Milwaukee Bucks: Every Olympian In Franchise History

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Andrew Bogut – 2004, 2008, 2016 Olympics

Even prior to Andrew Bogut’s arrival on the NBA scene having been drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks, the big man was representing his country at the 2004 Olympic Games.

Bogut has represented the Australian Boomers at three Olympic Games, only missing out on London 2012 due to injury. Unfortunately, Bogut has yet to get his hands on a medal though, in spite of his very best efforts.

Across his three separate visits to the Olympic Games, Bogut has averaged 11.1 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game. The most productive game of Bogut’s Olympic career came in Beijing in 2008 against Russia, when he racked up 22 points and eight rebounds.

Bogut had an excellent career with the Bucks that could have led to so much more if not for injuries. In the time since, Bogut has, of course, gone on to be a key piece of the historic Golden State Warriors teams of recent years and next season will play for the Dallas Mavericks.

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