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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    Andrew Bogut's return to the NBA could play into the hands of the Breakers

    Andrew Bogut's return to the NBA could play into the hands of the Breakers


    Bogut, an NBA champion, played for the Sydney Kings last season in the Australian basketball league, winning the MVP, before then returning to the the Golden State Warriors for the final three months of the NBA season.

    Breakers CEO Matt Walsh says they're showing two-time NBA All Star Joakim Noah that he could walk a similar path, should he sign with them.

    Noah's a free agent, though has struggled in recent years, playing just 95 matches across three NBA seasons.

    He says while he hasn't touched base with Bogut, he thinks they have a pretty good shot.

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