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Report: Andrew Bogut Suffered Fractured Left Tibia, Likely Done for Season
- Updated: March 7, 2017
Two minutes into his debut with the Cavs, Andrew Bogut suffered a left leg injury.
He needed to be aided off the court. pic.twitter.com/8r7NDsCVEP
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 7, 2017
According to Joe Gabriele of Cavs.com, the first X-rays revealed a fractured left tibia as the center is headed to the hospital for further evaluation.
Initial x-rays and evaluation on Andrew Bogut revealed fractured left tibia; was taken to Cleveland Clinic for further imaging & evaluation.
— Joe Gabriele (@CavsJoeG) March 7, 2017
This likely ends the season for Bogut as it typically takes about 12-16 weeks to recover from a fractured tibia. The center had picked up two quick fouls in his debut and finished with zero points.
We’ll keep you posted with the center’s status here at CavaliersNation.com.