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Blog a Bull Feb 23, 2015

Gibson, Hinrich out with illness for game against Bucks tonight

[Thanks again to Swoove for today's preview. Game preview spots are available, so sign up if you're interested. -yfbb] Exit Brandon Knight, Kenyon Martin, and Kendall Marshall; enter Michael Carter-Williams [who's also out tonight -yfbb], Tyler Ennis, and Miles Plumlee. The dust from the crazy trade deadline has just about settled, and NBA life has returned to normal . . . more or less. The Milwaukee Bucks are in town and have some new weapons in their arsenal. With a 31-24 record, the Bucks are seven and a half games and eight games ahead of the Miami Heat and the Brooklyn Nets...
Brew Hoop Feb 19, 2015

Wojnarowski: Bucks to waive Kenyon Martin

Milwaukee continues to shuffle roster, set to waive Kenyon Martin The Bucks roster reconstruction continues... Milwaukee plans to waive Kenyon Martin, league source tells Yahoo Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) February 19, 2015 Kenyon Martin signed a ten-day contract with the Bucks back on January 9th, and a second one on the 19th (that's ten days!).  Nine days later, the Bucks inked him for the rest of the season... or through the All Star Break. Injuries crept in for the 37-year-old, with a chest injury forcing him out of a game in his first contract, and an ankle...
Rotoworld Feb 11, 2015

Kenyon Martin out again on Wednesday - Kenyon Martin (F) Milwaukee Bucks

Kenyon Martin (ankle) will not play against the Kings on Wednesday.

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