Bogut bombshell: Is Kings star headed back to National Basketball Association?

Bogut bombshell: Is Kings star headed back to National Basketball Association?

Bogut bombshell: Is Kings star headed back to National Basketball Association?

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

The Bucks selected Bogut with the draft's top pick in 2005 out of Utah, marking the first time that the first overall selection in both the National Basketball Association and NFL Drafts came from the same school with the San Francisco 49ers using their first overall pick to take quarterback Alex Smith.

An unsigned free agent, Bogut returned to Australia and played for the Kings in 2018-19.

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.

He was named the NBL's Most Valuable Player and Best Defensive Player.

Roy Williams helped off court during UNC game
In the first half of North Carolina's game against Clemson , Roy Williams , coach of the Tar Heels , fell to one knee. Cam Johnson added 19 points and Luke Maye had 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Tar Heels (24-5, 14-2 ACC).

A reunion with the Warriors isn't as farfetched as it sounds.

The Warriors were reportedly interested in acquiring Robin Lopez or DeAndre Jordan if the two centers are waived by their teams.

Watch above for the full incident with Warriors big man DeMarcus Cousins and a few different Celtics that occurred in the fourth quarter, with Golden State down by 28 points at the time. The Sixers are quite thin at the 5-spot and could really use someone like Andrew Bogut.

Bogut was also with Golden State when they lost the 2016 NBA Finals despite holding a commanding 3-1 series lead over Cleveland. This season, he played for Australia's Sydney Kings of the NBL.

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