(Milwaukee, WI) — Milwaukee Bucks’ forward Mirza Teletovic will be out for at least four weeks after having surgery Tuesday to repair broken cartilage in his left knee. An orthopaedic surgeon performed the operation at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Teletovic has averaged seven points and two rebounds in 16 minutes a game so far this season — and he’s made 47-percent of his three point attempts. The Bucks will play at Phoenix tonight and Milwaukee center John Henson will sit out that game after having a successful minor eye procedure on Tuesday. Henson led the Bucks with ten rebounds in their home loss to Washington Monday night, and he’s expected to return to the team in time for Saturday’s Bucks’ contest at Utah.