Andrew Bogut keeping green card, passport close with Trump in town, ‘just in case’

Andrew Bogut is not a fan of Donald Trump's policies.
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Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut’s Twitter bio sums up his approach with the media, whether it’s talking to reporters or sharing his views on Twitter: "If its political it aint correct."

Bogut simply isn’t a fan of being politically correct, voicing his opinion no matter how controversial or unorthodox it is.

On Friday afternoon, Bogut, who is Australian, tweeted out his concern with being in Oklahoma City at the same time as GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump (the Warriors visit the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night; Trump has a campaign rally in OKC on Friday night):

Trump has taken a notably strong stance on illegal immigration, and Bogut clearly wanted to poke fun at some of his policies and demands.

This isn’t the first time Bogut has spoken out against Trump. Last August, he took his first (documented) shot at Trump:

Imagine how awkward the interaction between the two will be next year if the Warriors repeat as champions and get to visit Trump in the White House.

Jovan Buha covers the NBA for FOX Sports. Follow him on Twitter: @jovanbuha.