Andrew Bogut Injury: Updates on Mavericks Star’s Knee and Return

December 5th, 2016 by Tim Daniels Leave a reply »

Dallas Mavericks center Andrew Bogut suffered a knee injury during Monday's game against the Charlotte Hornets, and it is uncertain when he will return to action.

Continue for updates.

Latest on Bogut's Timeline for Return Tuesday, Dec. 6 Marc Stein of ESPN reported Bogut has been diagnosed with a "minor bone bruise" and "could be back in two weeks."

Bogut Undergoing Further Testing Tuesday, Dec. 6 Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle told reporters Bogut is having an MRI and that the team will know more after that.

Bogut Has Dealt with Extensive Injury Issues During Career The Mavericks acquired Bogut from the Golden State Warriors in July to fill their void at center alongside Dirk Nowitzki in the frontcourt. While he's not a major producer statistically at this stage of his career, Bogut is still a defensive anchor in the paint.

The 32-year-old Utah product is no stranger to dealing with a variety of ailments given his extensive injury history since joining the NBA. With that said, he stayed mostly healthy last year with the Warriors, though some back spasms popped up at ...

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