MILWAUKEE -- As Andrew Bogut sat on the bus Friday night while his Golden State Warriors made their way from Chicago to Milwaukee, seven years of his life ran through his head.
The bus ride suddenly became nostalgic when Bogut peered out the window and saw a sign that read "Welcome to Wisconsin."
"Ups and downs, good and bad," Bogut said of his time in Milwaukee. "Rookie year was awesome. Being one of three to make the playoffs was great. The Fear the Deer' year was great. Everything in between wasn't so good.
"I kind of grew from a boy to a man while I was in Milwaukee. It will always be a special place in my heart. It was somewhat sad moment when I was sitting on the bus thinking about it."
Bogut was back in the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Saturday for the first time since the blockbuster trade that sent the 2005 No. 1 overall draft pick and Stephen Jackson to Golden State for Monta Ellis, Ekpe Udoh and Kwame Brown on March 13 of last year. However, this wasn't how his return was...