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Bogut, Delfino, Gooden out for Bucks


Posted Nov 29 2010 9:09PM

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks will again be without three key players, as center Andrew Bogut and small forward Carlos Delfino did not make the road trip and power forward Drew Gooden was ruled out Monday night against the Utah Jazz because of a foot injury.

Bucks coach Scott Skiles said forward Corey Maggette was sick most of the day with flu symptoms but was intending to play.

If so, that leaves the Bucks (6-10) with the same lineup they had in a 104-101 home win Saturday against Charlotte.

"It's more difficult ... to get a quality win when you're short-handed, but we played pretty well short-handed the other night," Skiles said.

The Bucks have lost eight straight in Salt Lake City. The Jazz (13-5) are on a five-game win streak.

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