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Andrew Bogut is a huge part of this team, and widely popular in Milwaukee. But the truth simply is that he is an injury-prone player who will inevitably miss some games this year.
This could be due to his bad elbow, migraines, or whatever other ailment the big Aussie is dealing with on a given day. Even your most casual fans can make this connection.
You would have thought that the Bucks would understand this situation and add some depth behind Bogut. To nearly everyone's surprise, no one has been added to the roster to back up Bogut.
It seems as though the Bucks are content with a combination of Larry Sanders, Jonathan Brockman and Drew Gooden to back up Bogut.
Sanders is too thin, Brockman is too short and Gooden doesn't want to play the center position.
None of these options are exactly exciting. It seems as though the Bucks have hung their hat on the fact that Joel Przybilla is going to join the team at some point. He has his own injury issues, and the fact that he is not here already is anything but encouraging.
If and when Bogut goes down, the Bucks will find themselves in a huge hole that no one on their roster can really dig them out of.