Warriors Injury Update: Andrew Bogut Sets Return for December 1st

Golden State Warriors' center Andrew Bogut hopes to return to playing basketball in the regular season on December 1st, reports Marc Spears of Yahoo! That would mean his return would be against the Granger-less Indiana Pacers.
The injury-plagued center plans to practice on Monday and, barring a setback, is expected to be back on the court after a hiatus to rest his surgically repaired left ankle.
Bogut has played in a mere four games this season. In the approximate 18 minutes of play, Bogut averaged 6.0 points and 3.8 rebounds before being shutdown by the team to rehab his ankle. The Warriors traded for Bogut (along with Stephan Jackson) last season by departing with prolific scorer Monta Ellis. Bogut is definitely an above average center and could be among one of the best if he managed to stay healthy.

This season, the Warriors are 7-6 which seats them as the eight seed in the Western Conference. They have gone 5-4 in Bogut's absence.

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