Anonymous
Last month

I'm embarrassed and disappointed at NBL: Bogut

Bogut just tweeted this. He hinted he'll speak more about it in due course but offered his congratulations to Perth.

Will be interesting to see what he has to say, he's got form from the world cup in going after FIBA!

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Perthworld  
Last month

Dickhead gunna dickhead. Complete and utter moron. Time to retire now.

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Luuuc  
Last month

Waiting for Bogut to tell us to Google where the headquarters of the f***ing NBL are

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Anonymous  
Last month

https://pim-resources.coleparmer.com/instruction-manual/adam-nimbus-usermanualnblrev2.pdf

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Zodiac  
Last month

Getting a bit sick of the pissing and moaning from Bogut. The NBL couldn't have handled the GF series any better IMO.

I don't want to hear any whinging from the Kings after the NBL bent over backwards to get them into the GF this season first with allowing them a fourth import and secondly in allowing them to swap out Kuany Kunay for Xavier Cooks.

Gagf.

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D2.0  
Last month

Isaac,
Is there some way to have a permanent thread pinned to the top of the forum?

Just call it: "Bogut - The latest dickhead thing he's had to say".

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Anonymous  
Last month

He believed in Pizzagate. Anything he says gets a line put through it immediately.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Great player probably our best so far, but sometimes you just got shut up and get on with it.

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Yinka Dare  
Last month

Kings had 2 home games and lost them both. Ware was terrible.
Kings choked when it mattered

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Anonymous  
Last month

In fairness to Bogut he does say it has nothing to do with the result.. At least wait to hear him talk about it tomorrow before we jump to conclusions..

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Anonymous  
Last month

Bogut is the loudmouth man child Dipshit you have in class from years 7-10. Cool and funny at the start but by the end of year 10 everyone just wants the guy to dropout and leave the rest of us to move forward.

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Anonymous  
Last month

His twitter message seems to indicate it is about the lead up to the GF series rather than the result.

So maybe he believes it should have been cancelled before any games were played?

I wonder if he is being revisionist and whether he really would have been okay with that?

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Lovebroker  
Last month

In fairness to Bogut he does say it has nothing to do with the result.. At least wait to hear him talk about it tomorrow before we jump to conclusions..


Yes too I think it was just pure conincidence that it was released minutes after the result was announced.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"In fairness to Bogut he does say it has nothing to do with the result.. At least wait to hear him talk about it tomorrow before we jump to conclusions.."

Why is he waiting? If he has something to say, he should say it.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Lovebroker, no coincidence but I think maybe he was holding his comments until that was announced to make sure the season was "finished" and therefore he is no longer a player they can sanction because his contract is finished :P

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Anonymous  
Last month

Contracts don't finish the moment a season does.

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Lovebroker  
Last month

Plus he is an owner now.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Bogut is ex nba, players over there have a lot of pull, management walk to there talk, he's not used to having it different in Australia.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"Bogut is ex nba, players over there have a lot of pull"

"a lot of pull" seems an appropriate phrase for many of Bogut's public utterances

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GordonG47  
Last month

Wait and see what he has to say before passing judgement...

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Anonymous  
Last month

You think he's actually got something to add to that? I doubt it.

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Senator11  
Last month

Players may have a lot of pull in the NBA, Bogut however is not one of those players...

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Anonymous  
Last month

He might have not played for Perth but he's certainly got more pull in the nba than you and any Perth player.

Show some respect, while I probably won’t agree with him he’s entitled to his opinion.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Sorry you didn't get your free championship Mr Bogut

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Anonymous  
Last month

should be embarrassed and disappointed with his performance this season. Put up NBL1 numbers

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Senator11  
Last month

"Show some respect"

Why should I respect someone as a "person" who post's trash on his Twitter account? Total respect as basketball player, but none whatsoever as a public figure.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Someone garbage can be someone else treasure, you might not like his tweets but he's allowed to tweet them just like you are and he doesn’t have to agree with yours.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yeah show some respect to the guy who seemingly wants to make a habit out of questioning the sports governing bodies whenever things don't go his way!!

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Anonymous  
Last month

What nonsense, seems the league pursued every avenue.

You can't postpone as by the time the games come around half their team would have left it all behind

Hope someone asks what his alternative solution was in the presser

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Anonymous  
Last month

More garbage from the Kings owner.

https://www.theage.com.au/sport/basketball/they-ve-reneged-kings-owner-slams-nbl-perth-over-grand-final-decision-20200319-p54bxs.html

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Anonymous  
Last month

AFL Playing tonight makes Bogut and Sydney look a bit soft

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Another Anon  
Last month

The NBL clearly said before G2 they'd only cancel if someone was diagnosed with Covid-19.
Just makes the Kings look like whingers/sore losers now.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Thinking about 2021 already.
Will Cotton be local?
Will Damo play on?
Will Perth get a Next Star?
If Cotton is local do they get two imports and keep a spot free for insurance?

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Another Anon  
Last month

^Yes
Yes
No
Yes

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Anonymous  
Last month

Perthworld always ready to bag anything Kings related.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Did he tweet about being disappointed last NBA finals when the Warriors lost to Raptors?
Seems to make overwhelming favourites with seemingly extra talent than any other teams in league lose in finals!

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Anon  
Last month

That Age article (#898) is a joke. Even if that verbal agreement was in place (which the other two parties deny) that is surely changed by the Kings refusal to play. They withdrew. The league and the cats wanted to play. If that agreement was as simple as Smith appears to think it was then all any team had to do if they were 1:2 down (or 0:2) is refuse to play and guarantee a drawn series and no title awarded. If the league had nixed it on health and safety grounds (and both teams wanted to play on) I would agree it is incomplete and no winner. But it was made clear by all, including Sydney, that it was the Kings who withdrew from the series.

There is no way that agreement, if ever in place, would have had the intent of allowing one team to withdraw from the series so as to guarantee themselves that they wouldn't lose the series - that is ridiculous. The Kings actions clearly voided the agreement (if it ever existed). I think Smith is just furious that the league refused to call it off when the Kings asked them to thereby painting the Kings into a corner where they had no choice but to announce themselves as the instigators of the cancellation and effectively awarding the series to the Wildcats at the same time, which the league has rightfully upheld.

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Anonymous  
Last month

There is a precedent. A few months ago more than have our team were crook and we could not field a team for Tuesday night domestic. I called the association and told them we could not play because of illness, and to our disgust they not only made us pay for a walkover, they gave the win to the other team. I feel for Sydney. At least they did not have to pay.

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D2.0  
Last month

"More garbage from the Kings owner."

Seriously, are we really that desperate that we need wankers like him in the league?

People always want to scream about Perth's rich backers, and to a large extent its true. In the 90's we had Kerry Stoakes, and for the last decade plus, we've had Dr Jack Bendat. Both extremely successful billionaire businessmen.
And neither of them have ever carried on like the dickheads we seem to have running other teams.

People laugh about the Cashed-Up Bogans in Perth, but at least we don't have one owning our club.

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Anonymous  
Last month

They keep quiet and spend their millions buying numerous championships over the years.

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Anonymous  
Last month

What championship team in any professional sport isn't one of the best backed financially?

I’ll wait...

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Anonymous  
Last month

Haha, great precedent, sure if it goes to high court on appeal that will be brought up.

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Yinka Dare  
Last month

Leicester city won epl a few years ago are we're no where near the bigger clubs $

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Anonymous  
Last month

I think there was concern if the us imports would get home if they played 1-2 more games

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Anonymous  
Last month

"I think there was concern if the us imports would get home if they played 1-2 more games"

Someone should have suggested bringing the games forward then ;)

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Anon  
Last month

Could he be retiring. He is basically done. Disappointing season in context. Clearly game past him.

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Anonymous  
Last month

And everyone knows that was a huge anomaly.

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K4L  
Last month

Well done Perth Champions again. What is the Kings' war next year? Go hard or go to Sydney? The Violet Crumbles? The Sydney Queens?

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Anonymous  
Last month

They should remove the sign #hoopscapital.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Enjoy the tainted championship you under developed human beings in the west haha. Perth gonna Perth

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Anonymous  
Last month

"AFL Playing tonight makes Bogut and Sydney look a bit soft"

Or the AFL completely stupid and lacking basic respect for their players.

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Billy Bob  
Last month

At least our championships don't result in us folding.....

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Anonymous  
Last month

"At least our championships don't result in us folding....."

The continued prioritisation of "championships" over health and basic human values both baffles and disgusts me. Shame on you Perth.

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Billy Bob  
Last month

Don't know where we said that? Both teams played. Personally don’t agree with finals going ahead at all.

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Another Anon  
Last month

The AFL didn't disrespect their players. The AFLPA actually said their members want to play and indeed wanted the full 22 round season.

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Anonymous  
Last month

AFL had day long meetings with the players of both gender and the AFLPA. And as stated above the players unanimously voted to play. So I find it hard after extensive consultation with the playing group how the AFL disrespected their players?

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Anonymous  
Last month

I wonder if some of those young players concerned about their playing future may have felt some (perhaps subtle) pressure to continue playing against their will?

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Anonymous  
Last month

The afl and rugby's are jokes of sports, not certain why everyone gets so excited because there playing. I ignore them as much as possible.

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Luuuc  
Last month

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PlaymakerMo  
Last month

Bogut is such a hypocrite. He calls out the league office for not being proactive in times as uncertain as these.

History shows he doesn't shy away from expressing his view about shit he has little clue about. If he was so knowledgeable, he would have said something. But he didn't until after-the-fact, because he's a hypocrite and not nearly as smart as he believes.

This is entirely about his frustrations regarding Perth being awarded the title.

Bogut and Smith belong together.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Wow, if his allegations are true, I share his sense of disappointment and embarrassment at the NBL.

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Senator11  
Last month

So why did they just make a decision instead of contacting both the NBL and the Wildcats and say, look, this is what we're about to do, are there any solutions we can come up with. They just decided and informed the other parties, not sure what their gripe is about?!? Those players have already been playing and travelling so they shouldn't be in contact with their elderly family members like the rest of the world. I saw a girl show here engagement ring to her grandfather through the window of his nursing home room, and another son park in front of his dad's window and call him every day while they look at each other. Incredibly sad, and I'd be pretty worried if those King's players have had contact with their elderly family members after this.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Bogut... basketballs version of Bernard Tomic !!

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Wilson Sting  
Last month

I saw one of the Sydney Kings prominent bench players in Cairns Bunnings earlier this week. He obviously wasn't concerned about travelling.

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Hoopie  
Last month

He's entitled to his opinions, and he’s entitled to air them, but the game is bigger than he is.

It would be a shame if the respect we have for his play is lost by annoyance at his outspokenness

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Another Anon  
Last month

Wonder how many reporters at his press conference were questioning why they even bothered.

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Todd  
Last month

The embarrassment is with the Bogut and the Kings.

Game one - Kings had no issue with a crowd.

Wildcats win and then they demand no crowd in game 2 even with no directive for the chief health officer.

Game 2 - Kings win but don't demand to end the series.

Game 3 - Wildcats win.

Then the Kings decide not to play with no directive from the chief health officer.

Then the owner claims that the NBL and Wildcats of breaking an agreement that if the virus stop the series, then their would be no result.

The Kings not the virus stopped the series as they had little chance of winning.





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anon  
Last month

And the NBL fire back - rightly so.

https://nbl.com.au/news/statement-by-hungry-jacks-national-basketball-league

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PlaymakerMo  
Last month

Good. Now fine Bogut for comments that are detrimental to the NBL.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Bogut has played his last NBL game. Just taking shots on the way out. As usual, it's all about his arrogance. He's been one of the all-time greats, that is undeniable, but he's also been an enormous tosser. Such a bad look for the Kings, especially when you add in their loudmouth idiot owner.

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Lovebroker  
Last month

Bogut is an owner of a team now, hope the NBL remembers this when they apply for 4 imports.

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rjd  
Last month

"Bogut described a meeting that had differing views going in — the 35-year-old said he was for playing on when he entered the discussion — but one that had near-unanimity by its conclusion, with a particular focus on the imports who needed to travel home, as well as the players with ill family members."

So Bogut admits he was on the same page as the NBL. Then to cite ill family members of his own teammates and imports on his own team worried about being able to travel home as factors to change his mind. Seems a bit rich to then complain about the NBL's position to continue to play game 4.

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Lovebroker  
Last month

Further to that he cites imports' grandparents with 1-2 years left and they NEED to get back.

Ummm....where was that 'need' 1, 2,3 months ago?

You made that sacrifice closeness with rleatives when you play abroad.

Play in the G-leage then if you want closeness.

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Anonymous  
Last month

The team got solidarity behind their imports which is great but it cost the Australian team mates any chance. I'd think most of the Australian players would’ve wanted to play on but followed like sheep. At a guess after game three Bogut didn’t have a lot left, looked injured.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Shame NBL! Gleeson doesn't care about public health or social distancing, he is simply a pig jostling to get his nose in the trough. Bogut has eloquently outlined a number of very reasonable criticisms of how the league handled this global health pandemic.

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Anonymous  
Last month

"Bogut has eloquently outlined"

Didn't he say "la la la la la"?

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Anonymous  
Last month

Athletes don't make sacrifices, they make choices like the majority of us. Plenty of people spend time away from family for work. It's not war, or a hospital, it's sport.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Five rings for Gleeson :)

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Anonymous  
Last month

I didn't really understand Bogut's complaint. He said he wanted the league to be more Pro active in providing options or solutions. But it seems they did and the Kings declined them all

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