Andrew Bogut Discusses Status of His 'Berries' on Twitter

Andy Bailey@@AndrewDBaileyFeatured ColumnistMarch 29, 2014

The Golden State Warriors solidified their playoff position with a win over the Memphis Grizzlies on Friday night. But that wasn't the story for Warriors center Andrew Bogut.

Playoffs hopes come and go, but his posterity will last forever. Well, that is assuming that starting the line is possible. It's something Bogut wasn't so sure about after a knee to the groin from Marc Gasol knocked him out of the game just four minutes after tipoff:

Bogut himself posted a picture of the play the next day:

And shared his concerns just hours after the game:

At the time, he certainly wasn't too happy about the play:

Fortunately, it looks as though Bogut was feeling better Saturday, as several more tweets suggest he'll be alright. The blow even gave him an excuse to watch some Australian Football League highlights:

Bogut wrapped up his thoughts on the issue by offering something of an olive branch (or perhaps another fruit-bearing plant in this case) to Gasol:

The Warriors next game will be at home Sunday against the New York Knicks. Bogut is listed as "questionable" with a "pelvis" injury by CBS Sports. He is slated for an MRI late Saturday.

Considering they're playing the Knicks Sunday, Bogut might be able to take another day to ice up.

 

Andy Bailey covers the NBA for Bleacher Report.


 

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