Warriors’ Andrew Bogut sprains left knee, out for remainder of Game 5

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Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut left Game 5 of the NBA Finals with a left knee injury.

Bogut, who blocked a shot early in the third quarter and then collided with J.R. Smith, landed awkwardly on his leg and had to be helped off the court and into the locker room.

According to ESPN’s Marc Stein, the Warriors ruled Bogut out for the remainder of Game 5 with a sprained left knee. An MRI exam is reportedly scheduled for late Monday night.

See video of Bogut’s injury below.

Bogut exited the game with his team trailing the Cleveland Cavaliers 67–64.

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