News: Bogut (knee) underwent platelet-rich plasma therapy on his right knee, Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Impact: The procedure leaves Bogut without a firm return timetable, but he'll likely miss a solid chunk of time. Platelet-rich injections typically relieve pain within a few weeks, but the overall recovery process can last several months. That's not to say Bogut will miss multiple months, however, as Dwight Howard, by comparison, underwent PRP treatment on Nov. 23 and returned 11 games (less than a month) later. For now, Festus Ezeli's spot in the starting lineup appears to be solidified.
News: Bogut (knee) is listed as out for Thursday's game, the San Francisco Chronicle's Rusty Simmons reports.
Impact: This comes as no surprise, as Bogut is dealing with swelling in his right knee, and the team is squarely focused on him being healthy for the postseason, so they won't rush him back. The Warriors don't play again until Monday.
News: Kuzmic was reassigned to the Santa Cruz Warriors of the D-League on Wednesday.
Impact: In one previous appearance for Santa Cruz this season, Kuzmic put up six points and 14 rebounds in 29 minutes. The second-year player is highly unlikely to make an impact for Golden State, however, as he's still rather raw on both ends of the floor.