Andrew Bogut has played in all but 9games for the Warriors so far this season. (Rocky Widner/Getty Images)
Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut will miss four-to-seven days with a groin injury, according to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski.
Bogut suffered a bruised pelvis on Friday night during the team's 100-93 win over the Memphis Grizzlies and had an MRI on Saturday. The results of that exam indicate that the nine-year vet should be able to return to the team in roughly a week's time, although there remains the possibility that he could miss more time if his rehab does not go as planned.
The 6th-seeded Warriors are in the midst of a tight battle for playoff position in the Western conference, where they are currently one game behind 5th seeded Portland Trail Blazers and only two games ahead of the 9th place Dallas Mavericks.
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With Bogut unable to play, the team has brought Hilton Armstrong on with a ten-day contract to bolster their frontcourt depth.