(WNFL) - Three Milwaukee Bucks' players fully participated at practice yesterday, as they come off injuries. Caron Butler was back after spraining his left shoulder last week. Ersan Ilyasova practiced fully as he tries to play a lingering right ankle injury. Back-up point guard Luke Ridnour practiced for the first time in three weeks. He has still not played in a regular season game yet, after he struggled with back problems. Starting point guard Brandon Knight was very limited at practice, as he tries to get over a right hamstring injury. Guard Gary Neal was also limited with a plantar fasciitis injury. The Bucks are off to a 2-and-7 start which is blamed mainly on injuries, and the team's inability to keep a consistent lineup. Ridnour says the atmosphere is like an extended training camp, as the Bucks continue to feel their way into something consistent. Coach Larry Drew says he's happy to get a break. The Bucks haven't played since Saturday night. Their next game is tomorrow night at home against Portland.