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The Warriors will face the Jazz in Utah on Tuesday night, and may have to try and win their 30th game of the season without Andrew Bogut.
Golden State's center reportedly became ill during shootaround and was sent back to the team hotel, head coach Steve Kerr told reporters.
"He's not feeling well this morning, so we'll see how it goes when we come back to the arena tonight," Kerr said.
After missing 12 games with a knee injury, Bogut returned to action last Wednesday against Indiana.
He registered four points and eight rebounds in just under 15 minutes off the bench.
Two nights later against Cleveland, Bogut contributed four points, five rebounds, three assists and a block in just under 20 minutes off the bench.
The 2005 No. 1 overall pick was expected to move back into the starting lineup, replacing Marreese Speights.
"I've already talked to Mo and Bogs about it," Kerr said after practice on Sunday. "Bogs is our starting center. It's going to happen pretty soon, one way or the other."
Bogut played his college basketball at the University of Utah -- 4.5 miles away from where the Warriors will be in action tonight.