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News: Malcolm Brogdon Out 6-8 Weeks With Foot Injury

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The Bucks’ starting shooting guard will be out for the foreseeable future.

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At 52-17, the Milwaukee Bucks are riding high. After a tremendous comeback win against the Miami Heat, it felt like nothing could go wrong for the Bucks, who have also been relatively lucky (though not completely) with injuries this year. Then Malcolm Brogdon had this happen...

The Athletic’s Shams Charania was on the case, and ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Malika Andrews reported the timeframe for Brogdon’s right foot injury. The Blogfather Himself Frank Madden did some impromptu research to determine how many games that might mean for Malcolm and Milwaukee.

This is very much a tough break for the NBA-best Bucks, who will now need to both retool their starting lineup and how they support bench-heavy units without Brogdon’s heady shotmaking, creation ability, and capable defense. At least George Hill returned to action yesterday.

Stay tuned for more coverage on this story as it develops.