NBA Star Andrew Bogut Opens Up About Croatian Generals

Golden State Warrior’s Australian-Croatian centre Andrew Bogut has told a Croatian portal that he was “proud” and “happy” when he woke up to the news last week that the Hague court had freed Croatian generals Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac.

“Although I am not born in Croatia I have to say that I was very, very proud and happy when I saw that the Hague freed our generals,” Bogut told tportal.hr.

The 28-year-old former No. 1 NBA draft pick is expected to miss the team’s next three games as he recovers from ankle surgery which has kept him out of the game. Bogut moved to California to play for the Golden State Warriors from Milwaukee last season.

“California is a great place to live. My house is 20 minutes drive from Oakland and the climate is all I could wish for. I have everything here and I am enjoying it, 100 times better than Milwaukee,” said Bogut.

Bogut, whose father was born in Osijek in eastern Croatia and mother in Karlovac, spends his time between America-Croatia-Australia after buying an apartment on the Croatian island of Pag.

6 comments on “NBA Star Andrew Bogut Opens Up About Croatian Generals

  1. Ricky says:

    Meh, dude you can’t even play a whole or even a half a season, so I think you need to sit down and shut up. Bucks traded you because you can’t stay healthy so stop it, you’re making a fool of yourself.

  2. Mark Belling says:

    He will never play a full season again. What a way to treat a town that loved him. Scumbag.

  3. joe wier says:

    i think his feelings are hurt because the bucks got tired of him

  4. Russell says:

    And he openly supports war criminals. The guy is a joke

  5. johnny boy says:

    Russell,

    He openly supports ACCUSED war criminals, since when is it wrong to stand up and support something you believe in ? Not everyone keeps there mouth shut and agree’s to all the propaganda in the news.

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