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There's Bogut in a suit. Again.
When Andrew Bogut is healthy, he's good. He looks like the No. 1 overall pick the Milwaukee Bucks made him back in 2005—the guy who won Rookie of the Year.
But he's just not that healthy that often.
He missed 16 games in his second season and 46 in his fourth season. In his fifth season, 2009-10, which was shaping up to be his best, he was slightly shoved in the back by Amar'e Stoudemire after finishing on a fast break and wound up with a broken wrist and dislocated elbow.
He would go on to miss 71 more games over the next two years. Last season, the Bucks grew tired of waiting for Bogut to get healthy and dealt him to Golden State.
The Warriors traded their best player, Monta Ellis, for Bogut to not play a minute for them. He's healthy now after a broken ankle last year, but can he stay healthy?
Golden State is gambling that he'll finally be able to play a full season and have paired him with another injury-prone player, Stephen Curry, as the core of its team.
Bogut is dangerously close to being permanently labeled as damaged goods. He's owed $27 million for the next two years before free agency.
If he keeps missing time, it could the last big money he makes playing in the NBA.