight back to the U.S. (from Australia), it is unlikely he will be able to make it back in time for the Bucks' game in Phoenix. Andrew will be back in Milwaukee Monday and is expected to start and be ready to play in the Bucks' home game Tuesday night against the San Antonio Spurs.
"Andrew feels badly that he ended up missing four games and he will be ready to play Tuesday without limitations or restrictions.
"We do not expect to comment further, but Andrew appreciates the support and understanding during this difficult time that he has received from his teammates, Bucks management and the Bucks' fans."
Bogut is missing his fourth consecutive game Sunday night after being excused to handle a family issue in his native Australia. The 7-foot center left the team a few hours before it played the Utah Jazz in Salt Lake City on Tuesday.
-- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel