Former Warrior Andrew Bogut Fractures Tibia In Cavaliers Debut

(CBS SF) — Andrew Bogut’s debut with the Cleveland Cavaliers lasted all of 58 seconds Monday night.

Bogut collided with Miami Heat guard Rodney McGruder and fell down to the floor clutching his left leg. X-rays revealed Bogut suffered a fractured tibia, which will likely end his season and time with the Cavaliers.

The former Warriors center signed with the Cavaliers over the weekend. He was a free agent after being waived by the 76ers. The Mavericks dealt Bogut to Philadelphia before the trade deadline.

Injuries have plagued Bogut throughout his career and limited him to only 26 games this season. When Bogut does play, he’s averaging 3.0 ppg. and 8.3 rpg.

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