Andrew Bogut will average 10/14/2 with at least two blocks per game
12.8 points per game with 11.1 rebounds and 2.7 blocks. These were Bogut’s numbers from his last full season before he was injured. The No. 1 overall pick averaged just 24.6 minutes per game during 2012-13 and only played in 32 games total. On top of that, he only played 12 games in the 2011-12 season before getting injured. This creates an interesting situation for next season.
Will Bogut be able to unleash his frustrations of being largely sidelined for two seasons or will he continue to be hampered by his injuries?
We could see flashes of what a fully healthy and capable Bogut could deliver in this postseason, and he certainly won over many fans in Golden State with his grace above the rim and stifling interior defense. Bogut averaged 7.2 points, 10.9 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.5 blocks during the playoffs in just 27.3 minutes. Imagine if Bogut is able to come back next season and contribute 36 minutes per game.