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Warriors’ Andrew Bogut makes case for Stephen Curry for MVP: ‘I don’t think it’s close’

PORTLAND – The Warriors haven’t done much public campaigning for Stephen Curry to win the MVP award. They generally feel they shouldn’t have to because of their record. It’s also not Curry’s style. However, coinciding with Houston’s James Harden putting… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Andrew Bogut makes case for Stephen Curry for MVP: ‘I don’t think it’s close’ appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Andrew Bogut proud to be at center of Warriors’ defensive rise

Andrew Bogut proud to be at center of Warriors’ defensive rise The Warriors were winning a pretty innocuous game at Phoenix this month, when Andrew Bogut got off the bench and headed to the locker room. “Just let people know that I go to the bathroom a fair bit,” Bogut joked. Bogut missed extended time during the first portion of his career because of a broken ankle, a shattered elbow and a fractured rib so close to his lung that it was life threatening to keep playing. The Warriors are the best defensive team in the league, giving up 97.7 points per 100 possessions. Bogut trails...
Posting and Toasting Mar 14, 2015

Game Thread: Knicks at Warriors- 3/14/14

Hi! Tonight the Knicks are in Oakland to face the Warriors. The good Warriors got to rest last night: "I do think they'll be energetic tonight after resting them..." Kerr on Curry, Thompson, Bogut & Igudola. #great #not #Knicks #Warriors — Tina Cervasio (@TinaCervasio) March 15, 2015 And they've got birthday cake: A cool birthday cake awaits Steph Curry, who turned 27 today. pic.twitter.com/c1RRmAGSSV — Jeff Faraudo (@JeffFaraudo) March 15, 2015 Quincy Acy is back for the Knicks: Quincy Acy rejoins #Knicks told me everything's good at home (mom was ill & he joined her)...
Golden State Of Mind Mar 14, 2015

Purposefully short-handed Warriors lose in Denver to Nuggets

Steve Kerr took another page out of the Spurs' gamebook. Turns out Steph, Klay, Bogut and Iguodala are pretty important. Well, it seems a motion-based offense isn't the only trick Steve Kerr learned from Gregg Popovich. Bogut, Iguodala, Curry and Thompson will rest tonight. — Rusty Simmons (@Rusty_SFChron) March 13, 2015 On the first of back to back games (second game tonight versus the New York Knickerbockers), Kerr sat Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Bogut and Andre Iguodala. That's a lot of experience and star power sitting on ye ol' pine. The Warriors starting five looked...
Golden State Of Mind Mar 13, 2015

Mixed Emotions: Thoughts on Kerr Resting Players

Steve Kerr is resting Bogut, Curry, Iguodala and Bogut against Denver. This is smart, but that does not mean we have to like it. I get it, IN THEORY. The Warriors have a relatively safe cushion in 1st place in the Western Conference, which would guarantee them home court advantage throughout the playoffs. Andrew Bogut and Andre Iguodala have both crested over that age 30 hump. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson may have stretched themselves a little thin over the All-Star break. The Warriors don't need these guys running around in the Mile-High City because, if you haven't heard, it's harder...
Oakland Tribune Mar 13, 2015

Warriors will sit Curry, Thompson, Bogut and Iguodala against Nuggets

Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr will rest Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andrew Bogut and Andre Iguodala in Friday night's game against the Denver Nuggets.

Warriors facing Clippers in 'statement game’

Warriors facing Clippers in 'statement game’ The Clippers won last season’s first-round playoff series, when Bogut was sidelined with a broken rib. When he missed the matchup this Christmas, the Clippers’ starting big men beat the Warriors’ starting posts by 11 points and 16 rebounds in a 100-86 victory. When Bogut was in the lineup in the teams’ first meeting this season, the Warriors’ bigs won the night by eight rebounds, by a plus-21 to a minus-31 plus-minus rating and by a 121-104 final score. For Warriors fans, thank goodness it doesn’t come down to only stats. Since...
Golden State Of Mind Mar 2, 2015

Warriors vs. Nets final score: Jarrett Jack hits game-winner in Brooklyn's 110-108 win

An exhausted Warriors squad ends their Eastern Conference road trip with a loss in Brooklyn. Jarrett Jack hit a jumper with 1.1 seconds left to lift the Brooklyn Nets to a 110-108 win over the Golden State Warriors, negating a spectacular fourth quarter by former teammate Stephen Curry. Curry scored 18 of his game-high tying 26 points in the fourth quarter to help the Warriors fight their way back to a tie game with under a minute left. But a late turnover by Andrew Bogut set up an all-too-familiar #ISOJack possession for the game-winner. It was an unfortunate win to what started off as an...

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