Bucks center Andrew Bogut doesn't blame Suns star Amare Stoudemire for what turned out to be a series of season-ending injuries.

Bogut suffered several injuries to his right arm on April 3 against Phoenix.

He fractured his right index finger and suffered broken bones on both sides of his right wrist while trying to protect himself as he fell to the floor after dunking the basketball.

"He (Stoudemire) didn't push me or anything, but he had a hand on my back," Bogut said. "He definitely didn't do it intentionally, but at that speed and that trajectory, it takes a feather. I'm not blaming him by all means.

"In that position when you're so vulnerable, all you need is a feather. I tried to hang on (the rim) and for some reason I couldn't. I probably would have been better off doing a flip. As I was coming down, I was just wondering what I was going to do, how bad it was going to be.

"I was worried about my back more than anything. Obviously, if I didn't put my arm out, theorists say I would have probably broke my back. That's a pretty high percentage theory that if I landed straight on my tailbone, I could have even broken my neck with the whiplash. But it's not a career-ending injury by any means, which it might have been if I hadn't had my hand out there."