Andrew Bogut continues to work his way back from offseason ankle surgery.
"Well, over the last five days, I've had some Regenokine, which is an injection basically of my own blood," said Bogut. "They take out my blood, they spin it, and they put it back into my ankle. So hopefully that can solve the swelling issues that I'm having and subside some of the pain. Hopefully by the weekend I can start some light jogging again and work it back up, and see how we go."
Bogut hasn't played since Nov. 7.
"It was a microfracture surgery, which is something that most players take 12 months to get over. I'm not saying it's gonna take me 12 months, but ... just because someone says you're out six months, it doesn't mean that in six months and one day you're ready to go full speed in the NBA. That's just not realistic. Hopefully another week or two and I can be back out there and not have any more hiccups for the rest of the season, but at the same time, if I'm not ready in a week or two, we're going to have to re-evaluate again."