Larry Sanders was reportedly in Milwaukee this week, but sources close to him say that he doesn't have any desire to play professional basketball again.
In a brief article in The Players' Tribune, Larry Sanders said that he left the NBA to explore his true purpose in life.
The Bucks and Larry Sanders have completed their buyout agreement.
There is no plan for Larry Sanders to sign elsewhere in the NBA this season after his buyout from the Bucks, according to Yahoo! Sports.
The Dallas Mavericks are said to be looking into Larry Sanders after he agreed to a buyout with the Bucks on Wednesday.
The Bucks and Larry Sanders have agreed to a buyout and the deal is all but done according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
According to Ric Bucher of Bleacher Report, Larry Sanders is unlikely to play again this season due to undisclosed personal issues.
Though nothing is imminent, Larry Sanders and the Bucks are progressing in buyout talks.
The Bucks and Larry Sanders have begun discussions on a contract buyout, sources told ESPN's Marc Stein.
Larry Sanders' league suspension is over and he is not with the team due to personal reasons.
Bucks' GM John Hammond said, "nothing has been determined at this point," regarding Larry Sanders.
The NBA will make the call on determining if Larry Sanders will be suspended beyond his 10-day suspension.
Larry Sanders will likely miss more games beyond his 10-game suspension.
Larry Sanders reportedly plans to use his 10-game suspension for violating the leagues' anti-drug policy to deal with his core personal issues and learn to live without marijuana use.