OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Andrew Bogut leaned back in a folding chair, arms crossed over his new white Warriors home jersey.
The 7-foot center, making his first formal appearance in a Golden State uniform since being acquired in a trade from Milwaukee last season, grinned at the mass of reporters gathered around the table in front of him as part of the Warriors' media day.
Bogut joked about asking the questions himself before spending the next 40 minutes talking mostly about his surgically repaired ankle and his potential impact on a Golden State team that has made it to the playoffs only once since 1994.
While Bogut has not been cleared for contact drills, he will be on the court doing light individual work when the Warriors begin training camp Tuesday.
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