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    Bogut sidelined 3 more games

    Warriors' Bogut sidelined for three more games


    Posted Nov 20, 2012 5:54 PM

    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is scheduled to miss at least the next three NBA games as he continues to strengthen his surgically repaired left ankle.

    The team said on Tuesday that Bogut spent several days last week in Los Angeles to get treatment under the supervision of Dr. Richard Ferkel, who performed the surgery on the 7-foot Australian on April 27.

    The Warriors, who host the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday, anticipate Bogut being able to run on a special anti-gravity treadmill this week and return to practice next Monday.

    Bogut has missed the last six games. The 2005 No. 1 overall pick broke his ankle on Jan. 25 with Milwaukee and missed the rest of the season after being traded to Golden State for guard Monta Ellis.
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    well, that's that.

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    Only three games is what I get from that title.

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    It'll be nice to have him back. Hopefully he doesn't fall apart.







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    yeah..hell comeback after 3 games..play...realize its not ready and be out again.

    again, if we are winning games, he can take all the time he wants

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    I think Bogut is meticulous when it comes getting right with history. He understands the bay area's history of injuries, primarily Steph Curry. He doesn't want to pull a Steph.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Over Da Pence View Post
    I think Bogut is meticulous when it comes getting right with history. He understands the bay area's history of injuries, primarily Steph Curry. He doesn't want to pull a Steph.
    I doubt the 7 foot center makes decisions based on the 6'3 Guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    I doubt the 7 foot center makes decisions based on the 6'3 Guard.

    im not so sure you're right

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    Bogut sidelined 3 more games

    Anyone read the article? It says anti-gravity treadmill. he can't even run on a regular treadmill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugeKnight View Post
    Anyone read the article? It says anti-gravity treadmill. he can't even run on a regular treadmill.

    No, that is not how you look at it. Anytime you can lighten the load, it will make it easier. Plus he is trying to condition without putting additional stress on the ankle. He gets enough of that from playing. How could you knock bogut for only doing what's best for his body? The anti gravity treadmill could be good for a myriad of people, not just for people severely injured. Running on a regular treadmill is not the best thing for your joints. Bogut suffered a severe ankle injury, you always got to take advantage of the best rehab plans, I don't see why you would laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    Only three games is what I get from that title.
    no way.

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    Trollin trolls say what
    Last edited by SugeKnight; 11-21-2012 at 05:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guppyfighter View Post
    I doubt the 7 foot center makes decisions based on the 6'3 Guard.
    Height is totally irrelevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugeKnight View Post
    Anyone read the article? It says anti-gravity treadmill. he can't even run on a regular treadmill.
    It's just to pull less weight on his ankle. I'm sure they'll start low, probably around like 60%, then gradually work his way up to 100%.
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    what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MackShock View Post
    what?
    The anti-gravity treadmill, all it does is reduce the amount of weight that is on one ankle. I'm sure they'll start at like 60% of Bogut's actual weight, then move up from there.
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