Unlucky Bogut ends tragic Cavs chapter
Andrew Bogut ends his tragic chapter at the Cleveland Cavaliers and joins the Los Angeles Lakers around shooting star Lonzo Ball.
In fact, Andrew Bogut wanted to win the NBA title with the Cleveland Cavaliers.However, his trade to LeBron James’s team turned into a tragedy in the pre-season – the Australian broke his leg in the first minute of the game when making his debut for the Cavs.
Now Bogut, who was with Dallas Mavericks before joining Cleveland team mate Dirk Nowitzki, is obviously looking for his luck on the West Coast: According to ESPN, the 2.13 metre center is signing a one-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers for a minimum of 2.3 million US dollars.
Thus, shooting star Lonzo Ball gets an experienced basket protector at his side.
The 32-year-old defensive specialist had his most successful period from 2012 to 2016 with the Golden State Warriors, with whom he became NBA champion in 2015.Bogut had previously played in Milwaukee Bucks’ jersey for seven seasons, when he was the number one runner-up in 2005.