Bogdanovic Rejects Fenerbahce Extension: Plays OKC in Istanbul

Updated: October 7, 2013
Bojan Bogdanovic is the Brooklyn Nets most coveted “eurostash” right now and the news that Bogdanovic rejected a recent extension with Fenerbahce could be good news for the Nets.

Brooklyn was extremely hopeful that the 6’7 swingman would come over this season only to be left at the alter when they couldn’t work out a buyout.

The Nets were in a frenzy after the deal fell through and only by the grace of god were they able to get a better player that is NBA ready in Andrei Kirilenko to fill his spot.

 Brooklyn is surely holding out hope that this rejection of an extension signals the fact that he wants to come to Brooklyn next season.

[blockquote]”Fener wanted to tie up the Croatian national team member for several years, and although it is a financially better deal than his current deal, the native of Mostar disliked the buyout clause. His freedom would cost two million euros.” via NetsDaily[/blockquote]

Bogdanovic took on the Oklahoma City Thunder and in 31 minutes of play, he shot 4-of-10 from the field, including a solid 4-of-8 from behind the arc, and went 7-of-8 from the free throw line to total 19 points in a 95-82 loss in Istanbul.


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