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Andrew Bogut has shaken off jet-lag and turned back the clock to his NBA 2k mt glory days in his return to the Golden State Warriors but it was fellow Australian Patty Mills and the San Antonio Spurs who won their western conference showdown. The Spurs defeated the Warriors 111-105 in San Antonio on Monday with Bogut a surprise starter for the star-studded Warriors.

The 34-year-old finished with seven points and seven rebounds in 19 minutes. Bogut only arrived in California from Australia on Friday after his NBL season with the Sydney Kings and was expected to rest until the Warriors’ home game on Thursday against the Indiana Pacers.
 a foot injury to starting big man DeMarcus Cousins forced Bogut to fly to San Antonio and suit up.

Mills, with 10 points including two three-pointers, and DeMar DeRozan’s 26 points helped guide the Spurs to their ninth-straight victory as their late- season surge continued. Australian Thon Maker played a season-high 33 minutes for the Detroit nba coins, starting in place of rested All-Star forward Blake Griffin, and had seven points, nine rebounds, three assists and a block in a 126-119 road loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Elsewhere, Nikola Jokic had 21 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists to lead the Denver Nuggets past the Boston Celtics 114-105 and clinch a play-off berth. Jeremy Lin scored 20 points and Fred VanVleet had 13 points and 12 assists as the Toronto Raptors trounced the New York Knicks 128-92.

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