Andrew Bogut has been included on Team Australia's roster for the Olympics.
The Mavericks have officially finalized their trade to acquire Andrew Bogut.
The Mavericks have acquired Andrew Bogut in a trade from the Warriors, and they will absorb him into available cap space.
After agreeing to terms with Kevin Durant, the Warriors are now expected to trade Andrew Bogut.
Andrew Bogut (left knee) could still play in the Olympics according to Australian manager Bruce Kaider.
The Warriors drafting Damian Jones with the 30th pick could have been "an indication of the team's frustration" with Andrew Bogut, according to Monte Pool of CSN Bay Area.
Andrew Bogut's left knee injury will not require surgery, according to Warriors GM Bob Myers.
Andrew Bogut (knee) was seen without crutches or a brace on Thursday.
An MRI revealed bone bruises to Andrew Bogut's proximal tibia and distal femur in his left knee, and his timetable to return has been set at 6-8 weeks.
Andrew Bogut reportedly will not require surgery to repair his injured left knee, although he's unlikely to play in the remaining two games of the NBA Finals.
According to sources of ESPN, the Warriors are still reviewing Andrew Bogut's (knee) medical data.
Warriors' GM Bob Myers said that Andrew Bogut (knee) will make the trip to Cleveland for Game 6.
The Warriors are moving the MRI on Andrew Bogut (left knee sprain) to Tuesday.
Andrew Bogut (left knee sprain) will not return on Monday.