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“I’ll definitely play this season,” Bogut said on Saturday. “I think I’ll be ready to play this season. It’s just a matter of when.”
Bogut was the Warriors’ star recruit when traded from the Milwaukee Bucks last March, but after undergoing microfracture surgery on the ankle and missing the Australian squad’s London Olympic campaign, he rushed himself back to play in the first four games of the season.
“I definitely don’t think I’ll miss the whole season,” Bogut, dressed in a black suit, said outside the Warriors’ locker room in the bowels of Los Angeles’ Staples Center before the team played the LA Clippers on Saturday.
via The Age
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