Andrew Michael Bogut net worth is
Andrew Michael Bogut salary is
Andrew Michael Bogut Wiki/Biography
Andrew Michael Bogut, born on the 28th of November 1984, is an Australian basketball player who became famous when playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for teams including the Milwaukee Bucks, Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers.
So how much is Bogut’s net worth? As of early 2017, based on authoritative sources it is reported to be $24 million, acquired from his years playing professional basketball both in the NBA in the USA and for Australia’s national team, during a career which began in 2005.
Andrew Bogut Net Worth $24 Million
Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Bogut is the son of Michael and Anne Bogut who are Croatians who moved to Melbourne in the ‘70’s. Inspired by his idol, Croatian basketball player Toni Kukoč, Bogut started playing basketball in is teens and patterned his playing style on him.
Bogut continued playing basketball in high school, and eventually got into the Australian Institute of Sport. This exposed him to the international playing scene, having toured in the United States. He also competed in the East Australian Basketball League and the U-19 Australian national team where he was the Most Valuable Player in the 2003 FIBA Junior World Championships held in Greece.
In his college years, Bogut decided to leave Australia, and attended the University of Utah in the US where he earned various awards including Mountain West Conference Freshman of the Year, CollegeInsider.com All-Freshman Team honours, NABC second-team All-District 13 and second-team during his freshman year. Other accolades that he received also included National Player of the year by ESPN.com in his 2004-05 playing year, Associated Press first-team All-American, Naismith College Player of the Year honours and the John R. Wooden Award among others.
With his performance in college, in 2005 Bogut became the first overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft by the Milwaukee Bucks, the first Australian in history to become the first overall pick in the NBA draft. His inclusion in the team started his professional career in basketball and also tremendously helped his net worth. He played with the team for seven years, making the NBA Rookie First Team in his first season, before he was traded in 2012 to the Golden State Warriors.
In 2012, Bogut along with Stephen Jackson started playing with the Golden State Warriors, Unfortunately, he fractured his ankle early in the year that caused him to miss the rest of the season. The following year he was able to go back in the game and stayed with the team until 2016, including winning the NBA Championship in 2015. In June of 2016 he was traded to the Dallas Mavericks, but left the team later because of injuries. In 2017, he was once again traded, to the Philadelphia 76ers but was waived four days later. In March of 2017, he signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers but was also waived later in the month when he broke his left leg.
Aside from playing with the NBA, Bogut also played with Australia’s national team. He played with the team during the 2004 Athens Olympics, the 2004 FIBA World Championship, and the 2008 Beijing Olympics. In 2015, he again represented the Australian team at the 2015 FIBA Oceania Championship and the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro where the team placed fourth. His participation in Australia’s national team also helped in his career and wealth.
In his personal life, Andrew Bogut lives with long-time girlfriend Jessica O’Sullivan, and they have one child.
|Full Name||Andrew Bogut|
|Net Worth||$24 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 28, 1984|
|Place Of Birth||Brooklyn, New York, United States|
|Height||7' (2.13 m)|
|Weight||260 lb (118 kg)|
|Profession||Australian basketball player, National Basketball Association (NBA) player for Los Angeles Lakers|
|Education||St John's Regional College (Melbourne, Victoria), Lake Ginninderra (Canberra, ACT) College, University of Utah|
|Parents||Mišo Bogut, Ankica Bogut|
|Partner||Jessica O'Sullivan (2012–)|
|Awards||FIBA Oceania Championship (Gold medal, 2015 Australia/New Zealand), NBA champion (2015), FIBA U19 World Championship (Gold medal, 2003 Greece), John R. Wooden Award|
|Nominations||NBA draft: 2005 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall (Selected by Milwaukee Bucks), All-NBA Third Team (2010), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2015), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2006), NBA blocks leader (2011), National college player of the year (2005), MWC Player of the Year (2005), MWC Freshman of the Ye...|
|TV Shows||The Footy Show (2017), The Bolt Report (2017), Sunrise (2016), Mike & Mike (2013-2016), The Project (2010), Eddie McGuire Tonight (2012),|
|1||I think because I am a proven rookie that it is going to help me in the long run.|
|2||A lot of rookies hit the wall after 50 or 60 games.|
|3||I guess if you're a normal person and all of a sudden you're getting $10 million a year, it can go to your head.|
|4||Winning the Rookie of the Year would be nice but making the playoffs would be even nicer for me.|
|5||What I would say is I've only had one injury in my NBA career that was probably was because my core wasn't strong enough, when I had a stress fracture in my back.|
|6||These days, to be seven years in one spot in any pro sport is a pretty long tenure.|
|7||The public's got it right, a lot of NBA stars are arrogant and like to spend lots of money and have lots of girlfriends and all that.|
|8||Playing in sold out arenas several nights a week is something I have never experience before. I want to experience that. I want to experience that in my first year and build on that.|
|9||I'm not going to put my energy into dunking every time I get the ball. That's stupid.|
|10||You can't really get into regular football after you watch Australian rules football because it's just two different ends of the totem pole.|
|11||This is my job and I respect it enough to concentrate on it.|
|12||I'm not super-athletic.|
|13||I can cook a little bit but pretty much when I get back from practice I am pretty tired that I just order out.|
|14||The thing with NBA teams, a lot of times they just want to get you back on the floor to play, so as a player you've got to be very, very smart.|
|15||I'm not a fan of baseball really.|
|16||I just want to try to ignore the scrutiny and all the distractions and just play hard basketball and let the best come... Improving game by game and trying to improve my game is what I want to do.|
|17||In Australian culture, people are just more laid back, people aren't as serious, they just take their time with things. It's just like, whatever, if I don't get it done I don't get it done.|
|18||Going home to Australia, it's good to get home, but it's kind of bad too because you get used to that way of life again and you have to come back to America.|
|19||I've had two unlucky injuries that are the equivalent of walking under 1,000 ladders and seeing 1,000 black cats.|
|20||The American attitude is 'We're the best'. That's why the NBA guys who come from other countries, the Europeans, all sort of stick together away from the game.|
|Rome||2014||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Eddie McGuire Tonight||2012||TV Series||Himself|
|The 7PM Project||2010||TV Series||Himself - NBA Player / Himself|
|Mike & Mike||2013-2016||TV Series||Himself - Golden State Warriors / Himself - Golden Stae Warriors center / Forward|
|Rome Is Burning||2007||TV Series||Himself|