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Erik Spoelstra's 13-word press conference before quickly walking out. http://t.co/e5yTbWRaUr
B/c of headaches, Bogut didn't sleep well last night. He said the headaches & fluid under his eye were bothersome but he thought he'd play.
The Warriors could also use the lineup the closed with in OKC: Curry, Thompson, Iguodala, Barnes and Green, if Bogut can't go.
Because both Miami's center and power forward stretch the floor, Mo Speights would probably start for Bogut, but Kerr wouldn't give it up.
Steve Kerr said Andrew Bogut didn't sleep well last night due to orbital contusion.
Steve Kerr sounds a little less confident that Andrew Bogut will play tonight than he did at shootaround. Bogut with team doctor right now.
Andrew Bogut now questionable
Dwyane Wade and Chris Andersen are out for Miami, but Norris Cole will return from his dislocated middle finger tonight vs. the Warriors.
Norris Cole expected to start.
Magic's Evan Fournier and Tobias Harris questionable for tomorrow's Warriors game.
It was actually hilarious. I have no idea what goes through the minds of the 49ers brass when it pulls something like this.
Yes, the 49ers literally sent security guards into the locker room--where there were NO players--to order reporters out of the locker room.
“every problem is a gift - without problems we would not grow” - tony robbins
Shaun Livingston to KNBR on being in Northern California after years in Southern California: "It's a lot more mellow. I enjoy it."
SF Giants' connection with their fans - & vice versa - is unbelievable. Don't believe it? Look at outpouring over 3rd-base coach retiring.
Marriott where Warriors practice had graffiti overnight & was painted over. Today Warriors helped host Thxgvng meal there f/ less fortunate.
Just to play this out: Aldon Smith was suspended 9 games this season. JJ Watt was not. But please, blame me.
Steve Kerr: "I guarantee you if we didn't have the personnel to have faith in the second group, I'd play Steph and Klay more minutes."
If the Giants can't adequately replace him at third base, that's on them. But the offer was market rate, or more.
Just being practical here: Sandoval isn't that great a player. Except in October. It's hard to set his real value. 5 for 95M is fair enough.
Players become free agents and have the right to take the deal they want. This happens. Sandoval is one such player. Move to the next thing.
The weird thing about Sandoval is that some Giants fans (and team photographers?) are so invested in screaming at everybody about this...
Told that Jarron Collins is starting if he can't play, Andrew Bogut said, "I won't let that happen. He's really old."
If Bogut can't go, Kerr joked "I've made the decision to start Jarron Collins."
Steve Kerr said he thinks both Bogut and Barbosa will play tonight vs. Miami.
Andrew Bogut expected to play vs Miami
Leandro Barbosa (knee) is probable, and David Lee (hamstring) is out vs. Miami, according to the Warriors.
The Warriors say Andrew Bogut (right orbital contusion) participated in Tuesday's shootaround and is questionable vs. Miami.
Klay Thompson to 95.7 The Game on OKC: "It was ugly. Me and Draymond both got rejected by the rim." Said Andrew Bogut has swollen cheekbone.
The moment I'm not above reproach, my demise becomes acceptable, explainable, if not invited
And they wonder why I say what I say...
I know my best hope for justice is to not ever need it
I'm convinced all I can do is my best to stay completely clear of trouble. Away even from the appearance. Otherwise I am fair game
Steve Kerr to KNBR on David Lee's role after returning from injury: "He's a huge part of our team, and he's going to play a lot of minutes."
Steve Kerr to KNBR on Marreese Speights wanting Sixth Man of the Year: "Twelve games in, he's probably No. 1 on the list."
Steve Kerr laughed on KNBR and said Marreese Speights' comments on Kendrick Perkins were "very amusing."
Kerr to KNBR: "(Perkins) likes to talk & I just thought Mo's response was great. The way he played & then also just the brutal honesty."
Steve Kerr to KNBR on Speights/Perkins: "Did you see his comments after the game? I love Mo. Mo doesn't mince words."
Steve Kerr told KNBR that David Lee is unlikely to play on the trip and Leandro Barbosa is probable for Miami.
Speights told Sirius the team practices a little more this yr, got off days last yr bc "(MJax) knows how our bodies work if u can get rest."
Speights told Sirius that Kerr and MJax have kind of the same personality. "They both joke. They both have good relationships with players."
Speights: "This is (Kerr's) 1st yr so he was a ltl nervous @ beginning but he's finally getting used to the players & finally talking more."
Marreese Speights to Sirius XM: "I really would like to get (Sixth Man of the Year)."
Andrew Bogut and Leandro Barbosa went through a light practice in Miami, still listed as questionable for tomorrow.
This is, not surprisingly, bringing out the smallest-minded, narrowest-agenda-ed folks on Twitter. Just scream.
I guess I shouldn't be surprised fans believe every winter that the team that spends the most in free agency will win the title.
But that happens. Nobody's wrong, the offers appear to have been very similar. Sandoval had the choice.
I'm not talking about stats here. I'm talking about comfort & team success. I understand both sides, but both are also lessened by this.
Tough to see Pablo Sandoval go, but you gotta roll with Brian Sabean these days.
“to earn more you must learn more” - brian tracy
Pablo Sandoval--the Giants will never have another player like him... unless they acquire him again in 2020. (/joking)
Nice little catch by Beckham, but Kevin Mitchell's over-shoulder, bare-hand job down left-field foul line might be better.
Just to be clear: Sandoval is very valuable to any team that can play him at third base for as long as he can play there. DH? Not so much.
Sandoval's value is as a 3rd baseman who has played brilliantly in the postseason. It's not as a regular-season DH, now or into the future.
David Ortiz OPS+ the last two seasons: 159, 143... Pablo Sandoval OPS+ the last two seasons: 116, 111. (OPS+ adjusts for ballpark.)
Pablo Sandoval could be rich and miserable next year
Pablo Sandoval could be rich and miserable
Big Papi is a very influential human being. Can't argue with that, though. He should be.
Understand both the anguish and the good-riddance emotions from SFG fans on this one. Sandoval is an unusual case in all regards.
Will the Giants miss Sandoval when and if he goes? Absolutely. But he's also a declining statistical player. Just a unique situation here.
I know I'm late but ... SPEIGHTS!