Jermaine O'Neal 7 | Center

Golden State Warriors

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Sat. Apr 19, 2014 Subscribe 
News: O'Neal will start at center Saturday with Andrew Bogut (ribs) sidelined, FoxNews reports. Impact: O'Neal started 11 games at center during the regular season, averaging 10.2 points, 7.0 rebounds, and 0.9 blocks in 26 minutes per game. It's possible the Warriors could extend O'Neal's minutes with the games counting for more in the playoffs, but in general, O'Neal will likely only be an option in daily leagues and in deeper playoff leagues. The Warriors are matching up against the Clippers, and most prognosticators have the Clip Mode Squad advancing.(RotoWire, )
Fri. Apr 18, 2014
News: Golden State Warriors coach Mark Jackson says O'Neal will start in place of injured center Andrew Bogut for Game 1 of their opening-round playoff series at the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday. Impact: Jackson said Friday that he wants O'Neal to start because it's easier for the 35-year-old veteran to stay loose. He also says O'Neal provides a similar skill set to Bogut, who is out indefinitely with a fractured right rib. O'Neal averaged 7.9 points and 5.5 rebounds in 44 games this season, his 18th in the NBA. He sat out 25 games following surgery on his right wrist in December and also missed time with injuries to his right foot, groin and both knees.(STATS, 2:27pm)
Thu. Apr 17, 2014
News: O'Neal or Draymond Green will get the nod for Andrew Bogut (ribs) in Saturday's series opener at the Clippers, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Impact: With no clear return date in mind from the broken rib that he sustained Sunday at Portland, coach Mark Jackson has a decision to make regarding his starting five as the playoffs open. In 13 starts during the regular season, O'Neal averaged 10.5 points (on 57.7 percent shooting), 7.1 boards, 1.1 blocks, and 0.8 assists in 24.9 minutes.(RotoWire, )
Wed. Apr 16, 2014
News: O'Neal (rest) didn't travel with the team to Denver, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Impact: O'Neal will sit out Wednesday to get his body ready for the playoffs. With Andrew Bogut (ribs) out without a timetable for a return, O'Neal will be the Warriors' starting center to begin the playoffs. For Wednesday, Hilton Armstrong will get the start.(RotoWire, )
Mon. Apr 14, 2014
News: O'Neal scored 10 points (3-9 FG, 4-4 FT) and grabbed four rebounds in 21 minutes Monday. Impact: O'Neal is poised to be the starting center until further notice after the injury to Andrew Bogut (ribs). While the veteran big probably won't see big minutes due to his age, he still can provide value in deeper leagues. He remains an intriguing pickup for the Warriors' final regular season game on Wednesday.(RotoWire, )
Mon. Apr 14, 2014
News: O'Neal should start the Warriors' final two games of the season, as Andrew Bogut (ribs) has been ruled out and is questionable for the start of the playoffs, Yahoo! Sports' Marc J. Spears reports. Impact: O'Neal has some added value for the final two games and could contribute modestly in points with excellent production in blocks and rebounds.(RotoWire, )
Apr 13, 2014
News: O'Neal (knee) returned to the court Sunday after a one-game absence. He came off the bench and finished with six points, three rebounds and one assist in 20 minutes of action. Impact: O'Neal played his normal complement of minutes Sunday, so it's reasonable to assume that he'll be good to go in future games. He provided some relevant box scores when he was a fill-in starter, but his normal role off the bench leaves him with little time to have much of an impact.(RotoWire, )
Fri. Apr 11, 2014
News: O'Neal (knee) won't play Friday at the Lakers, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Impact: After starting several games in place of Andrew Bogut, O'Neal will take his turn watching from the sidelines, as he deals with a sore left knee. Thankfully, Andrew Bogut is healthy, and David Lee is active as well, so O'Neal's presence won't be missed as much as it could have.(RotoWire, )
Mon. Apr 7, 2014
News: O'Neal moved back to a reserve role as Andrew Bogut (pelvis) returned to action for Sunday's game against Utah. He finished with seven points, 10 rebounds, two assists and one blocked shot in 18 minutes in a win. Impact: O'Neal, who had started the past four games, is still a needed commodity off the bench. Especially while David Lee (hamstring) remains sidelined.(RotoWire, )
Jermaine O'Neal
2013-14 Season
Ht: 6' 11"  Wt: 262  Age: 35
Born: 10/13/1978, Columbia, South Carolina
College: None
Drafted: 1996 - Rd 1
(17th overall by the Trail Blazers)
Injury Status
No Current Injury