|July 21 4:51 PM PT5:51 PM MT6:51 PM CT7:51 PM ET23:51 GMT7:51 4:51 PM MST6:51 PM EST3:51 UAE (+1)01:5119:51 ET6:51 PM CT22:51 - The Washington Wizards say Dudley will be sidelined for three to four months following lower back surgery. The 30-year-old Dudley had a herniated disk repaired on Tuesday, less than two weeks after he was acquired in a trade with Milwaukee. The Wizards say he will begin a rehab program immediately.
Analysis: Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld says the team talked to Dudley and his agent, and "were made aware that he played with pain for a significant part of last season due to this injury." Dudley averaged 7.2 points and 3.1 rebounds in 72 games with Milwaukee last season. He missed four games with lower back soreness. Washington obtained Dudley on July 9 in exchange for a protected future second-round pick.
|July 2 4:28 PM PT5:28 PM MT6:28 PM CT7:28 PM ET23:28 GMT7:28 4:28 PM MST6:28 PM EST3:28 UAE (+1)01:2819:28 ET6:28 PM CT22:28 - Dudley says the Washington Wizards were one of the teams he considered before he opted in to the final year of his contract with the Milwaukee Bucks. Dudley ended up a Wizard anyway when Washington acquired him in a trade with the Bucks for a future second-round draft pick. The deal was announced Thursday night.
Analysis: Dudley said during a conference call Friday that while he ''liked my situation in Milwaukee,'' he ''can't see a situation's that's better for me right now'' than with the Wizards.
|June 30 2:37 PM PT3:37 PM MT4:37 PM CT5:37 PM ET21:37 GMT5:37 2:37 PM MST4:37 PM EST1:37 UAE (+1)23:3717:37 ET4:37 PM CT20:37 - Dudley has decided to return to the Milwaukee Bucks for the final year of his contract. A person with direct knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press that the veteran forward exercised his player option for $4.25 million on Tuesday. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the move has not been officially announced. Dudley had until the end of the day on Tuesday to exercise his option or become a free agent.
Analysis: Dudley averaged 7.2 points, 3.1 rebounds and shot 38.5 percent from 3-point range in 72 games for the Bucks last season. He gives them a veteran presence off the bench, and one of the few who can reliably hit 3-pointers.
|Apr. 15 7:59 PM PT8:59 PM MT9:59 PM CT10:59 PM ET2:59 GMT10:59 7:59 PM MST9:59 PM EST6:59 UAE (+1)04:5922:59 ET9:59 PM CT1:59 - Dudley sat out a second straight game to rest his sore back Wednesday.
Analysis: Dudley is expected to be ready for the playoffs.
|Mar. 17 4:59 PM PT5:59 PM MT6:59 PM CT7:59 PM ET23:59 GMT7:59 4:59 PM MST6:59 PM EST3:59 UAE (+1)00:5919:59 ET5:59 PM CT22:59 - Dudley is out with back spasms.
Analysis: It's uncertain when he'll return.
|Dec. 26 6:56 PM PT7:56 PM MT8:56 PM CT9:56 PM ET2:56 GMT10:56 7:56 PM MST9:56 PM EST6:56 UAE (+1)03:5621:56 ET8:56 PM CT0:56 - Dudley finished with 24 points Friday while hitting all 10 attempts from the field in a shocking win at Atlanta.
Analysis: Dudley hit all four of his shots from 3-point range. He's averaging 17.3 points while sinking 10 of 16 from beyond the arc in his last four games.
|Aug. 26 1:29 PM PT2:29 PM MT3:29 PM CT4:29 PM ET20:29 GMT4:29 1:29 PM MST3:29 PM EST0:29 UAE (+1)22:2916:29 ET3:29 PM CT19:29 - Small forward Jared Dudley is going to the Milwaukee Bucks. A person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the seven-year veteran has been dealt to Milwaukee by the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for forward Carlos Delfino and backup center Miroslav Raduljica. The Clippers are also receiving a future first-round pick.
Analysis: Dudley averaged 6.9 points last year in his only season with the Clippers. Delfino signed as a free agent last year with Milwaukee but never played a game because of a foot injury. The 7-foot-1 Raduljica averaged 3.8 points in 2013-14.
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