Andrew Bogut C GS 15 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) is a game-time decision to face the Pistons on Monday night.
He's going to warm up and the team will take it from there. Bogut has dealt with an adverse reaction from the cortisone shot to his shoulder and that seems to be why he's had such a prolonged absence. Interestingly, this was the first time he's ever had a cortisone shot. Stay tuned for an update.
Andrew Bogut C GS 15 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) went through portions of Monday's shootaround and he's questionable to return vs. the Pistons.
He's missed the past seven games and his return would be timely against the Pistons' oversized frontcourt. Warriors veteran Jermaine O'Neal averaged 35 minutes over the past two games and can't keep up that pace for very long, but he'd be worth a look for rebounds and blocks if Bogut still isn't ready to play. Prior to his injury, Bogut was averaging 8.2 points on 63.6 percent shooting, 10.7 rebounds, 0.8 steals and 1.9 blocks per game.
Andrew Bogut C GS 16 Days
Andrew Bogut will not play against the Nets due to his shoulder injury.
He was doubtful for the game and the Warriors signed Hilton Armstrong today, so the writing was on the wall here. Bogut should be considered questionable for Monday against the Pistons. The Warriors probably won't want to play Jermaine O'Neal big minutes again, so look for Draymond Green and Armstrong to get some extra run.
Andrew Bogut C GS 17 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) is doubtful to face the Nets on Saturday.
He's missed six games with his sore shoulder and odds are this will be likely be his seventh. Bogut needing a cortisone shot last week to reduce the swelling is not a good sign for his outlook and he should be considered questionable for Monday's game in Detroit. The Warriors played Jermaine O'Neal a whopping 37 minutes on Thursday, so they really can't afford to do that much long. Although, that was against Dwight Howard. Draymond Green should get more involved tonight.
Andrew Bogut C GS 18 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) will not play against the Rockets on Thursday night.
This will be his sixth game out of the lineup due to shoulder soreness. Bogut has inflammation in his shoulder, but there has been no word of any structural damage. He should be considered questionable for Saturday's game against the Nets. Draymond Green has increased his output the most sans Bogut while Jermaine O'Neal should start and get minutes in the teens.
Andrew Bogut C GS 20 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) will not play against the Kings on Wednesday night.
He had a shot of cortisone to bring the swelling down and must still be dealing with the inflammation. Bogut has been bothered by a slew of injuries before, but this is his first issue with his shoulder since 2010. Jermaine O'Neal is expected to start at center while Draymond Green has stepped it up at power forward over his last two, averaging 9.5 points, 9.5 boards, 3.5 blocks and 1.0 steals in 29.5 minutes per game. Marreese Speights will also get more playing time.
Andrew Bogut C GS 21 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) did not practice on Monday after having a bad reaction to a cortisone shot, and he's questionable to play in Wednesday's game vs. the Kings.
Bogut had the shot last Wednesday to reduce the inflammation in his bruised shoulder, and his inability to practice nearly a week later doesn't bode well. Marreese Speights will step into a bigger role if Bogut isn't ready to go vs. Sacramento, especially if Jermaine O'Neal is still bothered by his surgically-repaired wrist. Check back for post-practice updates on Tuesday.
Andrew Bogut C GS 27 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) will not play against the Heat on Wednesday night.
He's going to get a shot of cortisone to reduce the swelling in his shoulder. Bogut must be in bad shape with his bone bruise and he may even be up in the air for Feb. 18's game against the Kings. Marreese Speights will get another chance to build off his career high on Monday and is worth a look tonight. David Lee, Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green should be more active as well.
Andrew Bogut C GS 27 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) didn't practice on Tuesday and he remains doubtful to play in Wednesday's game vs. Miami.
Bogut's statement that he may get a cortisone shot has muddied the waters a bit, but coach Mark Jackson explicitly told beat writers on Tuesday that Bogut and Jermaine O'Neal (wrist) will not play on Wednesday. "It's important for him right now to continue to get treatment," Jackson said. "Continue to rest and recover, [and] take this All-Star break as an opportunity to get closer to 100 percent." Plan to be without him and we'll let you know when his outlook is officially updated.
Andrew Bogut C GS 28 Days
Andrew Bogut (shoulder) may get a cortisone shot before Wednesday's game vs. the Heat.
If he's going to get a shot of cortisone, he'll be playing after missing his last three games. The injury was somewhat sudden over the weekend, but Bogut tends to have somewhat prolonged absences from his injuries. His owners can probably plan on him coming back, which hurts the value of Marreese Speights.