Andrew Bogut and the Golden State Warriors have agreed to a 3 yr. $42 million extension. (Randy Belice/ National Basketball)
C Andrew Bogut has agreed to terms on an extension with the Golden State Warriors worth just over $42 million over 3 years, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.
The deal has a base salary of $36 million dollars and can increase to $42 million if Bogut reaches all of the incentives, some of which are tied to his ability to stay on the court.
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Bogut has played in only 44 games over his last 2 seasons with the Milwaukee Bucks and the Warriors. The former number 1 pick missed some practice this preseason after injuring his back in Golden State's contest against the Lakers in Shanghai, but the team indicated the injury would not keep Bogut out of any games.
Bogut's current contract would have expired at the end of the upcoming season.