Earlier today, Ken Berger of CBSsports.com reported that the Milwaukee Bucks were still actively shopping center Andrew Bogut, who may miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury. This ailment is the latest in a line of many suffered by the Australian sensation, who has been limited to 12 games this year and has only played a full season twice since being drafted first overall in 2005.
The crazy part is that teams are still making offers for the guy even though he may not play again this year, but can you blame them? When healthy, Bogut is one of the premier shot blockers in the league, owning a career mark of 1.6 per game in that department.
Still, he's midway through the third season of a five-year, $60 million deal and is owed roughly $30 million over the remainder of the contract.
Thus, if I were an NBA GM looking to make a trade, I'd steer clear of Bogut and these other injury-prone players.