Found February 06, 2013 on Hoop Fantasies Fantasy Basketball Blog:
Andrew Bogut will sit out Wednesday's game to rest his ankle. It's a back-to-back game, so this was expected. Andris Biedrins should get the start. But there's a surprised scratch: Jarrett Jack. Warriors beat writer Marcus Thompson reported that the backup point guard is out with a bruised shoulder. He's questionable for Friday's game.
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