Andrew Bogut Injury [Video]

Olympics Day 4 - Water Polo
(L-R) Andrew Bogut #6 of Australia and Manu Ginobili #5 of Argentina look up at the ball on the rim in the preliminary water polo match held at the Yingdong Natatorium of National Olympic Sports Center during Day 4 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games on August 12, 2008 in Beijing, China. (Getty Images)more pics »Andrew Bogut, a Milwaukee Bucks forward/center, took a big fall in yesterday's game and suffered a dislocated right elbow, sprained wrist and broken right hand, according to MSNBC. The player will likely be out for the rest of the season, as the need for surgery is highly likely.

Andrew Bogut got an awful elbow injury last night. (WashingtonPost.com)
He fell after getting a pass from teammate Carlos Delfino and dunking the ball. He hit the court super hard after the dunk, and immediately yelped in pain after landing badly. It was a brutal injury, and it was immediately evident that is was going to be a nasty injury.

He was taken by ambulance to Aurora Sinai Medical Center for an evaluation, and the liklihood of surgery is pretty great, according to reports. Bogut was drafted to the Bucks in 2005, and was selected first overall in that year's draft. He is 7 feet tall, and from Australia.

See the Andrew Bogut injury video here (warning, it's gruesome):


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