Andrew Bogut Remains Away From Bucks Due To Personal Matter

MILWAUKEE WI - JANUARY 07: Andrew Bogut #6 of the Milwaukee Bucks shoots against the Miami Heat at the Bradley Center on January 7 2011 in Milwaukee Wisconsin. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that by downloading and or using this photograph User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)

Andrew Bogut is back in his native Australia attending to a personal matter, according to his agent. He is expected to miss several more games for the Milwaukee Bucks, though just how many is unclear.

Andrew Bogut sat out Tuesday's game against the Utah Jazz for what were, at the time, unknown reasons. We now know a little bit more, sort of. In a statement released to CBSSports.com, Bogut's agent David Bauman said that the center would miss a few more games while dealing with a personal matter.

"It is important to note that this is not related to Andrew's personal health in any way," Bauman said. "Andrew appreciates the support of the Bucks, his teammates and his fans, and he expects to be back after a few more games' absence fully prepared to play the game that he loves and 100 percent ready to help the Bucks win games."

It seems that Bogut is back in his native Australia attending to whatever the matter is. Further details are unavailable as he handles things privately. No timetable was given for his eventual return. The SB Nation blog Brew Hoop speculates that Bogut will likely return for a home game in Milwaukee when he eventually does come back stateside.

Head over to Brew Hoop for more on Bogut as well as Thursday night's game against the Sacramento Kings.

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