Watch Andrew Bogut Do Little Bit of Everything Against Clips in Game 3

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Andrew Bogut had a great game on Thursday night in Los Angeles.

Scratch that.

Andrew Bogut had a terrific game.

In the Warriors' 132-105 win over the Clippers in Game 3, the 34-year old recorded eight points, 14 rebounds, five assists, one steal and one block. In 25 minutes, he was +24.

The No. 1 overall pick in the 2005 draft was instrumental in getting Kevin Durant off to a hot start:

Bogut led the Dubs with four "screen assists," according to NBA.com.

The 2015 All-Defensive selection also made a signifcant impact on the defensive end:

Klay Thompson was cold to start the game. He missed his first four shots.

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Bogut helped change that a couple minutes into the second quarter:

After practice on Wednesday, head coach Steve Kerr said the Warriors are lucky to have Bogut.

On Thursday, you saw exactly why.

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