Bogut announced his retirement Monday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Bogut actually broke the news himself on his "Rogue Bogues" podcast, noting that he had initially hoped to play for Australia in the 2020 Olympics prior to the Games' postponement due to the pandemic. Instead, Bogut will retire after a lengthy international and NBA career that spanned 14 seasons. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft, Bogut spent time in Milwaukee, Golden State, Dallas, Cleveland and Los Angeles before playing the last two seasons in Australia. Bogut was an All-NBA Third Team selection in 2009-10 and won an NBA championship as a member of the Warriors in 2014-15.
Bogut is listed as day-to-day after suffering an ankle injury during an exhibition game against Team Germany on Wednesday, Olgun Uluc of FOX Sports reports.
Early medical reports came back favorable for Bogut, but it still seems that he'll need some time to recover in advance of the FIBA Basketball World Cup.
Bogut revealed after the NBA Finals that he plans to re-sign with the Sydney Kings of Australia's National Basketball League during the offseason, Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports Area reports.
Bogut announced his retirement from the NBA in April 2018, but the 34-year-old was lured back to North America less than a year later when the Warriors came calling. The veteran center filled a minor depth role in his second stint with the club, appearing in 11 regular-season games and 19 postseason contests. After his deal with Golden State expired June 30, Bogut has elected not to pursue a deal in the NBA and will instead return to his home country to finish out his professional career.
Bogut will come off the bench for Saturday's Game 3 against the Trail Blazers, Logan Murdock of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
In a surprising move, coach Steve Kerr will start Damian Jones ahead of Bogut. Across the past two games, Bogut has seen a combined 12 minutes, but it's possible his workload will be reduced.
Bogut had just three rebounds, one assist, and one block in 12 minutes during Friday's 118-113 victory over the Rockets.
Bogus moved into the starting lineup with Kevin Durant (calf) sidelined but failed to score during his 12 minutes on the floor. His role is unstable at best and looking ahead to the Conference Finals, he is unlikely to find himself in a more favorable position.
Bogut will get the start at center for Friday's Game 6 matchup with the Rockets, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bogut will replace Kevin Durant (calf) in the starting lineup. Kevon Looney was considered another possible option to start, as he saw relatively healthy minutes after Durant went down in Game 5. However, the Warriors will opt for Bogut's defense and veteran presence.
Bogut will play a reserve role in Friday's Game 6 matchup with the Clippers, Andrew Greif of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Bogut has started at center since DeMarcus Cousins tore his quad in Game 2, but the Clippers recent success by going small with JaMychal Green at center likely forced the Warriors' hand here. Thus, Bogut will presumably be in line for a reduced workload off the bench.
Bogut amassed eight points (4-7 FG), 10 rebounds, and four assists in 21 minutes during Sunday's 113-105 victory over the Clippers.
Bogut managed just 21 minutes before fouling out Sunday but was still able to leave his mark on the game with eight points and 10 rebounds. He continues to thrive as the starting center and has certainly been a nice addition for the Warriors. He doesn't have the upside of a player like DeMarcus Cousins (quad) but is a perfect fit for the uptempo Warriors offense and should continue to see solid minutes for the remainder of the playoffs.
Bogut totaled eight points (4-5 FG), 14 rebounds, five assists, one steal, and one block in 25 minutes during Thursday's 132-105 victory over the Clippers.
Bogut moved into the starting lineup with DeMarcus Cousins (quad) expected to miss the rest of the post-season. He amassed just eight points but added a game-high 14 rebounds to go with five dimes. The addition of Bogus prior to the playoffs is looking like a masterstroke and he arguably allows the Warriors to function at a higher level, as opposed to having Cousins on the floor.
Bogut, in the wake of DeMarcus Cousins' (quad) injury, will start at center moving forward, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
Cousins is presumably lost for the remainder of the postseason, and coach Steve Kerr will put his faith in Bogut, who earned a title with the Warriors in 2014-15. Bogut started five games during the regular season, averaging 4.6 points, 6.2 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.2 blocks in 19.0 minutes. Kevon Looney figures to see an uptick in workload as well.
Bogut will start Wednesday's game against Memphis, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
After resting Tuesday's game against the Pelicans, Bogut will return to the lineup and start Wednesday's season finale. In 10 games since joining the Warriors, Bogut's averaging 3.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.0 assist in 11.7 minutes.
Bogut (rest) isn't listed on the Warriors' injury report ahead of Wednesday's game against the Grizzlies, Michael Wallace of the Grizzlies' official site reports.
After sitting out the front end of the back-to-back set in Tuesday's win over the Pelicans, Bogut should step in as the Warriors' starting center for the regular-season finale with DeMarcus Cousins already ruled out for rest purposes. Bogut has maxed out at 24 minutes in his 10 appearances with Golden State this season, so that probably represents the upper bound of what to expect from him Wednesday. Kevon Looney and Jordan Bell will also absorb a good portion of the minutes at center vacated by Cousins.
Bogut will be held out for rest purposes Tuesday against New Orleans.
The Warriors will give Bogut the night off with only two games remaining before the postseason. The veteran center is averaging 3.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.0 assists over 10 contests since joining Golden State.
Bogut will get the start at center for Friday's game against the Cavaliers, Mark Medina of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Bogut will be replacing DeMarcus Cousins (rest) in the starting lineup. The veteran big man has averaged 5.7 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 2.3 assists across 18.7 minutes in three starts since joining the Warriors.
Bogut (rest) will be rested for Thursday's game against the Lakers, Anthony Slater of The Athletic reports.
Bogut will get the night off Thursday as the Warriors play the front end of a back-to-back. Jordan Bell and kevon Looney should benefit from Bogut's absence.
Bogut had one rebound in two minutes during Friday's 131-130 overtime loss to the Timberwolves.
Bogut has been dealing with groin soreness and was an absolute non-factor in this one. He hasn't even attempted a shot in the last two contests while combining to earn just nine minutes. At this point, there's little reason to trust the 34-year-old veteran for fantasy purposes, at least while he's hobbled and seeing such limited action.
Bogut (groin) will play Friday against the Timberwolves, Mark Medina of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Bogut is dealing with a sore groin, but he'll suit up Friday. Since joining the Warriors, he's averaging 4.2 points, 5.4 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 14.4 minutes.
Bogut is questionable for Friday's game against the Timberwolves due to a groin injury, Connor Letourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Bogut played just seven minutes in Wednesday's game against the Grizzlies, and it's unclear whether the big man emerged from the game with the injury or suffered it since then. Either way, Bogut will likely end up being a game-time decision Friday night in Minnesota.
Bogut totaled eight points (4-5 FG), five rebounds, three assists, and three blocks in 24 minutes during Sunday's 121-114 victory over the Pistons.
Bogut replaced DeMarcus Cousins (rest) in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Pistons. He was efficient during his 24 minutes, hitting four of his five shot attempts and blocking three shots. He provides the Warriors with depth at the center position but is typically going to see too few minutes to have any real fantasy value.
Bogut will start at center in Sunday's game against the Pistons, Keith Langlois of the Pistons' official site reports.
With DeMarcus Cousins (rest) out Sunday, Bogut will get his second start at center since joining Golden State. Expect the big man to split minutes with Kevon Looney on Sunday night.