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News » Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-11-23

Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-11-23

Milwaukee Bucks Getting Inside 2009-11-23It looks as if Joe Alexander won't be returning to action anytime soon.

Alexander, the Bucks' first-round draft pick in 2008, has been sidelined since the start of training camp with a hamstring injury. Bucks management and coaches have said Alexander has a strained hamstring, although sources in the organization said Alexander's hamstring is actually torn.

In any event, Bucks officials and Alexander both agree that he won't be ready to play until at least the end of December.

Alexander's future with the team is shaky, at best. Bucks general manager John Hammond recently decided not to pick up the third-year option on Alexander's contract, thus making him an unrestricted free agent in July.

Alexander, who played well in the NBA Summer League in Las Vegas and then at Tim Grgurich's camp, was expected to compete for a starting spot at one of the forward positions this season.

Alexander, whom the Bucks drafted instead of New Jersey's Brook Lopez and Sacramento's Jason Thompson, has been jogging in practice but has yet to do any sprinting or cutting.

BUCKS 103, GRIZZLIES 98: Milwaukee's starting backcourt, Brandon Jennings and Charlie Bell, played well Saturday night, especially in crunch time. Bell, who had a season-high 19 points, hit a clutch 3-pointer to give the Bucks a 93-90 advantage. Jennings, who finished with 26 points, then added two free throws to keep the Grizzlies at bay. Jennings had 24 of his points after halftime.

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