Andrew Bogut's elbow was not right last season, and it showed. He shot 1.4 fewer shots per game and made a lower percentage of them. Where it was really evident was the free throw line, where his shooting percentage dropped from 62.9 percent down to 44 percent.
He went back under the knife after the season and told Hoopshype that his elbow feels much improved now.
It's good. It's much better. I had to get surgery again at the start of April. The Bucks told me to stop playing and have surgery. It's not totally pain free, but it's much, much better than last season. I'm training and shooting in the last month and I'm very happy with where I'm now, but there's still much more to do.
Bogut says elbow doing "much, much better"
Pro Basketball Talk | Jul 21