Bucks PG Eric Bledsoe Out Roughly Two Weeks with Leg Injury

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Eric Bledsoe will be out two weeks after injuring his right leg on Friday.

Bucks guard Eric Bledsoe will miss up to two weeks after suffering a right fibula avulsion fracture in Milwaukee's victory over the Grizzlies on Friday, the team announced

An MRI and exam showed the extent of Bledsoe's injury after his shin collided with teammate Wesley Matthews's knee. The 30-year-old left in the third quarter of Friday's game but did participate in the Bucks' contest against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday.

Through 26 games, Bledsoe has averaged 15.0 points, 5.7 assists and 4.9 rebounds in his 10th NBA season. 

The Bucks, 24-3, extended their winning streak to 18 games, the second-longest in franchise history, with a 125-108 victory over Cleveland.