|Feb. 11 9:02 PM PT10:02 PM MT11:02 PM CT12:02 AM ET5:02 GMT13:02 10:02 PM MST12:02 AM EST9:02 UAE06:020:02 ET11:02 PM CT3:02 - The Golden State Warriors will be without Bogut and Jermaine O'Neal when they host the Miami Heat on Wednesday night.
Analysis: With the All-Star break up next, Warriors coach Mark Jackson says the team wanted to give Bogut and O'Neal more time to rest nagging injuries. It will be the fourth straight game Bogut has missed because of a left shoulder injury, while O'Neal will sit out for the second consecutive game with inflammation in his surgically repaired right wrist.
|Feb. 6 6:49 PM PT7:49 PM MT8:49 PM CT9:49 PM ET2:49 GMT10:49 7:49 PM MST9:49 PM EST6:49 UAE (+1)03:4921:49 ET8:49 PM CT0:49 - Bogut and power forward David Lee are sitting out with injuries against the Chicago Bulls. Warriors coach Mark Jackson made the announcement about 90 minutes before Thursday night's game. Jackson also said Lee will be out Saturday at Phoenix, while Bogut is expected to be back for that game.
Analysis: Bogut was briefly hobbled with a strained knee, but Jackson said Bogut is now sidelined with shoulder stiffness.
|Jan. 24 6:19 PM PT7:19 PM MT8:19 PM CT9:19 PM ET2:19 GMT10:19 7:19 PM MST9:19 PM EST6:19 UAE (+1)03:1921:19 ET8:19 PM CT0:19 - Banged-up big men Andrew Bogut and David Lee are in the starting lineup for the Golden State Warriors against the Minnesota Timberwolves. The team made the announcement about 30 minutes before Friday night's game.
Analysis: Bogut strained his right knee and Lee sprained his left shoulder in the fourth quarter of Golden State's 102-94 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Monday night.
|Jan. 22 2:32 PM PT3:32 PM MT4:32 PM CT5:32 PM ET22:32 GMT6:32 3:32 PM MST5:32 PM EST2:32 UAE (+1)23:3217:32 ET4:32 PM CT20:32 - Bogut and David Lee remain questionable to play for the Golden State Warriors against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night.
Analysis: Warriors coach Mark Jackson says both were limited during Thursday's practice. He won't announce a decision on whether either will play until Friday. Bogut strained his right knee in the fourth quarter of Monday's loss to Indiana.
|Dec. 12 9:08 PM PT10:08 PM MT11:08 PM CT12:08 AM ET5:08 GMT13:08 10:08 PM MST12:08 AM EST9:08 UAE06:080:08 ET11:08 PM CT3:08 - Bogut pulled down a season-high 18 rebounds in Wednesday's thrilling 95-93 win over Dallas.
Analysis: While he won't be much help offensively, Bogut is averaging 11.1 boards over the last 13 games.
|Nov. 26 11:09 PM PT12:09 AM MT1:09 AM CT2:09 AM ET7:09 GMT15:09 12:09 AM MST2:09 AM EST11:09 UAE08:092:09 ET1:09 AM CT5:09 - Bogut received a one-game suspension for his role in Saturday's scuffle against Portland.
Analysis: Bogut will return Wednesday against Dallas. He is tied with David Lee for the team lead with 9.4 rebounds per contest.
|Oct. 25 3:49 PM PT4:49 PM MT5:49 PM CT6:49 PM ET22:49 GMT6:49 3:49 PM MST5:49 PM EST2:49 UAE (+1)00:4918:49 ET5:49 PM CT20:49 - The Golden State Warriors have extended the contract of center Andrew Bogut. The team made the announcement Friday, a day after the preseason ended. It did not immediately announce any further details about the extension.
Analysis: The Warriors acquired Bogut in a trade-deadline deal in March 2012 that sent guard Monta Ellis to Milwaukee. Bogut missed 50 of 82 games last season, mostly because of soreness in his surgically repaired ankle. He also battled back and knee injuries while averaging a career-low 5.8 points to go with 7.7 rebounds, but he was at his best in the playoffs, making all the difference on defense to help the Warriors get to the second round.
|Sep. 13 1:02 PM PT2:02 PM MT3:02 PM CT4:02 PM ET20:02 GMT4:02 1:02 PM MST3:02 PM EST0:02 UAE (+1)22:0216:02 ET3:02 PM CT19:02 - Bogut says he is ``100 percent'' healthy and feeling the best he has since fracturing his left ankle in January 2012. Bogut said Friday that he is not limited in any workouts and expects ``to play a lot of minutes'' this season. He is entering the final year of his five-year, $60 million deal.
Analysis: Bogut missed 50 of 82 games during the regular season, mostly because of soreness in his surgically repaired left ankle. He also battled back and knee injuries while averaging a career-low 5.8 points to go with 7.7 rebounds.