Andrew Bogut (knee) travels with Warriors, awaiting MRI results

— -- The status of injured Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut for Thursday's Game 6 of the NBA Finals remains uncertain, but Bogut did travel Tuesday with the team to Cleveland, according to league sources.

Sources told that an official update on Bogut's health, which had been expected Tuesday night, will most likely come Wednesday now.

Sources say that the Warriors, following a long travel day, continued into the night with their review of the data from an MRI exam on Bogut's sprained left knee before the team's departure to Ohio.

There was cautious optimism in the Warriors' camp late Monday that Bogut did not suffer any structural damage following the hard hit he absorbed in a mid-air collision defending  Cleveland guard  J.R. Smith's drive to the basket. But Bogut was seen walking very gingerly as he left the arena Monday night.

Although the Warriors have been outscored by 25 points in Bogut's 60 minutes on the floor in the series, he was a major spark in Golden State's Game 2 victory at home, recording ?six blocked shots.

Bogut became the first player to register six blocked shots in an NBA Finals game since Pau Gasol in 2010.