Upset about what he perceived as the media twisting his pregame comments about Andrew Bogut's injury status and indicating there was a problem in his locker room, Warriors coach Mark Jackson said Monday after a 123-80 thrashing of Philadelphia that no such issue existed.

Bogut said before the game, after hearing about Jackson's comment that his left shoulder inflammation might have been caused by sleeping, that it was "absolutely ridiculous." Bogut explained he had suffered a bone bruise in his left shoulder playing against Utah last month. Jackson said the two later spoke and that "it's nothing."

"It's a fun time," Jackson said with a laugh after the Warriors got a career-high 32 points out of backup big man Marreese Speights with Bogut and Jermaine O'Neal sidelined. "I mean, we are 10 games over .500. Some of you (media) guys haven't seen that in a long, long time, so keep on acting like you have. We are going to work our tails off and continue to try to be a good basketball team and celebrate how far we've come and how much further we've got to go."

Speights induced smiles on the sideline, standing ovations in the stands, and even MVP chants at Oracle Arena as the 76ers suffered their second embarrassing loss in two nights.

The Warriors led by as many as 49 points with the 6-foot-10 former 76er Speights stepping forward to make 12 of 15 field goal attempts while adding eight rebounds and three blocks.

Before the game, Bogut wasn't thrilled. He hurt the shoulder while playing Jan. 31 in a win at Utah, began getting sore the day after and played through the discomfort in Tuesday's loss to Charlotte. He said he woke up in pain the following day and thought, "It's really killing me." An MRI exam later revealed a bone bruise and swelling, Bogut said.

"It's gotten worse and worse, so I just wanted to address it," said Bogut, who because of the shoulder has missed three games after being sidelined 50 games last season with various injuries. "The sleeping comment is absolutely ridiculous. I don't know where it came from."

"It's definitely not the case I just woke up, slept on my shoulder wrong and have a bone bruise and swelling in my shoulder from sleeping. Very highly unlikely, I believe."