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  •   Home > News > Sports > Basketball

    Andrew Bogut swinging against refereeing following Australia's 95-88 basketball World Cup loss to Spain

    Andrew Bogut has gone down swinging against the refereeing after Australia's 95-88 basketball World Cup double over-time loss to Spain in the semi-finals of basketball's World Cup


    Bogut, who conceded a dubious foul in the dying seconds of regulation, stormed through the media zone match with an expletive riddled spray.

    He called the officiating a disgrace and urged the media to Google where the headquarters of FIBA is.

    For the record, the FIBA headquarters are in Switzerland.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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