8:38 AM EDT, Sun April 19, 2015
San Francisco Chronicle 8 hours ago

Pelicans recover after ugly postseason baptism

Saturday’s series opener against the Warriors marked the first playoff appearance for the rebranded New Orleans Pelicans and forward Anthony Davis — and it showed. Despite head coach Monty Williams stressing the need for a fast start, New Orleans scored a season-low 13 points in the first quarter, missed 11 consecutive shots, and trailed by 15 at the end of the period. “A little butterflies,” admitted Davis, who overcame a tentative first half, thanks largely to the defensive tandem of Draymond Green and Andrew Bogut, to finish with 35 points and seven rebounds. Stepping up is...
San Francisco Chronicle 11 hours ago

Healthy Bogut provides critical presence for Warriors

The game started, the Oracle crowd roared and Andrew Bogut, out in the center circle to jump against Anthony Davis, didn’t even think about the significance. The key factor for the Warriors playoff run isn’t considered to be Stephen Curry or Draymond Green. The Australian brings an inside physical presence, defensive muscle and a toughness that the “jump-shooting finesse team” from a mythical place called Golden State needs. Bogut, of course, missed the 2014 playoffs with a broken rib, perhaps the primary reason the Warriors lost to the Clippers in seven games. Jackson, who...
Oakland Tribune 11 hours ago

Warriors' Bogut returns to NBA playoffs

Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut plays well in his first NBA playoff game in two years.
Oakland Tribune Apr 17, 2015

Warriors' Andrew Bogut healthy -- and happy

After missing the NBA playoffs in 2014, Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut is healthy -- and just as important -- in a great frame of mind heading into the first-round series against the New Orleans Pelicans.

Careful use of Andrew Bogut has him ready for playoffs

Careful use of Andrew Bogut has him ready for playoffs Just flash back to last year’s postseason for an all-too-painful reminder. Bogut missed the first-round series against the Clippers because of a broken rib — and probably not coincidentally, the Warriors lost in seven games. Bogut’s skills become magnified in the playoffs, as the game slows down. Head coach Steve Kerr realizes Bogut’s value, so Kerr treated him carefully throughout the season. Bogut averaged only 23.6 minutes per game, down from last season (26.4) and easily the lowest of Golden State’s regular...

Bogut is big, big part of Warriors’ stifling defense

Bogut is big, big part of Warriors’ stifling defense Bogut hasn’t had to settle for many one-block nights recently, and he hopes the run continues in the Warriors’ four-game, regular-season-closing homestand that starts Thursday against Portland. During the past 10 games, he has averaged seven points on 59.3 percent shooting, 9.4 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 2.2 blocked shots in 24.1 minutes. Bogut “has been fantastic for the past month,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said. Though the Warriors have generally trudged along since wrapping up the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference...

Andrew Bogut on aftermath of Stephen Curry breaking Chris Paul’s ankles: ‘I’m sure there’s going to be a lot of memes’

LOS ANGELES – Warriors center Andrew Bogut said he didn’t have a good live look of the memorable move Stephen Curry put on Chris Paul, but figured the Internet would help him out with that one. “I’m sure there’s going… Continue Reading →The post Andrew Bogut on aftermath of Stephen Curry breaking Chris Paul’s ankles: ‘I’m sure there’s going to be a lot of memes’ appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Andrew Bogut happy to play his part for Warriors

Andrew Bogut was a No. 1 overall pick for the Milwaukee Bucks in 2005, but injuries derailed him in Milwaukee before he was traded to the Golden State Warriors three years ago.

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...

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