Saturday, February 23rd, 2013 at 2:21 pm  |  11 responses

Andrew Bogut Out ‘Indefinitely’ With Back Spasms

Andrew Bogut is dealing with back spasms—initially suffered during Wednesday’s game—and has been ruled out indefinitely. The “indefinitely” part may be cause for concern. From the San Francisco Chronicle: “Warriors center Andrew Bogut will miss Friday night’s game against San Antonio because of back spasms and is out indefinitely, according to head coach Mark Jackson. The big man, who has played only 12 games this season because of left ankle surgery, missed Thursday’s practice and had an MRI on his back Friday. Jackson said he didn’t mean to sound grim about Bogut’s condition, but the team doesn’t yet have the results from his medical tests.”

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  • spit hot fiyah

    i don’t think we will ever see the version of bogut that was one of the Leagues top defensive centers and a force on the block. too many injuries, really hope he bounces back though

  • gusisit

    could of been a top 3 center but all those injuries are adding up

  • Redd

    Stinks..the Spurs win has me excited tho

  • angval

    could have been

  • Joe

    Best trade the Buck$ made!

  • i_ball

    How come the old school centers managed to stay healthy at least to their 30s?
    I hope he can come back strong, could have been a 20/10/2.5 guy

  • roscoe

    hopefully this is not going to be bad… i want to see GSW healthy in the playoffs.

  • Bojangles

    probably closer to a 18/11/2.5 guy but its the intangibles that he provides. Guys are more reluctant to take it to the hole with Bogut in there.

  • jaycee

    I think the number of games these players clock up by the time they are 20 years old has something to do with it. Plus the competitive nature has them putting in LOTS more work in offseasons in those early years… it all adds up.

  • jaycee

    If he gets healthy and back to game fitness, there is no reason he can’t still put in work and be right up there again. Don’t forget, the reason Bogut is so good at the 5 is his skills, footwork, and ability to finish with each hand. Same with his D, its his intelligence and timing that makes him effective. Poor guy has had some freak injuries over the years, just falling wrong etc. Here’s hoping he gets back. Guards get slower but bigs stay big so he has a while to get it together.