Bucks' Bogut ahead of schedule in rehab of leg sprain

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Milwaukee Bucks center Andrew Bogut is
ahead of schedule on the rehabilitation of a lower left leg sprain
that originally was expected to sideline him for six to eight

"His progress is probably better than we anticipated," Bucks
coach Terry Stotts said Thursday. "But beyond that, I don't

Stotts said he expects to know more about a revised timeline for
Bogut's return next week. Bogut returned to the court in practice
this week, but only to shoot a few baskets.

Bogut, the No. 1 overall pick in last year's draft, was helped
off the court after banging his leg into Steve Blake's knee during
a team scrimmage Oct. 7.

The Bucks were in Green Bay on Thursday for a preseason game
against the Charlotte Bobcats.