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The Warriors have the NBA's best record and have already beat the Jazz twice this year, but Utah center Enes Kanter isn't getting the message.
"They're pretty good," Kanter said Friday morning, hours before facing the Warriors a third time.
"Everybody knows they're the best team in the NBA. We're trying to get where they are, and we're not gonna back up -- we don't care who they are. So we're going to go out there and fight.
When asked if he saw Klay Thompson's 37-point quarter, Kanter confessed that he did and said, "Who cares?"
"I think we have enough talent to guard (Thompson) and everyone on their team," he said.
Kanter will likely be matched against 7-footer Andrew Bogut, who is expected to return to action after missing Tuesday's OT loss due to illness.
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"Andrew Bogut: Big guy, knows a littler Turkish, I don't know what to say about him," Kanter said. "He's just, I don't know, a big guy -- nothing special."
Kanter had 18 points and five rebounds in the Warriors' 101-88 win over the Jazz on Nov. 21 and he recorded a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds in Golden State's 116-105 win on Jan. 13.