2) The only way to see if the ankle is going to hold up in an nba game is to get out there. No matter how long he waits on that ankle- theres gonna be a period when he is working his way back into shape. hes not Adrian Peterson.
3) The back to backs might be to make sure they have a chance to check on the swelling and see how is ankle reacts to this activity. As well as work his overall body back into shape so hes less likely to pull another muscle. he is a guy who we want to help the team and hes getting 13 million a yr. no sense in pushing him too hard
4) I dont think the current minute restriction is as strict as the one the first week of the season. In a tight game, I think they would play bogut 27 or 28 minutes if they needed him down the stretch. The goal is to keep it around 25 minutes
BTW- Bogut has always been the first guy to shut himself down when things are too hard for him. LOL he shut himself down for 3 months because he couldnt dunk the ball as easily as he wanted too
I get it though- some people are just going to think he should be sitting out longer even if he sits out for 3 yrs straight (which is basically what hes done the last 3 yrs LOL). Unless he comes back and plays at full speed with no signs of rust and in perfect nba condition (which isnt realistic at all)- people will say just sit him.
NO MORE TANKING- play our guys