Andrew Bogut nearing a return to the National Basketball Association from native Australia's NBL

Posted March 07, 2019

He averaged 11.6 points for the Sydney Kings this past season, earned the NBL Best Defensive Player Award and was voted to the All-NBL First Team.

"I think there is definitely an interest within Andrew Bogut and his inner circle to heading back to the National Basketball Association, he had a great season in Australia, but it would behove him not to listen to what National Basketball Association opportunities are out there and the fact that there are multiple contending teams expressing interest already, you have to listen", Charania said.

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In February, 2017 the Mavericks sent Bogut to the Philadelphia 76ers, who waived him nearly immediately, allowing the Cleveland Cavaliers to pick him up. He played four seasons with the Warriors and was a member of the 2014-15 championship team.

Andrew Bogut warms up for the Sydney Kings for a playoff game. He is coming off an MVP campaign with the Sydney Kings.

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But Yahoo Sport claim the 34-year-old will return to the Warriors, where he won the 2015 NBA Championship.

However, with the Raptors, Bucks, and Nuggets looking like serious threats this year, adding Bogut will give the team needed depth and one more experienced weapon to turn to come April. And it's no shock that it started with Cousins, who has built up a reputation as a loose cannon and one of the league's most immature players.

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