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Mark Jackson's players say he doesn't force his beliefs on his players, and the togetherness that helped propel them to Game 7 against the Clippers was something that even their most ardent critics would have to acknowledge as real. Still, it's clearly not for everyone. The one player who teammates said doesn't take part is center Andrew Bogut, whose disagreements with Jackson have gone public in the past. Bogut, who has not played in this series because of a fractured rib, declined an interview request for this story. USA Today Sports
"Andrew respects it," said Warriors guard Klay Thompson, the son of former NBA player Mychal Thompson, who was raised in a Catholic household. "And we respect that (it's not for everyone). That's what I love about Coach Jackson is he doesn't force it on you. He doesn't force you to read scripture or anything like that. He'll just make references and respect your personal beliefs and your personal space, but he'll just drop some great knowledge on you." Warriors forward Draymond Green, who is a Christian, said, "One thing about it is that we never shy away from making it known, because without (God) we are not who we are and we are not the team that we are and we all know that. We like to give him credit for what he's doing for this team." USA Today Sports
Golden State center Andrew Bogut underwent rib X-rays following the Warriors' 119-117 overtime loss at Portland on Sunday night. Bogut did not play in overtime, but finished with two points and nine rebounds in nearly 32 minutes. The eight-year NBA veteran is averaging 7.4 points, 10 rebounds and 1.8 blocks in 66 games for Golden State this season. USA Today Sports
Rusty Simmons: The Warriors say Andrew Bogut is day-to-day with a pelvic/groin contusion. There is no structural damage. He's unlikely to play at DAL/SAS. Twitter @Rusty_SFChron
One of Scalabrine’s roles with the Warriors had been working out individually with center Andrew Bogut. “I had a great relationship with Scal,” Bogut said. “Obviously you never want to see anybody go, but at the end of the day, Coach makes the decisions, and I don’t think it’s going to affect chemistry too much. Players have their chemistry, coaches have their chemistry.” Contra Costa Times
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