6:09 AM EST, Wed November 26, 2014

Fantasy Update

8 hours ago
Rotoworld
Andrew Bogut's bruised orbital bone didn't slow him down vs. the Heat on Tuesday, as he notched eight points, 10 rebounds, five assists, one steal and two blocks in a road victory.
Rotoworld 8 hours ago

Andrew Bogut (eye) excellent in win vs. Miami - Andrew Bogut (C) Golden State Warriors

Andrew Bogut's bruised orbital bone didn't slow him down vs. the Heat on Tuesday, as he notched eight points, 10 rebounds, five assists, one steal and two blocks in a road victory.
San Francisco Chronicle 16 hours ago

Bogut, Barbosa expect to return vs. Miami; Lee still out

Head coach Steve Kerr said he expects center Andrew Bogut and Leandro Barbosa to play Tuesday night against Miami, two days after they were injured in the first quarter of Sunday’s win over Oklahoma City. Bogut, who has a right orbital contusion after taking an elbow from Kendrick Perkins, and Barbosa, who hyperextended his right knee after a hard foul while trying to score a fastbreak layup, both participated in Tuesday morning’s shootaround. Power forward David Lee (hamstring) will not play. “If Andrew does not play, I’ve made the decision to start (assistant coach) Jarron...
San Jose Mercury News 16 hours ago

Warriors' Andrew Bogut, Leandro Barbosa expected to play against Miami

While the Heat will be without Dwyane Wade, the Warriors expect to have center Andrew Bogut and guard Leandro Barbosa Tuesday against Miami, coach Steve Kerr said

Warriors’ Andrew Bogut, Leandro Barbosa expected to play at Miami

MIAMI – Warriors center Andrew Bogut and guard Leandro Barbosa are expected to play Tuesday at Miami after leaving the previous game with injuries, coach Steve Kerr said. Bogut (orbital contusion) and Barbosa (knee sprain) participated in shootaround and “seemed… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Andrew Bogut, Leandro Barbosa expected to play at Miami appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

If Bogut sits, so does the center of Warriors’ offense

MIAMI — The Warriors aren’t sure if Andrew Bogut will be able to play Tuesday against Miami, but they’re convinced that the offense will take on a very different look if the center isn’t on the court. Bogut took an inadvertent elbow from Kendrick Perkins in the first quarter of Sunday’s game at Oklahoma City that caused a right orbital contusion. A CT scan showed no fracture, but Bogut’s status is questionable against the Heat. The Warriors have been using Bogut as an offensive initiator in putting up 106.5 points per game on 48.5 percent shooting and dishing out 25.8 assists...

Warriors 91, Thunder 86: Good news for Golden State on injury front, too

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Warriors saw Andrew Bogut and Leandro Barbosa get injured in their 91-86 win at Oklahoma City on Sunday, but after a game that clinched their best start in franchise history, there were indications both players would… Continue Reading →The post Warriors 91, Thunder 86: Good news for Golden State on injury front, too appeared first on Inside the Warriors.
Golden State Of Mind Nov 24, 2014

Recap: Warriors outlast Thunder 91-86

A win is a win is a win. Thanks to Mo Speights. Nothing was going right for the Warriors on the road. Coming into tonight they had lost ten straight in Oklahoma City. In the first half, Andrew Bogut and Leandro Barbosa were lost to injury, Bogut to an orbital contusion (read: eye injury) and Barbosa to a sprained knee. (They did not return and their status for Tuesday at Miami is uncertain.) Repeatedly, the Warriors couldn't finish at the basket, missing three wide-open dunks tonight. In the second half, Stephen Curry was held without a basket and Klay Thompson had only one score --...
San Jose Mercury News Nov 23, 2014

Warriors' Bogut, Barbosa leave game with injuries

Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut and guard Leandro Barbosa suffered injuries at Oklahoma City in the first quarter Sunday and will be out for the rest of the game.

Brook Lopez still finding his way

Brook Lopez’s night could be summed up by one sequence that occurred early in the fourth quarter. The Brooklyn Nets were trailing the Golden State Warriors by 10, and Klay Thompson had just missed a jumper in the corner. The only problem was, Lopez was being boxed out by Andrew Bogut, instead of the other way around. Bogut had gotten great position on Lopez, so he was in the perfect spot for not one, but two chances at a tip-in. On the ensuing Brooklyn possession, Lopez tried to finish at the rim, but Bogut rejected his dunk attempt, grabbed the ball and sent Stephen Curry on his way...

Game 1: Warriors 95, Sacramento 77

SACRAMENTO – Steve Kerr had a detailed plan going into his regular-season debut as the Warriors’ head coach. He wanted start big with Andrew Bogut and stay big with prearranged minute strategies for Fetus Ezeli and Ognjen Kuzmic against the Kings’ powerful frontline Wednesday at Sleep Train Arena. But sometimes the best-laid plans have to be altered. With power forward David Lee sitting out with a strained left hamstring and Bogut ailing on the bench with four fouls and an illness, Kerr employed a small-ball lineup that sparked the Warriors’ 95-77 season-opening victory. Trailing by...
San Jose Mercury News Oct 28, 2014

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