Matt Velazquez: Jason Kidd says no change to the starting lineup. Says Rashad Vaughn and Sterling Brown will get opportunities to make up for Jason Terry (left calf strain).
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An MRI on Tuesday confirmed that Milwaukee Bucks guard Jason Terry suffered a left calf strain during Monday’s loss to the Boston Celtics at TD Garden.
The injury, which is the same type that former Bucks forward Greg Monroe suffered earlier this season, is expected to keep Terry out of game action for two or more weeks, though a firm timetable has not yet been established. “It’s the same as Moose, (so) it’s probably around the same time frame,” coach Jason Kidd said. “I would say two weeks, I’m guessing.”
Matt Velazquez: Bucks guard Jason Terry underwent an MRI today and was diagnosed with a left calf strain. Same type of injury Greg Monroe had earlier this season. Like Monroe, this injury could keep Terry out upward of two weeks, though a timetable has not yet been established.
Matt Velazquez: Jason Terry out with a left calf strain.
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December 10, 2017 | 6:40 pm EST Update
Though Wall was going for laughs — several Washington Wizards teammates recognized the impression — there was a sincerity to his acknowledgment of Beal’s hot streak. “He’s already a lethal scorer,” Wall said before the Wizards faced the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday, “but he’s finding ways to do it in so many other ways, getting downhill and getting to the basket and a guy like that that can score in various ways and get into a rhythm, the basket’s big.”
Beal eventually will come back down to earth. But Wall doesn’t want to be the reason behind this inevitable descent. “We got to find a way to still keep him in his rhythm when I come back,” Wall said, “Keep him the same zone that he’s in.”
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