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  • Andrew Bogut heading back to NBA and Golden State Warriors

    Sydney Kings confirm centre’s short-term dealBogut will return to Sydney for next NBL seasonThe Sydney Kings have confirmed star centre Andrew Bogut will return to the NBA to play a short stint for the reigning champion Golden State Warriors. The Kings said Bogut would sign a short-term contract with the Warriors for the remainder of the current NBA season and he will be back in Sydney for the next NBL season. Continue reading

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  • Watch this NBA player name all 50 states in just 30 seconds

    MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Bucks player Sterling Brown took the crowd to school on Thursday night. Brown showed off some serious geography skills by naming all 50 states in just 30 seconds. The impressive moment was shared in a video on the Bucks’ Twitter. The best part? Brown names the states in no particular order. He said he remembered all the states from social studies class. Sterling Brown just named ALL 50 states in 30 seconds!! 😱#FearTheDeer pic.twitter.com/h4w0PfNWYc — Milwaukee Bucks [

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  • Who is Ja Morant? Murray State’s top NBA draft prospect, explained

    The mid-major star will be in the NCAA tournament after helping his team win the Ohio Valley tournament. Ja Morant is going dancing. Murray State’s sophomore point guard helped his team punch a ticket to the NCAA tournament on Saturday night by dropping 36 points, seven rebounds, and three assists in a win over Belmont to secure the automatic bid by winning the Ohio Valley tournament. This is wonderful news for just about everyone involved: the NCAA tournament needs Ja Morant as much as Morant...

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  • Andrew Bogut to return to NBA for second stint with Golden State Warriors – video

    Sydney Kings centre Andrew Bogut has announced he will return to the NBA in the US to play for the reigning champion Golden State Warriors. 'This wasn't something I set out to do, to come back to the NBA. I thought I closed that door after signing with the Sydney Kings,' Bogut said. 'I would be crazy to give the chance up to win a championship with one of the greatest teams in basketball.' Bogut also said he will be back to play for the Kings in the next NBL season.  Continue reading

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