With only two games left in the regular season, the Golden State Warriors just got a little thinner on the depth chart.
Golden State will be without starting center Andrew Bogut indefinitely due to a broken rib, the team confirmed Monday night.
Bogut will miss the final two regular season games. Beyond that, the team said that the playoff are a "to be determined" situation.
The injury initially happened on Thursday against Denver, when Bogut was hit in his side. He took another hit on Sunday versus Portland that aggravated the injury. The 7-footer has played in 62 games this season, averaging 7.3 points and 10 rebounds a game.
Mark J. Spears first to report:
Warriors center Andrew Bogut (ribs) out final two regular-season games and TBD for playoffs, a source said. Bogut is wearing a sling.
— Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) April 15, 2014
Official: @andrewbogut has been diagnosed w/ a rib fracture and will be sidelined indefinitely.
— Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) April 15, 2014
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