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Andrew Bogut has been more valuable than Tyson Chandler, who isn't on this list.
Bogut, who has been kept off the court for most of his Golden State Warriors career due to ankle issues, has become a big factor in the Warriors' postseason success.
His first-round numbers against Denver were far from eye-popping, as the 28-year-old center averaged 8.2 points, 10.3 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game. But the presence inside was invaluable for Golden State, especially following the injury of All-Star David Lee.
Bogut tallied 10 points, 15 rebounds and a block in the Warriors' Game 1 loss to the Spurs.
Bogut has been the enforcer down low, guarding the paint but also acting as the team's most physical player.
He's still playing through ankle pain, and he's far from 100 percent, but his play this postseason has provided a hopeful glimpse of what Golden State could expect next season.