Warriors Add Another MVP

Trey Owens, Staff Writer

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The Golden State Warriors are adding another MVP to their roster.

The Golden State Warriors are signing former center Andrew Bogut to a one-year deal. With injuries to Damian Jones and Kevon Looney, the Warriors were in need of more depth behind Demarcus Cousins.

Bogut, 34, was competing overseas in the Australian league, the NBL. Bogut recently received a letter of clearance from his Australian club, the Sydney Kings, which is required to play in the NBA again.

Bogut won the NBL’s league MVP award this season, averaging 11 in both points and rebounds, while adding 3 blocks a game.

The Golden State Warriors won the NBA title in 2015 with Andrew Bogut starting at center.

 

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