Andrew Bogut never shies away from speaking his mind or showing his emotions, and that was no different after Australia‘s loss to Spain in the Bronze medal game in Rio.

Bogut completely slammed the officiating in the contest, especially regarding a controversial foul call on Patty Mills in the final moments. The Aussies led 89-88 at the time, but Spain converted both free throws to secure the victory.

From Liam Fitzgibbon of Fox Sports Australia:

“The call on Patty towards the end comes three seconds after the ball hits the rim, so they (the referees) are obviously thinking about something,” said Bogut, who is undecided on his playing future with the national team.

“It’s disappointing it had to go that way and the play before that, Aron Baynes gets an arm-bar foul in a one-point game with 20 seconds left. It’s absolutely ridiculous.”

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Bogut reserved his best soundbite for Spain and Minnesota Timberwolves point guard, Ricky Rubio:

Bogut also blasted the the call that saw him fouled out, accusing Spain’s Ricky Rubio of taking a “Superman dive”.

“The referees bought it, as usual,” Bogut said.

“They’ll look back at the tape and see how obviously bad they were

“When you blatantly dive into someone and fall over, that’s a tough way to play. I don’t blame Spain. If the referees are calling it, you keep doing it.”

Bogut’s style of play did not mesh with the officiating of this game. He fouled out in the third quarter.

Don’t be surprised if Bogut gets testy with Rubio when his Dallas Mavericks face off with the T-Wolves this upcoming season. As Bogut would probably note, NBA officials are less likely to fall for flopping than international referees.