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Andrew Boguts torn ACL, MCL and PCL.
He has missed the past four games.
The Warriors’ All-Star point guard was a late scratch against the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday, but his injury will not be considered a setback.
“He’s in good spirits, so we’ll see how he reacts to the rest of the game,” coach Steve Kerr said.
“I don’t think we’re concerned at all.
It’s a lot.
We’re still just waiting on that [post-game MRI] results.”
Bogut has missed three games this season with a sprained right ankle and an injured right wrist.
He played a season-high 39 minutes in Friday’s loss to the Clippers, playing 15 minutes with a pair of assists.
Bogut played with a sore right knee for the first time in six games on Tuesday.
“There’s still some swelling,” Bogut said of the right knee, which he injured in the fourth quarter of Thursday’s loss at Portland.
“But I feel good.
I don’t know if I’m going to be able to play at this point in time.
We’ll see tomorrow.
I feel great, but it’s a little sore right now.”
Boguts, a six-time All-NBA second-team selection, has averaged 18.9 points and 5.9 assists in his four-year career.
He also has made 9.2 3-pointers per game in his career.
“We know how hard Andrew works on the floor,” Kerr said of Boguts.
“It’s a big thing to get that much effort and energy.
I think it’s been a big factor in his success.”
Bogust has been on a tear since the All-Stars acquired him in the offseason.
He is averaging 18.1 points, 8.8 rebounds and 4.7 assists.