The Warriors Will Reportedly Bring Andrew Bogut Back From Australia

The Warriors Will Reportedly Bring Andrew Bogut Back From Australia

The Warriors Will Reportedly Bring Andrew Bogut Back From Australia

According to Fox Sports Australia, Bogut's contract with the Kings doesn't have an NBA-out clause and would need the Kings' permission to play elsewhere during the NBL's offseason.

Following the Sydney Kings' 2-0 semi-final series loss to Melbourne United, reports out of the United States suggest multiple clubs are looking to sign the free agent.

Andrew Bogut warms up for the Sydney Kings for a playoff game.

Bogut played sparingly in just 23 games with the Lakers last season before being waived.

His NBA career highlights include winning a championship with the Warriors in 2014-15 and making the All-NBA Third Team with the Milwaukee Bucks in 2009-10.

"To be honest, I'm not feeling good at all", Brown said about the current state of the Celtics, via CBS Boston.

The big fella is coming off an MVP campaign down under.

Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown also played key roles with 17 and 18 points, respectively, as the Celtics put in one of their best performances of the season in their first of four on the road.

Even though his numbers last season for the Lakers were modest - 1.6 points and 3.4 rebounds in 9.4 minutes per game - Bogut's experience can not be discounted.

Andrew Bogut is contracted to the Kings until the end of 2020.

"The fact that he has several suitors in the National Basketball Association is really a testament to his season and toward the year he's had with the Sydney Kings, but it's a realistic possibility in the next week or two".

At the time, Bogut said he was hoping that by playing in the NBL himself, other Australian stars playing elsewhere would decide to come back and play in the league.

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