Migraine Pushes Bogut’s Return Back

by October 17, 2010

This isn’t the first time a migraine has sidelines the Australian center, but it is the first time one’s pushed back his return from a gruesome injury. JSonline has more: “Less than an hour before Andrew Bogut was scheduled to make his return to the Bucks lineup, he walked off the FedEx Forum floor and into the Milwaukee locker room. According to Bucks trainer Marc Boff, Bogut suffered a migraine headache and the exit had nothing to do with his right hand or elbow. Bogut had been scheduled to start at center for the first time since being injured on April 3 against the Phoenix Suns, when he suffered a broken right index finger, broken bones in his right wrist and a dislocated right elbow. Bogut warmed up on the Memphis Grizzlies’ home floor for at least 30 minutes before going to the locker room. The Bucks center has suffered occasional migraines during his NBA career. When he gets one, he immediately needs to rest and has to leave the arena.”