Andrew Bogut’s Debut With Cavs Lasts 2 Minutes: Out For The Season
Andrew Bogut injured his left leg two minutes into his debut with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night. UPDATE: Bogut broke his left tibia, and will be out for the season.
THIS JUST IN: Initial X-rays and evaluation at the arena reveal that Bogut has a fractured left tibia. pic.twitter.com/o6PMn6fY8p
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) March 7, 2017
Two minutes into his debut with the Cavs, Andrew Bogut suffered a left leg injury.
He needed to be aided off the court. pic.twitter.com/8r7NDsCVEP
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 7, 2017
When Kevin Durant went to Golden State, it was time to end their Bogut era. One reason that was easy is because the Australian (from Croatia) was always injured.
* Jan., 2-12, Milwaukee Bucks: Fractured his ankle. Season over.
* Dec., 2014, Golden State Warriors: Injured right knee, missed 12 games.
* June, 2016, Golden State Warriors: Out six to eight weeks with a left knee injury, missing last three games of NBA Finals.
So unfortunate. I've always liked the dude.
Andrew Bogut's stint with the Cavs ... pic.twitter.com/88Ex8H5AVH
— Steven R. Walker (@Steve_R_Walker) March 7, 2017
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