CSN's Monte Poole first tweeted earlier today that center Andrew Bogut would make his return to the court tonight after suffering a concussion earlier this season.
It appears #Warriors C Andrew Bogut (concussion) will be good to go vs #Pistons. Confirmation coming next few hours.— Monte Poole (@MontePooleCSN) November 9, 2015
However, as explained yesterday, that doesn't mean that he'll start or even play: with center Festus Ezeli playing well enough to help the team remain undefeated thus far this season, there's no need to rush Bogut back into action. Yet with Pistons center Andre Drummond turning into a destroyer of worlds in the paint thus far this season, it's nice to know that the Warriors will have all hands on deck tonight.
On 50th anniversary of Nate Thurmond's 42-rebound game vs. Detroit, Warriors host the Pistons & NBA rebound leader Andre Drummond (20.3 RPG)— GSWStats (@gswstats) November 9, 2015
What's most important though is knowing that Golden State is getting closer to full strength, which should be a very scary proposition for everyone else in the league.