WATCH: "F--king disgrace": Andrew Bogut goes ballistic at FIBA after Boomers loss
Andrew Bogut has unloaded on basketball’s governing body FIBA after the Boomers were eliminated from the World Cup in a double-overtime loss to Spain.
Bogut was recorded saying “Google where headquarters of f–king FIBA is. It’s a f–king disgrace!” as the team left the stadium after the loss.
FIBA’s headquarters are in Mies, Switzerland, since the organisation moved there in 2013. They were located in Munich, Germany from 1956-2002, and otherwise have been in Geneva since the association was founded in 1932.
Bogut also made an on-court gesture which will draw attention late in the fourth period.
With the Boomers leading by one point and just 28 seconds on the clock, Spain played it up court from an inbound.
Sergio Llull brought it up the floor, and after some one-two play with the outstanding March Gasol, missed a shot from range.
Gasol and Bogut then scrapped for the rebound, and while Bogut had the positioning and appeared to box out correctly, he was pinged for a foul on Gasol.
Bogut expressed his frustration by rubbing his fingers together towards the refs, a gesture typically used to signify the making of money.