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Andrew Bogut
Andrew Bogut
Position: -
Born: 11/28/84
Height: 7-0 / 2.13
Weight:244 lbs. / 111.1 kg.
Earnings: $118,591,363 ($134,356,623*)
Bogut, who is playing in Sydney this season, offered his thoughts to The Athletic recently, including comments on both Ball and Hampton and how important the Next Stars program is. “I think it’s huge for the league. Gives us some notoriety for now,” he said. “I think that NBA one-and-done rule is going to get shaved pretty soon, though. I think they’ll get rid of one-and-done, but they’ll continue to pump money into the G League and keep these kids in the United States. They’ll pass some rule to have these kids making 150, 200 grand, whatever it takes to keep them in the United States. I hope it doesn’t. I hope it is what it is for the next 30 years, but I think something will eventually change.”
“The NBA? Yeah, possibly,” Bogut told RSN radio on Tuesday. “I doubt the Warriors will come calling because I think they’re going to go, obviously, full rebuild mode,” he said of the once-mighty Golden State, who have sensationally plummeted to the bottom of the western conference with a 2-12 record. “But I think it’s definitely feasible if it’s the right situation, but I won’t go back just for the sake of going back.
Australian basketball star Andrew Bogut has revealed the extent of the reaction from Chinese fans over his Sun Yang tweet this summer, in an article for The Daily Telegraph. “Swimmers who medal vs Sun Yang should break the podiums with hammers,” Bogut tweeted on July 23, in reference to the Chinese swimming star’s controversial drug test. “This ‘harmless joke’ had thrown an endless barrage of death threats, sexual violence threats and vile abuse you wouldn’t spew to your worst enemy,” the 34-year-old wrote.
“Enjoy the next few weeks,” Bogut tweeted at Morey as the response ramped up on social media. “Thanks @dmorey for taking some of the nsml’s I was flooded with,” Bogut tweeted to Morey. “’NMSL’ was the standout of my mentions for months on social media,” Bogut wrote in The Daily Telegraph. “I believe the acronym translates to something along the lines of ‘Your Mother will die’.”
Storyline: Morey's Hong Kong Tweet