After yet another injury-marred season center Andrew Bogut has gotten through this summer entirely healthy. And when the season gets rolling in two months the Warriors have every intention of treating him that way.

“I think the initial thought is he is healthy and play him as much as you want” general manager Bob Myers told Sporting News. “If something obviously were to develop something unforeseen you have to react to it. At this point you treat him like he is 100 percent healthy that is what he is saying that is what the medical staff is saying so you don’t treat him any other way. Maybe the question is do you want to play him 35 minutes? But that is a question for any center. It is not due to anything with his injury. We’re approaching it like he is healthy.”

Bogut is not frequently associated with good health. He has missed 104 games in the past two years and over his eight-year career he has missed almost a third of his games. Last year it was repeated trouble with his ankle which required microfracture surgery.

The Warriors are counting on Bogut’s rugged injury history taking a turn for the better this year. After acquiring Bogut in a deadline-day trade in 2012 the Warriors hoped to get him back on the floor to start last year.

But after four games it was obvious Bogut was not healed and he wound up playing just 32 games averaging just 5.8 points and 7.7 rebounds in 24.6 minutes. He was better in the postseason getting more comfortable on the ankle and averaged 7.2 points and 10.9 rebounds. He had 14 points and 21 rebounds in the Warriors’ series-clinching Game 6 win over Denver in the first round.