Warriors' center Andrew Bogut (pelvis/groin contusion) is day-to-day the team announced prior to Sunday's home game against the New York Knicks after accidentally being kneed in the groin by Memphis Grizzlies' center Marc Gasol on Friday.
Bogut is unlikely to play in Golden State's upcoming road games in Dallas and San Antonio. The earliest he could return would be at Friday's home game against the Sacramento Kings.
Initial reports indicated he'd be out 7 to 10 days, and head coach Mark Jackson said Sunday "He’ll continue to get treatment, continue to get rest, but he did feel better today than he did yesterday, and we expect that to continue.”
Jermaine O'Neal replaced Bogut in the starting lineup tonight while Marreese Speights started at power forward for David Lee who missed his second straight game with a hamstring issue.
Meanwhile the Warriors' signed veteran center Hilton Armstrong to a 10-day contract from Golden State's D-League team in Santa Cruz.