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Change your ball get the Warriors have agreed on a contract extension multiple reports put the number three years the number of millions at 36. Bogut will be able to make more than sentences welts that are would've been a free agent. At the end of the season. That's what that are Warriors insider now Monte Poole on the telephone Monty -- initial thoughts on the extension for the center. What we've known for a little bit of time now that this is in the works of both sides were actually doing that. Bogut has said all along that he wanted to wanted to play through the Warriors like -- they believe you felt the and there was a question of if what they could agree on the -- And -- at the beginning that you know what I understand that blood for definite -- thought that they thought. And play obviously it's going to be one of the incident that support of this contract. So money in the offseason look at it trading possibly -- ball to get ready and bring in Dwight Howard and on the block them up for three more years in the future what's changed in just this 32 short months. Well you know what I'm not so sure they were that close on Dwight Howard. Picture they were close but to build a good that they were close. But Bob Myers and equipment hopes they would like -- have been so I think that it may have had some of them. -- hurt getting over that but by and large it would take where they have a -- they like if you commit. Think Monty real quick here how big is Andrew Bogut to the future success of this team is he right behind south Seth Curry is the guy and the lawyers do they need to -- for championship. Yes second most important player the -- because. -- the rim protector in the quarters realize that they can't be a championship level contender the last they have somewhat to defend the rim let them play defense. Bogut of the anchored at the -- view the one guy they have. One big if they have they know they can trust on the defensive end if -- LP. He had to pick up by Kerry Wood right there what the white are marked default. Both guys so. If you all of back -- they can make really can be potential championship contender.
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It's been 10 years since the 2003 NLCS, and five moments still stick out about the Cubs' wild ride for former pitcher Kerry Wood . Catch the full story as CSN debuts "5 Outs..." Tuesday at 9 p.m.
Bill Murray stole the show at Kerry Wood 's Wiffle Ball Classic back on Aug. 10. Here are some of his highlights of coaching and playing in the fundraiser at Wrigley Field.
Beginning tonight at 7:00, join Comcast SportsNet as we air Woody's Wiffle Ball Classic. Watch as celebrities and athletes join former Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood and raise money for the Wood Family Foundation.
Kerry Wood 's first annual Wiffle Ball Classic game earlier this month featured a collection of past Cubs players, including Todd Walker, who is very familiar with Theo Epstein and the front office.
Derrek Lee didn't get the big sendoff Kerry Wood got from Cubs fans, but the ex-slugger got a nice reception from fans at Wrigley Field Saturday for Wood's Wiffle Ball Classic.
A year after retirement and with his foundation's upcoming celebrity Wiffle Ball event at Wrigley Field, Cubs legend Kerry Wood makes his next pitch: changing the lives of Chicago's troubled youth.
Part 2 of Kerry Wood : Life Changer looks at Kerry's transition from player to retirement, PED scandals and his involvement with trying to make a positive impact on some of Chicago's troubled youth.
In the final installment of Kerry Wood : Life Changer, the former Cubs fireballer talks about the genesis of his Wiffle Ball tournament, being a spring training "coach" and his commitment to kids in Chicago.
Kerry Wood may no longer be playing for the Cubs, but that hasn't kept him out of the news, as a bizarre story surfaced Tuesday that the Cubs icon had stumbled across a dead body earlier this week.