Andris Biedrins has been waived to make room for Erik Murphy, the Jazz just announced.
Andris Biedrins and Brandon Rush will both practice today. Enes Kanter will get treatment on his sprained ankle.
The latest ankle news: Enes Kanter won't practice today. Andris Biedrins will get his first practice in since his injury.
Jazz update: Andris Biedrins suffers sprained ankle. Doubtful vs. OKC. Jazz will likely have 10 players available.
NBA.com "The Golden State Warriors have acquired veteran guard/forward Andre Iguodala (E-gu-doll-a) in a sign-and-trade deal from the Denver Nuggets and guard Kevin Murphy from the Utah Jazz as part of a three-team trade, it was announced today. As part of the deal, the Warriors sent center Andris..." July 11
Also: Latest signals on Warriors say GS-Dubs still aggressively exploring their trade options but ONLY w/Jefferson & Biedrins. NOT Bogut
CSN Bay Area "As was expected, Golden State Warriors center Andris Biedrins will exercise his player option and return to the Bay Area for the 2013-14 season, according to his agent Bill Duffy. Biedrins, 27, held a player option for next season that will pay him $9 million for the final year of his six-year,..." May 24
San Francisco Chronicle "The sequence of events could not have been stranger. The Warriors brought out two of Wilt Chamberlain's teammates on Monday evening to reminisce about his historic 100-point game, now 10 days away from its 50th anniversary celebration in Philadelphia. Al Attles and Tom Meschery painted a..." February 21
San Francisco Chronicle "Warriors center Andris Biedrins spoke publicly Monday for the first time since logging only 9 1/2 minutes in Friday's loss to Oklahoma City and having his "motor" questioned by head coach Mark Jackson. Biedrins is averaging 16 1/2 minutes per game this season, his lowest mark since 2005-06...." January 31
San Francisco Chronicle "When Orlando brings "Daily Double" to Oracle Arena tonight, the Warriors won't have either portion of their double-barreled center attack at full strength. Dwight Howard has more double-doubles than anyone in the game since he entered the league in 2004-05. Warriors center Andris Biedrins has a..." January 12
San Francisco Chronicle "The Warriors struck out in their quest for a dramatic player upgrade. Tyson Chandler? Chris Paul? Dream on. However, the Warriors may have stumbled upon two new players, both potential All-Stars: Monta Ellis and Andris Biedrins. Both claim to have undergone emotional makeovers. If they..." December 18
San Francisco Chronicle "The Warriors have a chiseled 7-foot, 255-pound center in their training camp, a big man who moves well, plays a physical style and alters opponents' shots in the paint. Get this: It's Andris Biedrins. It hasn't stopped them from looking for another one, but the Warriors seem convinced they..." December 11
San Francisco Chronicle "Former Warriors coach Don Nelson slipped in a handful of noteworthy tidbits amid an hourlong interview that covered the breadth of his career Monday night on "Chronicle Live" on CSN Bay Area. In his most provocative comment, Nelson seemed to say he was fired primarily for asking center Andris..." March 22
San Francisco Chronicle "Andris Biedrins is not your typical macho jock, tending instead to be hypersensitive and quick to lose confidence. His efforts to overcome his self-doubt reached a critical juncture Wednesday when his sinking career hit a new low: He did not start at center for a Warriors team that doesn't have..." March 04
Oakland Tribune "Warriors coach Keith Smart had too much invested in his starting center to give up. Not just because the Warriors are paying Andris Biedrins $9 million a year to get double-doubles. Not just because he's vital to any hopes the Warriors have of making a run at the postseason. Smart can't give..." February 03
San Francisco Chronicle "The clamoring from the owner, media and fans for rookie Ekpe Udoh to eat into the minutes of unproductive Andris Biedrins were amplified so much last week that Warriors coach Keith Smart couldn't hear himself think. So right in the middle of practice, Smart muted the echoes of bouncing balls..." February 01