Andrew Bogut & Stephen Curry Injury Updates - 10/20/12

Warriors center Andrew Bogut met with Dr. Richard Ferkel at the team’s practice in Los Angeles earlier today (October 20) for a scheduled follow-up consultation on Bogut’s surgically repaired left ankle. Following the examination, Dr. Ferkel concluded that Andrew is continuing to make progress on the rehabilitation schedule that was outlined immediately following his surgery (performed by Ferkel on April 27, 2012) and that there have been no setbacks. While the results of today’s examination were positive and Bogut remains on his rehab schedule, the exact date of his return to full basketball activity has not been determined.

Bogut and the team are not setting any deadlines or time tables and the plan remains as it has been from the outset: Bogut will return to action when his ankle is 100%.

Warriors guard Stephen Curry suffered a sprained right ankle in the team's game at Portland on October 19, and Mark Jackson has indicated that he is going to hold Curry out of the upcoming preseason-ending back-to-back (Monday at LAC, Tuesday vs. PHX) as a precautionary measure.