While he didn’t play, (Larry) Sanders did address the media following the game and refuted the recent report that he told Bucks officials he no longer wants to play basketball professionally.
“That’s not true. But what is true I would say is that I’m in the process of working things out now internally to do what’s best for my psyche and my physical health going forward. There’s a lot of evaluating going on. There’s a lot of inside talk just to put myself in the best place for my health right now.”
“I’m definitely making progress,” Sanders said of his personal situation. “I’m trying to get to the root of a lot of issues and get them corrected going forward.”
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