Andrew Bogut C GS 6 Days

Andrew Bogut is likely out for the playoffs due to a broken rib on his right side.

The broken rib is close to his lung and he could risk puncturing his right lung by playing. And since it generally takes a broken rib about six weeks to heal, Bogut sounds extremely doubtful to play again this season. It's a tough blow for the Dubs, and means Jermaine O'Neal and Marreese Speights are going to see a lot of minutes in the postseason.

Andrew Bogut C GS 6 Days

Andrew Bogut (ribs) will not play in the final two regular season games for the Warriors due to a fractured rib.

His status for the playoffs has yet to be determined and he's almost certainly going to miss time there, as well. Bogut had X-rays on his ribs on Sunday and has no timetable to return. Jermaine O'Neal will likely start for the Warriors in the final two games while Marreese Speights could help off the bench. Plus, coach Mark Jackson figures to go with a Draymond Green-David Lee frontcourt combo here and there. If Bogut doesn't make it back for the playoffs, they could be in trouble with how poorly they've protected the paint in the past couple months.

Andrew Bogut C GS 7 Days

Andrew Bogut (ribs) had X-rays late on Sunday but the Warriors haven't yet announced the results.

Bogut left in overtime after getting hit squarely in the ribs and his loss would be a huge blow to Golden State's playoff ambitions, so we can only hope for good news once the test results are disclosed. Jermaine O'Neal and Marreese Speights will step into bigger roles if Bogut is forced to miss any time, with Draymond Green also picking up extra minutes in the frontcourt.

Andrew Bogut C GS 7 Days

Andrew Bogut injured his ribs late in Sunday's game and will not return.

The Warriors are still fighting for meaningful playoff positioning, and Bogut left while the game was within one point in overtime, so there's some cause for concern. For now we're considering him questionable to return on Monday -- with Jermaine O'Neal a candidate to be rested, Marreese Speights may be in for a busy evening.

Andrew Bogut C GS 10 Days

Andrew Bogut had one of his worst games of the season against the Nuggets on Thursday with four points, eight boards, one assist and two blocks.

When your team allows 63 boards some of the blame has to go on Bogut. He didn't look to be 100 percent tonight and missed some chances on contested rebounds. His pelvic bruise from last week might not be a factor and coach Mark Jackson said he wants to play his guys down the stretch, so Bogut might not be rested.

Andrew Bogut C GS 17 Days

Andrew Bogut (pelvic bruise) will not play in Friday's game against the Kings.

It's Bogut's fourth straight game on the sidelines. It's not a particularly serious injury, but the Warriors will play it safe as they desperately need his rebounding in the playoffs. Look for Jermaine O'Neal to start at center.

Andrew Bogut C GS 17 Days

Andrew Bogut (pelvic bruise) is questionable for Friday's game against the Kings.

Bogut has already missed three straight games with this injury, but it doesn't sound overly serious. We should know more on his status following shootaround. If Bogut can't go, Jermaine O'Neal will likely draw the start.

Andrew Bogut C GS 21 Days

Andrew Bogut (pelvic bruise) will not travel for the upcoming two-game road trip in Dallas and San Antonio.

That means he is not going to play on Tuesday and Wednesday in two huge games for the Warriors. The team returns home on Friday to face the Kings which makes Bogut questionable for that game. His pelvic bruise is more of a day-to-day issue, but the Warriors won't be rushing their oft-injured center back soon. Jermaine O'Neal will continue to start.

Andrew Bogut C GS 22 Days

Andrew Bogut is expected to be sidelined for 4-to-7 days, but his exact return date will be dependent upon how he responds to treatment.

Andrew Bogut C GS 22 Days

Andrew Bogut wrote that his "pelvic bruise" affects his hip and groin, and he said that he "can't walk," but added that the injury didn't cause any permanent damage.

Bogut was scheduled for an MRI and although the results haven't been announced, he Tweeted that he'll be "alright." He also posted a picture of the play on which he was injured, writing that Marc Gasol "fly kicked (or kneed)" him in the groin. Fantasy owners should probably prepare to be without him on Sunday, which would shift Jermaine O'Neal into the starting lineup.