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Andrew Bogut Out Indefinitely with Fractured Rib

Andrew Bogut is out indefinitely after being diagnosed with a fracture rib following the Warriors' 117-119 loss in Portland on Sunday night. Warriors center Andrew Bogut (ribs) out final two regular-season games and TBD for playoffs, a source said. Bogut is wearing a sling. — Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) April 15, 2014 Mark Jackson said Andrew Bogut has a fractured rib and is out indefinitely. — Rusty S ...

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Warriors Weekly- Assessing the Regular Season, the Week that Was, and the Week to Come

The Week That Was: While the game to game results were clearly disappointing, this week may have served the purpose of yielding the best possible playoff path for the Warriors as long as they take care of business over the final two games. After another extended break, the Dubs started off with a disappointing home loss to the Nuggets on a Kenneth Faried fadeaway that followed Steph’s floater. It was anothe ...

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Reactions: Warriors 117, Blazers 119

Golden State Warriors 117 FinalRecap | Box Score 119 Portland Trail Blazers David Lee, PF 33 MIN | 2-9 FG | 0-2 FT | 4 REB | 2 AST | 1 STL | 0 BLK | 3 TO | 4 PTS | +6Lee struggled on the offensive end, missing seven of his nine shots and never finding a rhythm inside or from midrange. His four rebounds were also uncharacteristically low for someone who averages 9.4 on the season. But, his defense on LaMarcu ...

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Warriors Weekly – What Seed the Warriors Should Want, The Week that Was, and the Week to Come

The Week That Was: This week featured a shocking juxtaposition of the beauty on the court and the strangeness off it. The Warriors rebounded from last Sunday’s depressing home loss to the Knicks with a huge overtime win against the Mavericks. The likely blown goaltending call towards the end does not cheapen the result at all since NBA games feature so much scoring and so many tough calls that isolating any ...

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WarriorsWorld Podcast — Episode 56

The WarriorsWorld podcast is back and with our #FullSquad. In our first segment we discuss the Texas Two Step, where we think the Warriors will finish in the standings and the season (and future) of Harrison Barnes. In our second and final segment we talk locker room procedure, Mark Jackson, White Mamba, Twitter and his future and the madness surrounding the #WWHoopTourney. Remember to subscribe, download a ...

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Reactions: Warriors 90, Spurs 111

Golden State Warriors 90 FinalRecap | Box Score 111 San Antonio Spurs Harrison Barnes, SF 36 MIN | 3-12 FG | 4-4 FT | 2 REB | 0 AST | 1 STL | 0 BLK | 2 TO | 11 PTS | -13Barnes was given every opportunity to contribute against the Spurs, but Kawhi Leonard, the Spurs defense and Barnes' willingness to clank open shots had other ideas. He had 11 points, but four of those were from the free throw line. He had z ...

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Mark Jackson Coaching For His Job?

The Golden State Warriors’ spring success might decide the fate of Mark Jackson. In an odd twist of fate, it appears as though ownership subscribes to the Janet Jackson theory: What have you done for me lately? Jackson is on the verge of taking the Warriors to consecutive postseasons for the first time in over two decades, and yet, an argument could be made that he is on the hot seat since he has yet to rec ...

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Reactions: Warriors 122, Mavericks 120

  Golden State Warriors 122 FinalRecap | Box Score 120 Dallas Mavericks Andre Iguodala, SF 41 MIN | 7-9 FG | 0-1 FT | 8 REB | 7 AST | 1 STL | 0 BLK | 0 TO | 16 PTS | +5 The extra aggressive Iguodala stepped up when he was needed the most, hitting clutch buckets, making fantastic passes and grabbing a team-high eight rebounds. He had an extremely efficient night on the offensive end, and on a night when two ...

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