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Bogut auctions NBA trip for Australian flood relief fund


Posted Jan 14 2011 8:29PM

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Bucks center Andrew Bogut is offering fans an "NBA Dream Package" on eBay to raise money for communities in Australia after the recent floods.

The former No. 1 overall draft pick will fly four people from anywhere in the world to Los Angeles and Milwaukee.

The package includes four nights in Los Angeles with tickets to a Lakers home game and Universal Studios. It also includes four nights in Milwaukee where Bogut will give a tour of the Bucks training center, provide courtside seats to a game and go out to dinner with the winner.

He's also giving away autographed jerseys, game worn shoes and other memorabilia.

Bogut says all auction proceeds will go toward the Premier's Disaster Relief Fund.

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