Authorities in Milwaukee say they won't charge anyone in a nightclub fight that left Bucks center Larry Sanders with an injured thumb.
Sanders sat out Wednesday night's game against Cleveland with a sore thumb. The Bucks said he hurt it in an "incident" over the weekend but provided no details.
The Milwaukee County attorney's office said it reviewed an "altercation" that happened early Sunday involving several people, including Sanders. Their statement said no one would be charged.
Sanders signed a four-year, $44 million contract extension before the season began. He's averaging 2.7 points and 3.7 rebounds through the first three games. The Bucks beat the Cavaliers 109-104 without Sanders in the lineup.
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