Andrew Bogut dominated Game 6 against the Denver Nuggets. When his Golden State Warriors teammates were off on their shot or on defense, he was there to bail them out with an impressive 14 point, 21 rebounds, and 4 block night.
That was against a banged up Denver Nuggets team and won't be seeing anything close to that tonight.
Bogut isn't going to be defending JaVale McGee or Kenneth Faried in the paint tonight. Those two players are good players in their own right, but depend on others to create for them. For the majority of the series, he was able to play off his man to help out and that's something he won't be able to do against Tim Duncan.
He knows this and it sounds like he's ready for the challenge.no comments