SYDNEY (Reuters) – Andrew Bogut, one of the most decorated players in Australian basketball, is expected to sign with the reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors, according to a report on the league’s website on Monday.
Bogut, who won a championship with Golden State in 2015, intends to sign with the Stephen Curry-led Warriors once he receives clearance from the Sydney Kings of Australia’s National Basketball League (NBL), the report said.
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The 34-year-old towering center is coming off a standout campaign in Australia and could help the Warriors shore up their big-man depth as they chase a third consecutive NBA championship and fourth in five seasons.
Kings coach Andrew Gaze told Australian radio station SEN the team would always honor a player’s decision to pursue an opportunity in the National Basketball Association.
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“Our club has a philosophy that we’re never going to stand in the way of players to go on to play in the NBA,” said Gaze.
Bogut, who became Australia’s first number one NBA draft pick when...
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