4:52 PM EST, Thu November 27, 2014
Brew Hoop Nov 25, 2014
Even though he struggled to stay out of foul trouble the entire game, Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders still managed to score 12 points and grab nine rebounds in Milwaukee's 98-86 win over the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday. The Bucks were shorthanded down low after John Henson left the game with a sprained right foot, but Sanders and veteran Zaza Pachulia managed to maintain inside against Detroit's twin-towers Andre Drummond and Greg Monroe. Watch what Sanders had to say after the game above.
Rotoworld Nov 20, 2014
Zaza Pachulia moved back to the bench against the Nets on Wednesday with four points, five boards, one assist, one steal and one block in 29 minutes.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Nov 19, 2014
Zaza Pachulia learned fairly late that he would be starting at center against the New York Knicks, when Larry Sanders was a late scratch with a left thigh injury.
Brew Hoop Nov 11, 2014
After a sluggish start that saw the Bucks trailing by double-digits to the depleted Thunder, Giannis Antetokounmpo decided the Bucks needed a shot in the arm. Unfortunately for Nick Collison, that meant an aggressive drive and long-armed slam from Giannis that kickstarted a 26-16 second quarter to help the Bucks take a 41-38 halftime lead. Also deserving plenty of credit: Zaza Pachulia, who added six points, six rebounds and three assists off the bench.
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Video: Sanders trying to stay active, find his place