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The Golden State Warriors’ center Andrew Bogut has been prone to injuries his whole career. He finally returned Monday night against the Toronto Raptors. The Warriors ended up winning the match 114 to 102, bringing Bogut’s return and the team even more justice.
Bogut looked to be in game shape Monday night scoring 12 points and grabbing eight rebounds. The center played 24 minutes.
USA Today reports that Bogut had came back four games early than originally planned, but the pain was too much and he eventually had to sit out again. The Warriors currently sit at 27-17 after winning against the Raptors.
According to CBS Sports, The Warriors have two stars in Stephen Curry and David Lee who barely missed the All-Star selections, so adding Bogut will only boost their performances further.
In this season, they already beat both the defending champions Miami Heat and their rival opponent the Oklahoma City Thunder. Their next game is on Wednesday against the Cavaliers.