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Topic - Andrew Bogut
Go small or go home.
The playoffs have not even begun and the Golden State Warriors are already dealing with a big blow to their postseason chances.
Golden State center Andrew Bogut underwent rib X-rays following the Warriors' 119-117 overtime loss at Portland on Sunday night.
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is back in the starting lineup, while power forward David Lee is sitting out for the sixth straight game with an injured right hamstring.
The Golden State Warriors will be without starting center Andrew Bogut and power forward David Lee against the Sacramento Kings on Friday night because of injuries.
In one corner of the Golden State Warriors' quiet locker room Sunday night, Jermaine O'Neal sat at his locker with ice bags on his knees and just stared into the distance. David Lee, who spent the evening in a suit on the bench, already had cleared out and gone home. Andrew Bogut never surfaced.
The Golden State Warriors are without center Andrew Bogut and power forward David Lee against the New York Knicks.
Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson has been joking about "getting my Pop on" every time he sits a key player with a nagging injury the past couple of weeks.
The Golden State Warriors are taking no chances with injuries late this season, deciding to rest two banged-up starters while they jockey for playoff position in the crowded Western Conference standings.
The Golden State Warriors have created space behind them in the crowded Western Conference standings and are showing no signs of slowing down their surge up the standings.
During a players' meeting following the All-Star break, Jermaine O'Neal promised his teammates to play the rest of the regular season like he would never play again - because he very well might not.
The Golden State Warriors will be without power forward David Lee and center Andrew Bogut against the Brooklyn Nets.
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is sitting out against Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets because of an ailing left shoulder, the sixth straight game he has missed.
The Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings are likely returning from the All-Star break without their franchise centers.
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut missed his third straight game with a left shoulder injury against the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night, leading to more questions about his status.
But speaking in a somber tone in his corner of the locker room, Bogut said he has done enough research and spoken to enough doctors that he will not come back until the rib heals, which typically takes at least six weeks.
"I'm going to dedicate the summer to learning how to play while avoiding contact at all costs, I guess, moving out of the way, not taking charges and not trying to block shots," Bogut said. "All of my injuries have been high-impact injuries. I put my body on the line to try to take a charge or block a shot and, unfortunately, I've been on the tail end of them. There are some players in the league who are very good strategically at avoiding contact, so I guess I need to watch them and bring that into my game."