MIAMI (AP) -Golden State center Andris Biedrins returned to the Warriors' lineup Friday night against the Miami Heat after missing six games following an appendectomy.
Biedrins had been sidelined since the Feb. 21 surgery.
``I'm going to have to watch his stamina,'' Warriors coach Don Nelson said. ``But it's not like he's going to lose his shooting touch from 18 feet.''
Meanwhile, forward Chris Webber was inactive for the third straight game with a sore left knee.

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