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Stan is agitating for me to write about the Andrew Bogut fiasco. Sure. Happy to do it. I’m in the press box at Stanford Stadium to watch Stanford beat UCLA for the second time in six days, which gives me time to write about the W’s. I was on Comcast yesterday while Kozimor did a live interview with Bob Myers who seemed very nervous. Myers is a good guy and he took all the heat for the whole organization — like for Joe Lacob. The Warriors’ sin was apparently — almost surely — covering up the truth about Bogut’s injury, as in not being totally honest. Bad. They also sinned by allowing Bogut to play when he clearly wasn’t ready to play. That makes it look like they put pressure on him to play, although I do not know if it’s the case. The W’s are looking duplicitous and amateurish and truth-averse. Myers took the heat but many others are involved including the coach and the player. It’s usually a good strategy to tell the truth up front.

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  1. Stan

    Its been a pattern..from Monta’s affairs to even whats his name’s knee injury..and a couple of other examples. Its too bad,because the slow start has picked up steam in Lacob’s rule. On the other hand..the winning,has made what would have been a huge story more of “you better watch that” warnings from the media,and a few “You Lie!” on air.
    Meyers is sure going through cases of deodorant like a business man grilled by 60 Minutes.
    I’m watching, Bob…

    November 30th, 2012 4:06 pm

  2. gary

    Microfractue surgery…………….he is more likely to nver play again,than return
    this year.
    This was a horrible trade for the Warriors.
    So, situation normal.

    November 30th, 2012 5:33 pm

  3. lameduck

    The first place Warriors. Maybe stem cells could help?

    November 30th, 2012 7:27 pm

  4. Neal

    This is Warriorgate, the big cover up, would not be surprise if this Guy career is over.

    November 30th, 2012 10:29 pm

  5. Stan

    I get that feeling he’s reached Yao Ming age…the age Ming said he couldn’t play anymore because his foot would just break over and over. And that, for the Warriors, is too late. Bad Luck.

    December 1st, 2012 7:17 pm

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