Andrew Bogut

#12 C / Golden St. Warriors / EXP: 10YRS Height: 7-0 Weight: 260 lb Age: 31 College: Utah

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Double-doubles with six blocks, three steals Tuesday

    Bogut provided 13 points (5-10 FG, 3-4 FT), 11 rebounds, six blocks, three steals, and one assist in 29 minutes during the Warriors' 123-110 victory over the Rockets on Tuesday. Bogut recorded his 1,000th career block on Tuesday while posting his fourth double-double of the season. His six blocks and three steals were both season-highs as well, and the Warriors' big man bullied the Rockets badly. With Festus Ezeli (knee) out for at least the next six weeks, Bogut is the team's lone true rim-protecting presence, though coach Steve Kerr is unlikely to push his veteran center much prior to the playoffs.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Dominates boards in Saturday win

    Bogut had eight points (4-8 FG), 16 rebounds, four assists and two blocks in a win against the Sixers on Saturday. Bogut typically doesn't get it done at the offensive end, but Saturday was a perfect example of just how valuable he is to the Warriors. The 16 rebounds were two shy of his season-high, and his work down at the defensive end led to a lot of the Warriors trademark fast breaks. Bogut won't play many minutes each game, but he certainly makes the most of his time out on the court.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Six rebounds in Friday's win

    Bogut, who had experienced back spasms during Wednesday's win over the Bulls, started and played 19 minutes in Friday night's win over Indiana. He finished with two points (1-6 FG), six rebounds, one assist and three blocked shots. The Warriors tend to monitor Bogut's minutes even when he's healthy, but more so when he's experiencing some sort of nagging injury. A combination of backup big Festus Ezeli and Golden State's effective small-ball lineup allows head coach Steve Kerr, who returned to the bench Friday night, the luxury of deploying Bogut as he sees fit.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Will stat Friday

    Bogut (back) will play and start Friday versus the Pacers. Bogut was questionable heading into this matchup with the Pacers due to back spasms. While he will play, it is possible the Warriors will be cautious with the Australian big man if his back appears to be hindering his performance. Either way, the fact that he is playing is a good sign for the severity of his back injury.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Dealing with back spasms

    Bogut was dealing with back spasms during Wednesday night's 125-94 win over Chicago, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Bogut played 20 minutes with the spasms, posting six points (3-3 FG) with 12 rebounds, two assists, one steal, and three blocked shots. He'll get a day off before Golden State's next game Friday night in Indiana.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Scores 15 in Wednesday's loss

    Bogut scored 15 points (7-8 FG, 1-2 FT) with seven rebounds, two assists, three blocked shots and a steal in Wednesday night's loss to Denver. The points are nice to see out of Bogut, who scored in double-digits for the first time in 11 games. The Warriors were giving Draymond Green a rest day, which meant other bigs to pick up some extra playing time. This was just the fourth time that Bogut's played more than 30 minutes.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Back on court

    Bogut, who left Saturday night's game during the first half with a hamstring injury, is back out on the floor for the second half, according to Monte Poole of CSN Bay Area. Bogut was seen on the sideline getting his right hamstring stretched out, but it looks like the Warriors, already without Festus Ezeli (toe), avoided multiple injuries at center.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Suffers hamstring injury

    Bogut left Saturday's game to get his right hamstring stretched, according to Monte Poole of CSN Bay Area. The Warriors are already without Festus Ezeli (toe) and will turn to a combination of Jason Thompson, who replaced Bogut on Saturday, and Marresse Speights.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Season-high 36 minutes

    Bogut scored nine points (4-9 FG, 1-4 FT) with 11 rebounds, one assist and one blocked shot in a season-high 36 minutes in Thursday night's win over Houston. With Festus Ezeli sidelined by a toe injury for a second straight game, Bogut gave the Warriors big minutes against the Rockets' Dwight Howard. The presence of Howard necessitated the elevated minutes as Marresse Speights is not a good matchup for the Rockets' center, nor was Golden State's small-ball lineup. Even if Ezeli is forced to sit out the Warriors' next game Saturday at home against the Nuggets, we suspect a more normal 20-25 minutes for Bogut.

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    Warriors' Andrew Bogut: Swats four shots versus Cavs

    Bogut contributed four points (2-2 FG), seven rebounds, four blocks, and one assist in 24 minutes during the Warriors' 89-83 win versus the Cavaliers on Friday. Bogut returned to action in the third quarter after exiting in the first half with an apparent rib injury, and the Warriors' Australian anchor delivered a solid all-around showing in the team's finals rematch win versus the Cavaliers. He was relegated to the bench during the finals this past summer in the late stretches of the series, but earned sufficient time on Friday, responding with a high quality performance. Expect him to continue splitting minutes at center with Festus Ezeli.

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