Nets lose Bogans for season after surgery

New York Post—February 14, 2012

Keith Bogans of the Nets underwent surgery yesterday for a fractured left ankle and a complete tear of the left deltoid ligament, which provides support and stability to the inside of the ankle and is officially done for the season.

The Nets said Bogans is expected to make a full recovery and be ready in time for training camp next season. The operation was performed at Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan by foot specialist Dr. Martin O’Malley and team orthopedist Dr. Riley Williams III, yet another Williams (Deron, Shelden, Shawne, Jordan) in the Nets stable. Bogans appeared in five games, averaged 18.8 minutes and 4.2 points.

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