(WNFL)- Milwaukee Bucks' center Larry Sanders was scheduled to see a specialist today about the fractured right eye-bone he suffered last Saturday. Bucks' coach Larry Drew said Sanders was still having blurred vision yesterday, two days after Houston's James Harden accidentally elbowed Sanders in the face. Sanders is expected to be out at least through the All-Star break this weekend, and there's no timetable on his return. Drew said the fourth-year pro was really starting to get his energy back -- and his injury is really unfortunate. Sanders missed 25 games early in the season, after he had thumb surgery following a night-club brawl in early November. He has averaged 14 points and 11 rebounds in three games this month before his injury. For the season, Sanders is averaging about eight points and seven rebounds a night. Sanders and power forward John Henson were on the floor together for the first time this season on Saturday night -- but that lasted only five minutes when Sanders got hurt. Henson injured a foot last night in a Bucks' loss to Boston. They'll host New Orleans tomorrow night.