According to a report released by CSN Bay Area's Monte Poole, "The team has grown frustrated by Bogut’s unreliability, particularly in times of greatest need." Poole added that "Bogut’s well-documented injury history accounts for only part of the team’s annoyance."
Poole then reported the team's decision to draft Damian Jones was "an indication of the team’s frustration" with Bogut. The icing on the cake was Bogut's failure to produce throughout the playoffs before he suffered a left knee sprain in Game 5 of the NBA Finals that forced him to miss the series' final two games.
In 22 postseason appearances prior to his injury, Bogut has only averaged 4.6 points, 5.7 rebounds and 1.6 blocks while shooting 62.3 percent from the field. However, he was repeatedly bested on the boards by the likes of Enes Kanter, Steven Adams and Tristan Thompson.
Trade Rumours have surfaced as the Golden State Warriors have entered the Kevin Durant sweepstakes, and the team could reportedly move on from center Andrew Bogut as a way to clear cap space for the superstar, if it succeeds in its pursuit of the four-time scoring champion.