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San Jose Mercury News Apr 22, 2014

Warriors Iguodala, Bogut recognized in defensive player of year voting

The Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala and Andrew Bogut finished fifth and 10th, respectively, in the voting for the NBA's defensive player of the year award won by Chicago's Joakim Noah.

Warriors vs. Clippers: Game 1 pre-tipoff notes

PrintAs expected, Jermaine O’Neal will replace Andrew Bogut (rib) in the Warriors’ starting lineup Saturday, and Clippers swingman Danny Granger (strained left hamstring) will be available after missing the past six games. Warriors head coach Mark Jackson said Draymond Green will get a lot of minutes, and Marreese Speights will see some time at center. The coach even mentioned Hilton Armstrong and Ognjen Kuzmic as the Warriors prepare to play without Bogut. “We’re going to keep on moving along as if he’s not here – as far as being on the basketball floor. He’s in serious...
Rotoworld Apr 15, 2014

Bogut could puncture lung by playing - Andrew Bogut (C) Golden State Warriors

Andrew Bogut is likely out for the playoffs due to a broken rib on his right side.
Clips Nation Apr 15, 2014
Bogut to miss start of playoffs

Bogut to miss start of playoffs

The Clippers likely first round playoff opponent, the Golden State Warriors, got some very bad news today, as it was revealed that center Andrew Bogut, their defensive stalwart, has a cracked rib. Although there's still a very slight possibility that the Los Angeles Clippers could face the Dallas Mavericks or the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round beginning this weekend (the Thunder would have to lose at home to the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday to enable that, which seems unlikely to say the least), the reality is that they are probably going to open the playoffs against the Golden State...
San Jose Mercury News Apr 14, 2014

Warriors' Bogut has fractured rib, out indefinitely

Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut has a rib fracture and will be out indefinitely, quite possibly for the rest of the season -- depending on how long the team's playoff run lasts.

Warriors dealt big blow in loss of big man Bogut

Before the Warriors even start their playoff run, they were delivered a huge blow Monday, when Andrew Bogut was ruled out indefinitely with a fractured rib. The center, who is the anchor of the league’s third-ranked defense, said he was initially injured in the first half of Thursday’s loss against Denver and went for X-rays after being sandwiched between two players in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s overtime loss to Portland. The X-rays showed a broken rib that Bogut said was too close to his right lung – risking a potential puncture – to play through the pain. “Because of how...

Warriors’ Andrew Bogut (rib fracture) out indefinitely

Andrew Bogut (center) is averaging 7.3 points and 10 rebounds per game. (Rocky Widner/) The Warriors announced Monday that starting center Andrew Bogut is out indefinitely with a rib fracture. The injury puts into question Bogut’s availability for the playoffs, which begin this weekend. Bogut sustained the injury during the fourth quarter of Golden […]
San Jose Mercury News Apr 14, 2014

Warriors' Bogut out with broken rib

Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut will be out indefinitely because of a broken rib.
Golden State Of Mind Apr 4, 2014

Golden State Warriors vs. Sacramento Kings: Bogut and Lee out for the final NorCal showdown

The Warriors won the first three times, but never without both Bogut and Lee. Golden State Warriors (46-29) vs. Sacramento Kings (27-48) 7:30 p.m. PST Oracle Arena - Oakland, CA TV: CSNBA/HD | Radio: KNBR 680 Buddy blog: Sactown Royalty The Golden State Warriors beat the Sacramento Kings in the first three times the two faced one another, but none of those games were played without the Dubs' starting frontcourt. The Warriors say Andrew Bogut and David Lee are out tonight vs. Sacramento. Andre Iguodala is a game-time decision. — Rusty Simmons (@Rusty_SFChron) April 4,...
Oakland Tribune Apr 4, 2014

Andrew Bogut, David Lee will miss Warriors game with Kings on Friday night

Golden State Warriors will be without Bogut for the fourth straight game with pelvic contusion; David Lee will miss his fifth in a row due to a hamstring strain.
Oakland Tribune Apr 3, 2014

Warriors' Lee, Bogut uncertain to face Kings

When the Golden State Warriors host the Sacramento Kings on Friday, it's still not known if they'll have power forward David Lee and center Andrew Bogut back.

Mavs expect Warriors to go small without Bogut, Lee

DALLAS – The Golden State Warriors arrived at the American Airlines Center with a drastically depleted frontcourt. Center Andrew Bogut didn’t make the trip due to a pelvis/groin contusion. Power forward David Lee is doubtful because of a strained right hamstring. That takes 25.1 points and 19.5 rebounds per game out of Golden State’s starting lineup. Bogut, the Warriors’ defensive anchor, has averaged a double-double against Dallas in his career and 9.
Oakland Tribune Mar 31, 2014

Warriros center Andrew Bogut expects to play by the end of the week

Warriors will be without Andrew Bogut and David Lee again when they face Dallas on Tuesday
San Jose Mercury News Mar 31, 2014

Warriors' Andrew Bogut, David Lee to miss Dallas Mavericks game

Golden State Warriors' Andrew Bogut won't make two-game road trip
San Jose Mercury News Mar 30, 2014

Warriors' Andrew Bogut, David Lee out for Knicks game

Golden State Warriors starters Andrew Bogut, David Lee out for Sunday's game against New York Knicks

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