According to the Mercury News, Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut aims to play tonight in Toronto against the Raptors. Due to a bum left ankle, Bogut has only suited up for 4 games this season so far: “When the Warriors tip off Monday night, don’t be surprised if a 7-foot-1 Australian is on the court. Warriors starting center Andrew Bogut is aiming at coming back Monday night in Toronto. It will all depend on how he feels after pregame warmups. But multiple sources said Bogut is planning to give it ago. At Monday’s shootaround at the Air Canada Centre, Bogut was wearing his practice jersey on the blue side — reserved for the starters. Plus there was a buzz about the center’s probable return. The Warriors are being quiet on the matter and coach Mark Jackson maintains his stance that Bogut will come back when he is ready. [...] One source said the Warriors don’t need to see how he looks because the barometer is how he feels and what he can do on the court. So even though he hasn’t participated in a full practice, he is still cleared to jump into a game when he feels ready.”