February 28, 2013
Since returning to the Warriors lineup less than a month ago, Andrew Bogut has been restricted by doctors from playing in back-to-backs until the all-star break to minimize stress on the center's flimsy ankle.
Now that the all-star break is history, that ban has been lifted as Bogut approaches the next level of his recovery. Per Marcus Thompson:
A team official said the 7-foot-1 Australian has been cleared to play both games in back-to-back sets, the next step in his rehabilitation. When Bogut returned to action on Jan. 28, he was limited to 25 minutes and prohibited from playing two games in two nights until after the All-Star break. Well, the All-Star break has come and gone so it is time to see if Bogut's surgically repaired left ankle can handle such rigors.
Additionally, Bogut's minutes limit per game is allowed to be extended though still closely monitored based on the situation:
The Warriors are saying Bogut can play in back-to-back games but will have minutes monitored in s...