Bucks center Bogut injures leg during scrimmage

MILWAUKEE -- Bucks center Andrew Bogut left the court in the
third quarter during a team scrimmage Saturday after banging his
leg into Steve Blake's knee.

Bogut, who did not return to the game, was diagnosed with a
contusion on his lower left leg.

Bucks coach Terry Stotts said Bogut, the first pick in the 2005
draft, was "going to be all right" and is listed as day-to-day.

"Whenever someone comes out of the game, you always want to
make sure he's all right," Stotts said.

General manager Larry Harris told the crowd of about 5,000
before the scrimmage that the 2006-07 Bucks were the best team in
his four years. He said the team's goal is to fight for home-court
advantage in the first round of the playoffs.

The Bucks finished in the eighth seed last season and lost to
Detroit in the first round of the playoffs.

"We expect that the people here today will be in the building
with us in April in the playoffs," he said. "We expect nothing