Broken hand, sprained wrist, dislocated elbow end Bogut’s season

A broken right hand, sprained right wrist and a dislocated right elbow have stopped Andrew Bogut‘s All-Pro season cold. The Bucks center wrenched his arm in a fall last night against the Phoenix Suns in the 2nd quarter, beating the Suns Ama’re Stoudamire down the court for a breakaway dunk. Bogut’s legs flew out from under him on the play, aided by a (slight) shove from behind by Stoudemire, who was slapped with a flagrant foul but remained in the game. 

The Bucks released the following statement early Sunday morning: 

“…. Andrew was examined at the Bradley Center by team orthopaedic physician Dr. Michael Gordon and then taken to Aurora Sinai Medical Center by ambulance for more tests.

“Further testing and imaging at Aurora Sinai showed that Andrew sustained a dislocated right elbow, a sprained right wrist and a broken right hand. He was released from the hospital and no timetable has been determined for his return.”

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