Rockets' Brandan Wright (knee) will be out Wednesday against Bucks
Per Mark Berman of Fox 26, Houston Rockets center Brandan Wright will not play in Wednesday's matchup against the Milwaukee Bucks.
Wright isn't with the team and he's in danger of missing the team's next two games on the road. He hasn't played much since coming over to Houston, so this shouldn't play a huge factor. If anything, Nene's bench minutes will be solid behind Clint Capela.
Since joining the Rockets, Wright has played in one game, producing 4 points, 2 rebounds and a block in 15 minutes.
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