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According to Marcus Thompson, team sources are revealing details regarding Andrew Bogut’s left ankle surgery back in April. It turns out that when the 7’0 center went to get his ankle cleaned out of scar tissue and bone fragments, Dr. Richard Ferkel noticed a “minor” cartilage issue which he proceeded to repair with microfracture surgery.
According to Contra Costa Times:
As it turns out, Warriors center Andrew Bogut did have microfracture surgery on his left ankle in April. But, according to team sources, it’s not the same as the alarming procedure we learned about through the likes of Penny Hardaway, Chris Webber and Greg Oden.
“Some people go in for microfracture surgery. This wasn’t that,” one source said pointing out that players who are experiencing chronic and degenerative problems turn to microfracture surgery.
Bogut, on the other hand, went in to get his left ankle cleaned out of scar tissue and bone fragments. When Dr. Richard Ferkel was inside, he noticed a “minor” cartila
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The Golden State Warriors won't get center Andrew Bogut back as soon as they hoped. The team and the 7-footer announced that Bogut's left ankle surgery in April was a microfracture procedure, not an arthroscopic cleanup as was previously reported. It's possible Bogut could be out "one, two or three months," he said, according to the Oakland Tribune. Bogut...
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The Warriors have continually raised expectations of when Andrew Bogut would be ready to play, whether it was for the Olympics, the start of training camp or beginning the regular season playing 20 minutes per game.
Andrew Bogut was back on the practice court for the Golden State Warriors, but he was unable to participate in anything more than jogging and some light shooting on a separate court from the team. Bogut has been plagued by his surgically repaired left ankle and has missed 9 straight games. When the swelling originally occurred earlier in the [...]The post Dommermuth: Andrew Bogut’s...
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Could be how long it takes Andrew Bogut to return now. When original reports stated he’d be back before the end of December.
Sources are now saying that Bogut has actually had surgery again on his ankle, not just a normal check up. The lying and misleading reports is what’s making this situation so odd.
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