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MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Bucks welcomed Larry Sanders back on Tuesday, even if he was in street clothes and sitting on the end of the bench.The 6-foot-11 centre had missed the last seven games, including Tuesdays loss against the Phoenix Suns, 102-96. He hasnt suited up since the Bucks home game against Charlotte on Dec. 23.The team had not said much about his absence other than it was for personal reasons. That fueled speculation about whats really wrong and that he might even be done with basketball.It feels great to be around the guys again, Sanders said after his first public appearance with the team in two weeks. There is no timetable for my return.Sanders was vague, but said he was making progress, getting to the root of his issues and correcting them.Without these things being corrected, I dont think basketball will be something I can even do, he said.He said that speculation he might walk off the court for good simply was false.But, what is true, he said, is that Im in the process of working things out now to do as best for my psyche and my physical health going forward. Theres a lot of evaluating going on. Theres a lot of inside talk just to put myself in the best place for my health right now.Coming into the game with the Suns, the Bucks were 4-2 without Sanders.We want Larry to get back as soon as possible. It makes us a better team, Kidd said. Now, we need to go through the process of getting him back into the swing of things.Sanders is in the first year of a four-year, $44 million contract extension. He started 26 of 27 games and was averaging 7.3 points and 6.1 rebounds.Were going to support him, Bucks guard Khris Middleton said. Hes one of our teammates. Hes our brother. Were always going to be there no matter what. Hes a big part of our team.The Bucks expected Sanders to rebound from last years problem-plagued seasonHe missed 25 games after ripping a ligament in his right thumb during a bar fight. Then surgery to repair an orbital contusion cost him another 27 games after he took an inadvertent elbow from Houstons James Harden. Sanders spent the final five games of the season suspended by the NBA for marijuana use. SAGINAW, Mich. -- Andrey Alexeev and Jeremiah Addison each scored twice as the Saginaw Spirit crushed the Ottawa 67s 10-5 in Ontario Hockey League action Friday. Justin Kea, Eric Locke, Kristoff Kontos, Jimmy Lodge, Mitchell Stephens and Nick Moutrey also made their way onto the scoresheet as the Spirit (19-17-5) went ahead with five goals in the second period. Jonathan Duchesne scored twice for Ottawa (14-22-4), which was routed one night after hammering Windsor 8-3. Erik Bradford added a goal and three assists, while Brendan Bell and Alex Lintuniemi also scored. Spirit goaltender Jake Paterson finished with 38 saves. In Ottawas net, Liam Herbst was on the hook for all 10 goals despite stopping 36 shots. Philippe Trudeau added two saves in five minutes of relief. --- STORM 5 KNIGHTS 3 GUELPH, Ont. -- The Storm scored three goals in the first period and held on to beat London. Nick Ebert, Ryan Horvat, Kerby Rychel, Zack Mitchell and Scott Kosmachuk had a goal apiece for Guelph (31-8-3). Zach Bell, Max Domi and Brady Austin replied for the Knights (28-8-4). Storm goalie Justin Nichols stopped 31 shots for the win, while at the other end of the ice Anthony Stolarz allowed four goals on 38 shots. --- FRONTENACS 9 GENERALS 4 KINGSTON, Ont. -- The Frontenacs scored twice in the first minute of the game en route to rolling over Oshawa. Robert Polesello and Darcy Greenaway had two goals each for Kingston (24-12-4), with singles coming from Samuel Schutt, Conor McGlynn, Corey Pawley, Sam Bennett and Spencer Watson. Cole Cassels, Josh Sterk, Dylan Smoskowitz and Hunter Smith had goals for the Generals (26-12-4). Matt Mahalak stopped 25 shots in net for Kingston, while Oshawas Daniel Altshuller was pulled after giving up three goals on six shots. Ken Appleby took over and made 21 saves. --- STING 4 WHALERS 3 (SO) SARNIA, Ont.dddddddddddd -- Daniel Nikandrov scored the winning goal in the shootout as Sarnia held off Plymouth. Anthony DeAngelo, Nickolas Latta and Nikolay Goldobin scored in regulation for the Sting (13-23-5). Connor Sills, Carter Sandlak and Yannick Rathgeb had goals for the Whalers (15-21-5). Taylor Dupuis turned aside 37 shots in net for Sarnia. At the other end of the ice, Alex Nedeljkovic made 24 saves. --- ICEDOGS 6 RANGERS 5 (OT) KITCHENER, Ont. -- Aleksandar Mikulovich scored in overtime to lift Niagara past the Rangers. Brendan Perlini scored a hat trick in regulation for the IceDogs (13-22-6), while Billy Jenkins and Anthony DiFruscia had the others. Brent Pedersen, Nick Magyar, Max Iafrate, Ryan MacInnis and Justin Bailey answered for Kitchener (15-24-2). IceDogs goalie Brent Moran finished with 27 saves. Matthew Greenfield was replaced in the Rangers net after allowing four goals on 23 shots. Jordan DeKort took over and stopped eight shots. --- OTTERS 4 ATTACK 0 OWEN SOUND, Ont. -- Oscar Dansk made 31 saves for the shutout as Erie rolled past the Attack. Brendan Gaunce, Connor McDavid, Connor Brown and Dane Fox scored for the Otters (33-7-2). Brandon Hope allowed three goals on 29 shots in net for Owen Sound (20-15-6). The Otters penalty killing unit was effective, stopping all five Attack opportunities. Erie meanwhile scored on its only power play. --- WOLVES 4 STEELHEADS 2 SUDBURY, Ont. -- The Wolves opened a 3-0 lead in the first period and never looked back. Ray Huether, Nicholas Baptiste, Mathew Campagna and Nathan Pancel had a goal each for the Wolves (23-10-6). Jared Walsh and Brett Foy countered for Mississauga (16-23-4). Franky Palazzese stopped 26 shots in net for Sudbury, while the Steelheads Spencer Martin made 39 saves. ' ' ' Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping
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