This week, Andrew Bogut has been causing quite a stir with his comments about Josh Giddey. According to Bogut, there’s been an allegation that a certain individual misled Josh Giddey about her age. What’s intriguing is that Bogut asserts that both the OKC Thunder and the NBA were aware of this situation even before it gained momentum on social media. Importantly, Bogut emphasizes that no formal charges will be filed by the girl’s family against the player.
In addition to these revelations, Bogut had more to share during a recent podcast appearance. He delved into the topic of NBA groupies and shared firsthand accounts of their behavior. One anecdote involved girls waiting in a hotel lobby as one NBA team departed, hoping to connect with players from another team that was arriving.
Bogut also highlighted a concerning trend where players would leave women in their hotel rooms, only to return and discover missing belongings or hotel property. These candid insights shed light on a lesser-known aspect of life in the NBA.
Andrew Bogut, a former NBA No. 1 draft pick, bid farewell to the NBA in 2020. His illustrious career spanned 14 seasons, featuring stints with the Bucks, Warriors, Mavericks, Cavaliers, and Lakers. He spent his final two years, in 2018 and 2019, playing in Sydney.
Andrew Bogut speaks on Girls in the NBA and shares some insane untold stories…
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Throughout his NBA journey, Bogut achieved numerous accolades, including All-Rookie first-team honors in 2006 and an All-NBA third-team selection in 2010. He reached a career-high average of 15.9 points and 10.2 rebounds per game during his prime. With lifetime averages of 9.6 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 2.2 assists per game, Bogut left an indelible mark on the league.
Notably, he was renowned for his exceptional passing skills, solidifying his status as one of the finest passing big men in the sport’s history.