Andrew Bogut, who left the game less than three minutes after tipoff Monday night in Minnesota, grimacing from the discomfort of tendinitis in his right knee, said he does not believe the matter is serious.
"Keep it rolling (Warriors). I'll be good. Nothing too serious," he tweeted an hour after the Warriors 102-86 win over the Timberwolves.
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Bogut said he has been feeling tendinitis-related soreness in the knee for about a week but had played through it. The pain intensified Monday, forcing him out of the game with 9:32 left in the first quarter.
After being examined by trainer JoHan Wang at courtside, the two retreated to the locker room, where Wang determined that Bogut should sit out the rest of the night.
Bogut's status will be revisited prior to the Warriors-Rockets game Wednesday night at Oracle Arena.