Per ESPN Insider:
The Wolves are talking to a lot of teams, and letting various media-types know it, about the No. 2 pick in the draft. Reportedly the Bucks are one of them and have offered a deal which includes Andrew Bogut to move up from the No. 10 spot.
Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN writes: “Multiple sources say the Wolves and Bucks have talked about a trade, with the main pieces being No. 2 for No. 10 and center Andrew Bogut. It’s believed Milwaukee initiated those talks, probably because there is some uncertainty about Bogut’s long-term health.”
Bogut, who has three years and $39 million remaining on his contract, was hindered all of this past season as he recovered from injuries to his right hand, wrist and elbow. He also suffered from chronic migraine headaches.
Bogut had a pretty good season, despite his injuries, and he is hoping his rehab during the summer will help get him back to normal. It’s unlikely a team would trade for him unless he’s healthy and if he’s fit it’s unlikely that Milwaukee would trade the center.
I'm assuming you all hate this deal? In your opinions, how significant is an injury concern, or how likely is he to return to pre arm-snap form?