Andrew Bogut : What Lies Ahead for Him and the Milwaukee Bucks

April 22nd, 2010 by Adam Lindemer Leave a reply »
April 3, 2010 is a date that all Milwaukee Bucks fans remember vividly, but it is also a day that they would very much like to forget.

Andrew Bogut caught a full court pass from teammate Carlos Delfino and finished a fast break with a two-handed slam.

Bogut was trailed by Phoenix Suns' Amare Stoudemire, who lightly tapped him in the back, causing Bogut to lose his grip of the rim and come crashing to the floor.

Now, I'm not saying that the following events were Stoudemire's fault at all, but he of all people knows that a man going up for a two-fisted slam on a break is very vulnerable in the air, and that the slightest brush can alter everything.

Bogut made the 10-foot drop to the floor, trying to brace his fall with his right hand.

What happened next is what made Milwaukee Bucks fans sick to their stomachs and questioning what will happen now.

It was clearly visible that Bogut dislocated his right elbow, but that was just the tip of the iceberg.

Through surgery, it was noted that Bogut had bone chips in his elbow resulting from the dislocation. He also fractured his radius and ulna b ...

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