Dallas Mavericks center Andrew Bogut has a bone to pick with the NBA. He’s just not sure with whom, exactly.
Bogut, discussing his offseason departure from the Golden State Warriors with USA Today, said anonymous comments to media questioning his durability typify the kind of “shallow” personalities that make up the NBA. “This league is full of people who are full of (expletive) and shallow, and that’s what you figure out in pro sports,” Bogut said. “It’s very hard to meet a genuine person who you can call your friend in this league. That’s just the reality, and I understand that.”