Warriors center Andrew Bogut underwent platelet rich plasma therapy on right knee, and there is no timetable for his return.
Oakland Tribune "In a development that's hardly a surprise, center Andrew Bogut was declared out for the Warriors' Thursday night game against the surging Oklahoma City Thunder at Oracle Arena. The question remains how serious Bogut's injury is and how long he might be sidelined. The 7-footer is suffering from..." December 18
CSN Bay Area "David Lee originally injured his left hamstring in Golden State's preseason finale on Oct. 24. He missed the first three games of the regular season, and aggravated it during the Warriors' fourth game, a 121-104 win over the Clippers. When will the 2013 All-Star suit up again? "He hasn't..." December 18
Andrew Bogut had PRP (platelet-rich plasma) procedure on knee today. Likely to have another in a week. Same procedure as @DwightHoward had.
Warriors center Andrew Bogut (right knee) and power forward David Lee (left hamstring) are listed as out for Thursday's game vs. OKC.
The Warriors have assigned reserve center Ognjen Kuzmic to their NBA Development affiliate in Santa Cruz.
Memphis Commercial Appeal "Grizzlies coach Dave Joerger didn’t appreciate being down after the first quarter mainly because his starters were slogging along. That all changed when the second unit stepped onto the court Tuesday night. Memphis picked up the pace, started the second period by scoring 20 unanswered points..." December 17
Sporting News "Andre Iguodala is normally a pretty cool customer, but during Tuesday night's loss against the Grizzlies, he wound up getting a technical foul for . . . dancing? Golden State's do-it-all forward was complaining to referees that Memphis point guard Mike Conley had taken an extra step on a drive..." December 17
The Warriors have updated Andrew Bogut's status for Tuesday's game at Memphis to doubtful. His right knee was reevaluated by team docs Mon.
ESPN.com "Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr said the team will send two plays involving Pelicans forward Dante Cunningham to the league for review. Kerr presides over a 16-game win streak and the league's best record, but he's not happy with the way Cunningham swung his elbows in the proximity of..." December 15
ESPN.com "The Golden State Warriors have begun the season 21-2 and are on a 16-game win streak, but first-year Warriors coach Steve Kerr is rejecting comparisons to the 1996 72-win Chicago Bulls team on which he played. When asked if the Warriors could pull it off, Kerr responded, "Oh God, no...." December 15
CBS Sports Fantasy News "Warriors coach Steve Kerr said following a 105-98 victory over the Mavericks on Saturday that power forward David Lee will not play Sunday in New Orleans, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Lee has only appeared in one game this season due to a nagging hamstring injury. He remains without a..." December 14
CSN Bay Area "A report surfaced earlier this week claiming that the Warriors were interested in free agent shooting guard Ray Allen. Has Golden State reached out to the 10-time All-Star? Warriors GM Bob Myers told 95.7 FM The Game on Thursday afternoon that the club has in fact reached out to Allen's..." December 13
CSN Bay Area "Steve Kerr is in the record books. Barely. Kerr became the first rookie coach in NBA history to win 19 of his first 21 games, as the Warriors defeated the Rockets 105-93 in a bruising battle before a sellout crowd (19,596) Wednesday night at Oracle Arena. The Warriors extended their..." December 11
Sporting News "The Warriors are unconscious. They beat the Rockets on Wednesday for their franchise-record 14th consecutive victory. They did so a few days after their former coach and one of the team's owners sniped at each other. First, co-owner Joe Lacob claimed that ex-coach Mark Jackson was not liked..." December 11
Andrew Bogut out for Warriors. Ezeli to start at center against Tarik Black. Bogut day-to-day.
San Francisco Chronicle "The Golden State Warriors have given their planned Mission Bay arena a design do-over intended to make everyone forget about an earlier set of drawings in which the 18,000-seat venue looked very much like a toilet. Gone is much of the rectangular viewing deck that, when coupled with the oval..." December 10
The Warriors announce that David Lee (left hamstring) will miss his 16th straight game Wednesday. Andrew Bogut (right knee) is questionable.
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors won their 13th consecutive game Monday night, putting away the Timberwolves 102-86 at Target Center in Minneapolis. Five Warriors scored in double figures, led by 21 points each from Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson. Shaun Livingston and Marreese Speights each put in 12, while..." December 09
Inside the Warriors "Former Warriors coach Mark Jackson referenced Joe Lacob in his sermon at his church Sunday, saying the co-owner “put me on blast.” Smiling as he spoke to members of a cheering congregation, Jackson said in recorded comments that Lacob “said I was good for nothing, an owner that knew me for..." December 09
Minneapolis Star Tribune "Golden State arrived at Target Center on Monday with a 17-2 record and a franchise-record winning streak that had reached 12 games, which was the NBA’s best record and best season start in team history. So did the Warriors do right when they refused to trade young shooting guard Klay Thompson..." December 09
Andrew Bogut has right knee irritation, and his return is questionable.
San Jose Mercury News "Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob apologized Sunday for comments he made last week at a venture capitalists luncheon in Menlo Park regarding his reasons for firing coach Mark Jackson. "I have a tremendous amount of respect for Mark Jackson and what he accomplished as our head coach," Lacob wrote in..." December 08
Steve Kerr says David Lee back next week, but not sure when. Out for Chicago.
Oakland Tribune "Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob praised coach Steve Kerr at a time when the team is off to its best start in franchise history and listed the reasons he fired Mark Jackson in a speaking appearance before venture capitalists in Menlo Park this week. While crediting Jackson for changing the Warriors'..." December 06
Pro Basketball Talk "Right now, Steve Kerr is in the middle of a grand honeymoon. He came into Golden State and has run smarter sets, putting players in different roles and positions that play to their strengths much more than Mark Jackson did last year. Plus Kerr is getting them to play good defense (something..." December 05
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors on Thursday won their 11th consecutive game, matching the franchise record, with a 112-85 dispatching of the Pelicans before a sellout crowd (19,596) at Oracle Arena. Five players scored in double figures, with Klay Thompson leading the way with 23 points. Stephen Curry added 19..." December 05
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry had missed two chances to put away the Orlando Magic. Given a third opportunity, he nailed it. Curry's 3-pointer with 2.2 seconds remaining Tuesday night pulled the Warriors out of hole and into a 98-97 victory over Orlando before a sellout crowd at Oracle Arena. The comeback –..." December 03
Sporting News "As is often the case with Stephen Curry, the Golden State Warriors point guard played brilliantly against the Detroit Pistons on Sunday. Curry had 16 points and nine assists when he tweaked his left ankle in the third quarter and needed to leave the game. In this case, Curry's X-ray came back..." December 03
Golden State Of Mind "Having a deep basketball team is a luxury and the Golden State Warriors possess it. With depth at multiple positions, the Warriors can afford to unleash starting-caliber players like Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston from the bench. Of course, bringing talented players off the pine requires..." December 02
San Francisco Chronicle "After two seasons of doling out more than 50 tickets to family and friends when the Warriors swing through Michigan, Draymond Green decided to trim the list to 22 for this season’s homecoming. That means about 30 of Green’s family and friends missed a firsthand look at one of the most..." December 01
Stephen Curry x ray negative
Oakland Tribune "Dell and Sonya Curry still keep a room for their son, Stephen, in their Charlotte, North Carolina, home where they hosted Warriors teammates and about 40 family members for Thanksgiving. Memorabilia from Stephen's high school days at Charlotte Christian School remains inside the household..." November 30
San Francisco Chronicle "Well, these Warriors sure do have a knack for finding unusual ways to win. On a Friday night when the league’s best field-goal defense allowed the Hornets to shoot 50 percent into the fourth quarter and the league’s best backcourt shot 16-of-42 from the floor, the Warriors coaxed more magic out..." November 29
Oakland Tribune "Dell and Sonya Curry still keep a room for their son, Stephen, in their Charlotte, North Carolina, home where they hosted Warriors teammates and about 40 family members for Thanksgiving. Memorabilia from Stephen's high school days at Charlotte Christian School remains inside the household where..." November 28
Isiah Thomas told Sirius XM Stephen Curry is NBA's best point guard. "He's also trying to dominate you on the defensive side of the ball."
CSN Bay Area "Stephen Curry lit it up in the Warriors' 114-97 win over the Miami Heat on Tuesday night, totaling 40 points on 12-for-19 shooting and 8-for-11 from 3-point range to go along with seven assists, six rebounds, three steals and two turnovers in 37 minutes. In the process, he recorded his 51st..." November 27
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors got back to scrimmage mode Wednesday night, and Stephen Curry once again emerged as the star. One night after scoring 40 points in Miami, the All-Star point guard poured in 28 in 24 minutes to lead the Warriors to a 111-96 annihilation of the Magic at Amway Center in..." November 27
Leandro Barbosa (right knee) will not play, according to the Warriors.
CSN Bay Area "After a one-game slump, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, AKA "The Splash Brothers,'' were back to themselves Tuesday night. Curry scored a season-high 40 points and Thompson added 24, as the Warriors posted a 114-97 win over a Heat team that kept things close until the final minutes in..." November 26
CSN Bay Area "Steve Kerr's new favorite player may have upgraded his status Sunday night. Marreese Speights continued his run of fine offensive performances, putting in 28 points as the Warriors won their fifth consecutive game, a 91-86 grinder over the Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma..." November 24
Steve Kerr said there's a chance David Lee (hamstring) could play by the end of the trip, most likely Charlotte or Detroit.
New York Post "The Golden State Warriors found themselves in quite the enviable position this summer. Already armed with possibly the best shooter in NBA history in Stephen Curry, the best shooting power forward in the NBA, Kevin Love, was theirs for the taking. All it would cost them was Klay Thompson, a..." November 22
San Francisco Chronicle "Warriors power forward David Lee progressed to full-court drills in 5-on-0 scenarios Wednesday, but the team won’t release a complete re-evaluation on his condition until Thursday. Lee initially strained his hamstring in the final preseason game Oct. 24, and he missed the regular season’s first..." November 20
Real GM Basketball "Draymond Green is making just $915,000 this season as a former second round pick for the Golden State Warriors. Green will become a restricted free agent this summer and figures to receive a substantial raise. "You could make the argument that his value is somewhat like Taj Gibson's is to..." November 19
Pro Basketball Talk "In 2011, Klay Thompson left Washington State after three years. He impressed in workouts and worked his way up to No. 11 in the draft, where the Warriors took him. Three years later, the Lakers were reportedly interested in trading their No. 7 pick to get him. Instead, he stayed with Golden..." November 18
CSN Bay Area "The Warriors for the second consecutive night sized up their opponents and quickly blew them off the court. One night after a 25-point win over the Hornets in Oakland, the Warriors on Sunday went into Staples Center and executed a 136-115 demolition of the Lakers. Point guard Stephen Curry..." November 17
San Francisco Chronicle "Asked about how Charlotte beat the Warriors in both meetings last season, shooting guard Klay Thompson joked. “That was the Charlotte Bobcats — not the Charlotte Hornets.” While the Charlotte franchise is the one that changed its moniker in the offseason, it was Golden State on Saturday night..." November 16
NBA.com " The Golden State Warriors have recalled guard Justin Holiday and center Ognjen Kuzmic from the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA Development League, the team announced today. The duo helped lead Santa Cruz to a 122-95 season-opening victory over the Los Angeles D-Fenders last night in Santa Cruz. " November 15