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07:19 AM ET 08.30 | To date, the offseason has been a case of so far, so good for center Andrew Bogut, who suffered through another injury-marred season. [Bogut] has gotten through this summer entirely healthy. And when the season gets rolling in two months, the Warriors have every intention of treating him that way. "I think the initial thought is he is healthy, and play him as much as you want," general manager Bob Myers told Sporting News. "If something obviously were to develop, something unforeseen, you have to react to it. At this point, you treat him like he is 100 percent healthy, that is what he is saying, that is what the medical staff is saying, so, you don't treat him any other way. Maybe the question is, do you want to play him 35 minutes? But that is a question for any center."

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August 30, 2013  08:31 AM ET

Man Up, Bro!

August 30, 2013  08:38 AM ET

i hope he comes back healthy. warriors are so much better when he's on the court.

August 30, 2013  08:46 AM ET

Warriors figure to be #3 in the West if both Bogut and Curry can manage to stay healthy. And if this team is clicking on all cylinders, it won't be necessary to play him 35 minutes....until the playoffs.

August 30, 2013  09:19 AM ET
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Warriors figure to be #3 in the West if both Bogut and Curry can manage to stay healthy. And if this team is clicking on all cylinders, it won't be necessary to play him 35 minutes....until the playoffs.

Operative words: If healthy. Those guys make Kyrie Irving look like an Ironman Tria-athlete.

August 30, 2013  09:27 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

Warriors figure to be #3 in the West if both Bogut and Curry can manage to stay healthy. And if this team is clicking on all cylinders, it won't be necessary to play him 35 minutes....until the playoffs.

That's a big IF. The only thing 'Curry' and 'Healthy' have in common is they both end in 'Y'...

August 30, 2013  10:17 AM ET

I will be shocked if this guys played more than 60 games.

August 30, 2013  11:11 AM ET

Bogut is bogus so the mighty, mighty Warriors will again be a second round knock-out.


Time to get wasted in Warriorland Bay Area!

August 30, 2013  08:49 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Man Up, Bro!

AGREED BRO!

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August 30, 2013  10:55 PM ET
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"Again be a second round knock-out" ??!!
Who is this loser called wasntme ??
Whoever this nazi is - he clearly doesn't follow basketball.
The Warriors made it to the Conference Finals this past post-season.
What a dumb arse this guy is.

Sorry to burst your bubble and not looking for confrontation but, the Warriors lost in the second round to the Spurs.

Spurs and Grizzlies played in the WCF.

August 31, 2013  10:40 AM ET
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"Again be a second round knock-out" ??!!Who is this loser called wasntme ??Whoever this nazi is - he clearly doesn't follow basketball.The Warriors made it to the Conference Finals this past post-season.What a dumb arse this guy is.

LMAO. Just surrender bro. For a so-called Warriors fan you don't know jack about 'your' team.

Thank you for proving once again that you are nothing more than a tofu eating, yoga stretching, Google impaired clown. For someone making in the vicinity of 100K you sure are dumb.





You can go ahead and report this comment like you always do....

 
August 31, 2013  10:41 AM ET
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"Again be a second round knock-out" ??!!Who is this loser called wasntme ??Whoever this nazi is - he clearly doesn't follow basketball.The Warriors made it to the Conference Finals this past post-season.What a dumb arse this guy is.

LOL@Frenchie!

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