Top Andrew Bogut News

  • Andrew Bogut: Announces retirement

    Bogut announced his retirement Monday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

    Bogut actually broke the news himself on his "Rogue Bogues" podcast, noting that he had initially hoped to play for Australia in the 2020 Olympics prior to the Games' postponement due to the pandemic. Instead, Bogut will retire after a lengthy international and NBA career that spanned 14 seasons. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft, Bogut spent time in Milwaukee, Golden State, Dallas, Cleveland and Los Angeles before playing the last two seasons in Australia. Bogut was an All-NBA Third Team selection in 2009-10 and won an NBA championship as a member of the Warriors in 2014-15.

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  • Andrew Bogut: Injures ankle

    Bogut is listed as day-to-day after suffering an ankle injury during an exhibition game against Team Germany on Wednesday, Olgun Uluc of FOX Sports reports.

    Early medical reports came back favorable for Bogut, but it still seems that he'll need some time to recover in advance of the FIBA Basketball World Cup.

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  • Andrew Bogut: Plans to head back to Australia

    Bogut revealed after the NBA Finals that he plans to re-sign with the Sydney Kings of Australia's National Basketball League during the offseason, Dalton Johnson of NBC Sports Area reports.

    Bogut announced his retirement from the NBA in April 2018, but the 34-year-old was lured back to North America less than a year later when the Warriors came calling. The veteran center filled a minor depth role in his second stint with the club, appearing in 11 regular-season games and 19 postseason contests. After his deal with Golden State expired June 30, Bogut has elected not to pursue a deal in the NBA and will instead return to his home country to finish out his professional career.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 7-0, 260 lbs
Birthplace: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Age: 37
School: Utah
Experience: 14