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Oct 30, 2014
Andrew Bogut played through an illness on Wednesday and had four points, five rebounds and four blocks in 18 minutes.
Rotoworld Oct 30, 2014

Andrew Bogut plays through flu - Andrew Bogut (C) Golden State Warriors

Andrew Bogut played through an illness on Wednesday and had four points, five rebounds and four blocks in 18 minutes.

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

Warriors preview: Curry, Thompson, Bogut are the keys

The Golden State Warriors will need good seasons from Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Andrew Bogut.

Warriors shootaround: Klay Thompson’s contract; Andrew Bogut’s stomach

The Warriors had their last shootaround of the preseason Friday morning, preparing for finale against Denver at Oracle Arena. Among other things, shooting guard Klay Thompson discussed his contract negotiations, and center Andrew Bogut discussed the stomach ailment that kept him out of Tuesday’s game. KLAY THOMPSON What are you looking to accomplish in the preseason finale?: “I’m not looking to play 40 minutes, obviously – just to go out there and hopefully see the ball go through the hoop, play well together, limit turnovers, get in a good workout and get the win. Mainly, I just want...
Rotoworld Oct 22, 2014

Ognjen Kuzmic grabs 10 boards in rare start - Ognjen Kuzmic (C) Golden State Warriors

Warriors C Ognjen Kuzmic had eight points, 10 rebounds, two assists, one steal and one block as a starter with Andrew Bogut (illness) unavailable on Tuesday.

Warriors shootaround: Splash Brothers out vs. Houston; it’s the rookies’ time to shine

HIDALGO, TEXAS — Warriors head coach Steve Kerr will sit his starting backcourt, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, on Sunday night against Houston and will give limited minutes to Andre Iguodala, David Lee and Andrew Bogut in order to rest his stars and point the spotlight on the rookies. With the Splash Brothers sitting, Kerr will start Nemanja Nedovic, Iguodala, Harrison Barnes, Lee and Bogut. The coach said Iguodala, Lee and Bogut may play only a quarter and most likely won’t play at all in the second half. “I want to give all of our rookies a chance to get in and play, and (Sunday)...

Bogut, Lee to sit while Barnes stars for Warriors in Iowa

About a dozen local reporters showed up at the Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines for Thursday morning’s shootaround ahead of the preseason game between the Warriors and Denver, and all of them were there to see Iowa cult hero Harrison Barnes. Barnes will have an added chance to shine 30 minutes away from his hometown of Ames, because he should get plenty of shots. Center Andrew Bogut and power forward David Lee will not play in the first game of a back-to-back set, and guards Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are expected to play only the first half. “They’re vets and don’t need to play...

Warriors’ Andrew Bogut is not much of a baseball fan

Warriors center Andrew Bogut wasn’t among the players who attended Game 3 of the National League Championship Series in a suite at AT&T Park on Tuesday. That’s because being from Australia, he didn’t have much of an understanding of the… Continue Reading →The post Warriors’ Andrew Bogut is not much of a baseball fan appeared first on Inside the Warriors.

Exclusive look at Warriors’ new award-winning commercial campaign: ‘Dub tales’

Which of the following would you believe? A. Harrison Barnes has seen the Mir space station. B. Andrew Bogut’s nephew calls him Duncle Bogut. C. Stephen Curry was asked for help in ending the California drought. D. Klay Thompson likes to dine by candlelight. The trick answer might be “all of the above,” as you’ll find in the Warriors’ latest installment of award-winning commercials debut Monday night with the concept of “Dub tales” – Paul Bunyan-esque yarns about the players’ superhuman exploits that you have to see to believe. For the third year in a row, the Warriors hired...

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