Agents Rumors

Andrew Bogut is targeting his return following the Warriors’ four-game trip, his agent, David Bauman, told Bay Area News Group. Although nothing is finalized, Bogut could play as early as when the Warriors host the Indiana Pacers on March 21 at Oracle Arena. Bogut had initially hoped to join the Warriors at some point during their four-game trip. But after signing a veteran’s minimum deal on March 6, Bogut has been the process of acquiring a work visa since he is an Australian native.
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green told ESPN’s The Undefeated on Tuesday that he has officially signed with a new representation agency in Klutch Sports that also represents LeBron James. Green, a three-time NBA champion and three-time All-Star, was previously represented by agent B.J. Armstrong with The Wasserman Group. Green signed with Klutch Sports, led by president and agent Rich Paul, on Feb. 27 in Miami.
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Green will be an unrestricted free agent in 2020. “Klutch is a cutting-edge company, it’s a pure environment, and I’ve grown to know Rich over the years,” Green told The Undefeated. “We’ve become very close. When you really take a step back and actually study what is going on, he checks every box that a player would want in an agent. So, why not? Some are afraid of what people will think or what will be said. That’s not the case for me.”
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Andrew Bogut is targeting his return following the Warriors’ four-game trip, his agent, David Bauman, told Bay Area News Group. Although nothing is finalized, Bogut could play as early as when the Warriors host the Indiana Pacers on March 21 at Oracle Arena. Bogut had initially hoped to join the Warriors at some point during their four-game trip. But after signing a veteran’s minimum deal on March 6, Bogut has been the process of acquiring a work visa since he is an Australian native.