Andrew Bogut is set to join the Golden State Warriors on a one-year, veteran’s minimum contract. But while the deal has been agreed upon by both sides, Bogut’s return to the Warriors is still a few games away.
The center is likely to join the Warriors on their next road trip, as reported by Connor LeTourneau of the San Francisco Chronicle. Due to standard obstacles such as traveling from Australia and obtaining a work visa, Bogut isn’t expected to be with the team before then.
I've confirmed that Bogut is signing a one-year, minimum contract with the Warriors. Due to some logistical matters (travel, work visa, etc.), he isn't expected to join the team until next week's road trip. https://t.co/jELH7IENzO— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) March 6, 2019
The Warriors have two more home games before they begin their road trip on Wednesday, March 13, at the Houston Rockets. They’ll then pay visits to the Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs before finishing the trip against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday, March 19.
Bogut should be back for some of those games, and it seems likely that it would be one of the first games.
So get ready, Dub Nation. Bogut will be back soon.