Portland, Oregon (WSAU) Brandon Jennings will miss his first game in his Milwaukee Bucks career tonight at Portland. He broke the long bone on the outside of his left foot and will miss 4-6 weeks. Jennings fell awkwardly on a drive to the basket last Wednesday at San Antonio. He played 30 minutes in the Saturday night loss to Utah and had an MRI yesterday. Jennings played in 107 straight games for the Bucks-82 in his rookie year and 25 this season. He is Milwaukee's leading scorer averaging 18 points per game. Keyon Dooling will in Jenning's place. Bucks' players have been out a total of 87 games due to injuries and illnesses this season. Milwaukee is 10-15, and will play a Portland team tonight that is 14-14. The Trailblazers have won five straight at home. you can hear the game on Foxsports1390 WRIG at 9PM.
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