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"He flairs his arm around so you know you might catch a random elbow or something that doesn't you know rub off too well on guys," Thompson said. "He's kind of like a bull in a china shop, kind of out of control sometimes. And then you do just see him flop sometimes like how can a guy that big and strong flop that much. "I can see how that gets under people's skin and be frustrating to play against." ESPN.com

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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

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Mozgov ended with 23 points and 29 boards in Nuggets’ victory over Golden State. But TV showed that Mozgov had 93 points. Sportando

Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob declined to assess the job coach Mark Jackson has done this season, saying it would be evaluated after the season whether or not the team meets expectations. "We're having a good year, and it's not over yet," Lacob said after being honored Wednesday with an award at a fundraiser for First Graduate. "Interim results do not matter. Remember this: What matters is at the end of the year. We take a look back at how we did and see where we can improve." Asked about Jackson, Lacob noted general manager Bob Myers already addressed the issue with a vote of confidence and that he would "let those words suffice." "We believe that Mark is fully capable, and we're confident in his ability to keep going in the right direction, keep propelling us like he has all year, and we believe that he's going to continue to be successful," Myers said Saturday after the firing of assistant coach Darren Erman. "We believe in his ability the rest of the way." Times-Herald

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Wilt Chamberlain never won a championship with the Warriors, but his monstrous stats make him the clear pick for No. 1 player in franchise history.

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