OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut missed his third straight game with a left shoulder injury against the Philadelphia 76ers, while power forward David Lee returned after missing the past two games with a sprained left shoulder and strained left hip.
Warriors coach Mark Jackson said before his team faced Philadelphia on Monday night that he wasn't sure when Bogut injured himself, speculating that it might've happened while sleeping. Bogut later cleared things up, saying he bruised a bone in his shoulder in a win at Utah on Jan. 31.
Bogut's status for Wednesday's game against the Miami Heat - Golden State's final game before the All-Star break - remains unclear. The same goes for Warriors backup center Jermaine O'Neal, who also sat out against the 76ers to rest his nagging right wrist.
Sixers reserve Hollis Thompson missed the game with a sprained right ankle.

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