http://www.jsonline.com/blogs/sports/168178016.htmlMbah a Moute, who will turn 26 years old on Sept. 9, underwent surgery to repair his right patella tendon in May, following the 2011-'12 season.
"I feel good. The knee is getting better," Mbah a Moute said. "I'm right on track to be back for the beginning of the season. I'm just excited to be healthy again."
Mbah a Moute was a restricted free agent last year during the lockout and got a late start with the Bucks due to his contract situation, as Milwaukee matched a four-year, $19 million offer made by the Denver Nuggets. Then he immediately encountered problems with his knee, problems that continued throughout the season and limited him to 43 games (22 starts).
"At this point I'm not sure," Mbah a Moute said of being ready on the opening day of training camp in early October. "My goal is to be ready for camp, but if not, make sure I'm ready. I don't want to rush that."
Mbah a Moute said he is glad he had the surgery, which was performed by Neal ElAttrache, the team doctor for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
"It was hurting me and hurting my game," he said.