O.J. Mayo (fractured leg) done for the season for Bucks

Milwaukee Bucks guard O.J. Mayo has reportedly suffered a fracture in his leg, and he will miss the remainder of the 2015-16 season.

What It Means:

Surgery is a possibility for Mayo, and it's unclear if this injury will impact his status for next season. With both Michael Carter-Williams (hip) and Mayo set to spend the remainder of the year on the sidelines, Jerryd Bayless and Tyler Ennis will be soaking up all the point guard minutes in Milwaukee. Bayless should be logging over 30 minutes a night as the Bucks' starting point guard, and he's worth a look in most leagues for those seeking a low-end point guard.

Mayo finishes the season with a -6.2 nERD, which ranks 14th worst, in 41 games played. He averaged 7.8 points, 2.9 assists and 2.6 rebounds while posting a career-worst 47.4 True Shooting Percentage.