Warriors coach Steve Kerr heaped praise on Andrew Bogut for his efforts in Game 5.
Stephen Curry looked healthy during a Game 5 120-11 victory over the Thunder on Thursday, making 9-of-20 from the field for 31 points with seven rebounds, six assists, five steals and three 3-pointers.
Draymond Green got it going during a Game 5 win over the Thunder on Thursday, scoring 11 points with 13 rebounds, four assists, one steal, four blocks and two turnovers in 39 minutes.
Marreese Speights filled it up in just nine minutes with 14 points, two rebounds and one 3-pointer on Thursday.
Harrison Barnes played just 25 minutes against the Thunder on Thursday with six points, one rebound, one assist, one steal and two 3-pointers.
Andrew Bogut was a huge part of Thursday's Game 5 win over the Thunder, scoring a postseason career-high 15 points with 14 rebounds, two assists, two steals, two blocks and two turnovers in 30 minutes.
James Michael McAdoo is active for Game 5 on Thursday.
Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Harrison Barnes, Draymond Green and Andrew Bogut will start against the Thunder in Game 5.
Stephen Curry (knee) insisted that his injured knee is feeling fine on Thursday.
Draymond Green wrote he has no doubts the Warriors will win Game 5 on Thursday.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said Andrew Bogut needs to avoid getting into foul trouble.
Coach Steve Kerr said the Warriors "need' Andrew Bogut out there.
Coach Steve Kerr said Stephen Curry "may just not be quite where he needs to be" right now.
Draymond Green will not be suspended for tripping Enes Kanter during Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals.
Draymond Green described the Warriors current 3-1 hole in the Western Conference Finals as "stunning," and acknowledged that he needs to be better for the remainder of the series.