It's possible that Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals between the Warriors and Toronto Raptors was the last time we get to see Andrew Bogut on a professional basketball court.
The former Warriors center didn't sign with an NBA team this season, the National Basketball League in Australia was suspended, and he won't get a chance to play in the Summer Olympics after the 2020 games in Japan were postponed to 2021 due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
And now, with the indefinite delay of sports around the world, Bogut is enjoying being pain-free every day.
"As far as my career goes, yeah, it's all been thrown into a washing machine, essentially, because the Olympics were supposed to be in August and I was potentially going to make a decision after that, which was leaning towards probably giving it up," Bogut said on Australian Broadcasting Corp's "Offsiders" show Sunday morning. "That's all changed now, so I'm not 100 percent sure what I'm doing. I'm still thinking through it. But obviously I have a decision to make, probably by mid-May, I need to come to decision on what I'm going to do.
"But I haven't done any basketball since the season ended. Trying to stay off the body. I can tell you it feels good waking up and getting out of bed and feel like I'm not walking on glass, so that's definitely a positive. The body is definitely thanking the break."
While Bogut hasn't played in the NBA since last season's Finals, he had been playing for the Sydney Kings in the NBL.
Before the 2019-20 NBL season was suspended due to the coronavirus, Bogut was averaging 8.2 points and 8.8 rebounds in 21.5 minutes over 25 games.
If this is the end of the road for Bogut, he will be remembered as a crucial piece to the Warriors' first title in 40 years. Acquired in a controversial trade that sent Monta Ellis packing, Bogut was the center Golden State needed.
In those first four seasons with the Warriors, Bogut averaged 6.3 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 236 games.
Bogut won a ring in 2014-15, and almost got another one last season when he re-signed with the Warriors toward the end of the season. He would play in 11 regular-season games and 19 playoff games.
Unfortunately for Bogut and the Warriors, they fell short against the Raptors, and it sounds like that could be his last NBA moment.