Andrew Bogut has posted 20 points, 21 rebounds and seven blocks over the past two games for the Golden State Warriors, and his teammates are much more confident about their chances in the playoffs as long as the big man stays healthy.

"If he plays like he has the last two games," forward Carl Landry said, "we're pretty tough."

The Warriors still must see whether Bogut can sustain this level of play -- and, most importantly, health -- against elevated competition.

"He really showed how good he can be when he has a live body and he's protecting the paint like we expect him to be," Warriors coach Mark Jackson said.