Larry Sanders frustrated by lack of playing time

Sanders upset by lack of chances
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Larry Sanders believes that a lack of playing time has caused him to struggle for rhythm at the start of the season.

Larry Sanders had admitted that the lack of minutes he is spending on the court has frustrated him this season.

The 24-year-old insists that he should be given more opportunity to impress for the Milwaukee Bucks and believes that his rhythm has been thrown off by coach Larry Drew's eagerness to rotate.

"I feel like I'm capable of being in the game at the end and helping my team win, coming up with blocks and rebounds," Sanders told NBA.com. "I haven't been able to get my rhythm out there.

"Last year I finished so many games. I feel like that's when I lock in the most. But I haven't been able to get in the game to finish. That carries over to the next game.

"When you sit the last three quarters of each game, I can't have no carryover. And it's hard for me. I'm still a young player. It's only my eighth year playing basketball."

Sanders has averaged only 2.7 points in Milwaukee's first three games.

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