Warriors sign Andrew Bogut

Warriors sign Andrew Bogut

Warriors sign Andrew Bogut

Durant said Bogut will add some knowledge since he's been a Warrior before, and he looks forward to having the Australian center on the team.

Bogut, 34, is a beloved figure at the Warriors and the San Francisco Bay area after helping build the team into the NBA's most dominant force.

Bogut is expected to hold a formal press conference with the Sydney Kings of Australia's NBL to announce his move in the near future. He last appeared in an National Basketball Association game with the Lakers last season on January 1, 2018. "He's a guy we have a lot of experience with". He knows how we do things around here.

He was a member of the 2015 championship squad but the team made a decision to offload him to the Dallas Mavericks in 2016 to clear salary cap space to sign All-Star Kevin Durant.

"It's exciting", said Curry.

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"The fact that he's doing what he's doing in Australia, obviously he still loves to play the game. I know he'll be able to help us". This would turn out to be the last series Durant would play with the Oklahoma City Thunder, and the last run Bogut would sport a Warriors uniform. The Warriors now lead the Western Conference at 44-20.

Bogut went on to have brief stints with Dallas, Cleveland and the Los Angeles Lakers and was an unsigned free agent when he joined Sydney last April.

Terms of Bogut's contract with the Warriors were not revealed.

Originally selected by Milwaukee with the first overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft, Bogut was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team in 2006 and was an All-NBA Third Team selection in 2009-10.

For those who witnessed the flip of the page under head coach Steve Kerr, one that saw the Warriors transform from playoff hopefuls to a perennial championship team, images like this would bring memories of the screens Bogut would set with his 7-foot frame, ones that Curry used to connect in an all-time record 402 3-pointers in 2015-16 - his last MVP season.

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