OAKLAND – Though the Warriors did not scrimmage on Sunday, center Andrew Bogut rejoined his teammates for practice, his first activity since the Game 5 win over Portland last Wednesday.

Bogut’s status for Game 1 Monday night against Oklahoma City remains uncertain, with coach Steve Kerr indicating a decision will be made after Bogut’s pregame workout Monday afternoon.

“We got up and down the floor a little bit with some drill work and he did everything,” Kerr said. “I would just say he’s questionable for (Monday). He’s got to go through his warmup before the game and we’ll see.

“It was encouraging today just to get him on the floor. And there were no setbacks.”

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Bogut is recovering from a right adductor strain sustained in the second quarter of Game 5 against the Trail Blazers.

If Bogut is unable to play in Game 1 against the Thunder, the Warriors will turn to Festus Ezeli as their starting center.