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Warriors, Bogut working on extension

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05:16 PM ET 10.16 | The Golden State Warriors are one of the best up-and-coming young teams in the NBA ,thanks to outstanding guard play from Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. While the guards may demand most of the attention, big man Andrew Bogut is also a valuable player to the team and they could be looking to lock him up long-term. According to reports, the Warriors and Bogut have begun discussing a contract extension to shore up their center position for the coming years.

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October 16, 2013  09:50 PM ET

How 'bout Howard whining 'bout his number?

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October 17, 2013  07:18 AM ET

Nobody cares. It's basketball. The NBA is fixed.

October 17, 2013  07:20 AM ET
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Nobody cares. It's basketball. The NBA is fixed.

Has anyone ever told you your avatar looks like a goofy dude in a goofy hat? Just asking.

October 17, 2013  08:10 AM ET
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Great news for Warrior fans.At last, the franchise seems to be on solid footing and wants to stay that way by keeping its stars intact.Anyone who knows the Warriors knows that we fans have suffered for many years, as the inept franchise would trade away its best players after just a couple years.Now, with fresh owners and management, things are going in a better direction.

I wouldn't use Bogut and "solid Footing" in the same sentence :-)

Absolutely stupid move by the Warriors. The guy can't stay healthy for even half a season. It's not like they're competing against 10 teams for his services.

October 17, 2013  08:11 AM ET
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How 'bout Howard whining 'bout his number?

It is becoming harder to defend Howard these days than to defend the tea Party.

October 17, 2013  08:59 AM ET
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Great news for Warrior fans.At last, the franchise seems to be on solid footing and wants to stay that way by keeping its stars intact.Anyone who knows the Warriors knows that we fans have suffered for many years, as the inept franchise would trade away its best players after just a couple years.Now, with fresh owners and management, things are going in a better direction.

Getting new owners was the key.

October 17, 2013  09:02 AM ET
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It is becoming harder to defend Howard these days than to defend the tea Party.

The republican tea party sucks! Major cause of the shutdown. You should see the video going around about the resolution in giving the Republican leader the power to be the only one that can end the shutdown. Anti-democracy for sure!

October 17, 2013  09:42 AM ET
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Hopefully he can stay healthy now.

He'll be healthy till he signs his extension, then it'll be back to Injury reserve for Mr. Bogut...

October 17, 2013  10:05 AM ET
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Nobody cares. It's basketball. The NBA is fixed.

Ha ha ha ha .. You're killing me!

October 17, 2013  10:05 AM ET

More Money For Nothing, Bro?

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October 17, 2013  10:22 AM ET
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ridiculous-dude has been broke for years,let him play out the string and prove he can stay healthy

That's exactly how I feel about this situation.

October 17, 2013  11:11 AM ET
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Great news for Warrior fans.At last, the franchise seems to be on solid footing and wants to stay that way by keeping its stars intact.Anyone who knows the Warriors knows that we fans have suffered for many years, as the inept franchise would trade away its best players after just a couple years.Now, with fresh owners and management, things are going in a better direction.

Agreed. Don't get too excited though. I've seen this movie before, and I remember how it ends. This is the team that drafted Todd Fuller, leaving Kobe Bryant on the board.

October 17, 2013  12:26 PM ET

Take it from a longtime Bucks fan: Bogut is a very good player when he's on the floor. Unfortunately, he never stays there. He'll flash his natural ability, then break your heart with another trip to the injured list.

And if you want to talk about suffering, try following the Bucks for the past 25 years ...

October 17, 2013  04:01 PM ET

Only the wasted staff on the Warriors would sign Andrew Bogus to an extension. Must be all the pot shops in Oakland.

 
October 18, 2013  07:14 PM ET

*drops Mic* say what, bruh?

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