When starting center Andrew Bogut signed the three-year, $36 million extension on Oct. 25, 2013, the contract included provisions that could increase his salary via bonuses. Bogut hit the benchmark for minimum games played (65) this season and he's now waiting to find out if he made an All-Defensive NBA team. If Bogut does, a bonus of $1.94 million will kick in for the Golden State Warriors starting center. While making an All-Defensive NBA team is a good honor, it's not something Bogut thinks about.
If Warriors C Andrew Bogut is named to an All-Defensive NBA team, he'll earn a bonus worth $1.94 million.