Bojan Bogdanovic is a professional basketball player who plays for the Croatian national team and is recently playing for the Utah Jazz. He is playing the small forward position, as he stands 6’7”.

Early Life

Bogdanovic was born in Mostar, Bosnia, and Herzegovina, where he learned how to play basketball. He even started his professional basketball career in his hometown and played for Zrinjski Mostar. He also signed with the Real Madrid for 5 years, but he has to be traded back to the Mostar for the 2005-06 season. He was also borrowed by CB Murcia for the 2008-09 season.

NBA Career

In July 2014, Bogdanovic decided to sign with the Brooklyn Nets for 3 years and played 19 games with them. His season-best was against the Orlando Magic with a record of 28 points. He also assisted the Nets in their victory against the Houston Rockets in November 2015. He set a new season-high mark by the following year with 24 points against the Phoenix Suns.

Team Utah Jazz Utah Jazz
Position Small Forward
Height / weight 2.01 m / 103 kg
Born 18 Apr 1989
Nationality Croatia Croatia
Team History
Utah Jazz Utah Jazz 2019 - present
Indiana Pacers Indiana Pacers 2017 - 2019
Washington Wizards Washington Wizards 2017
Brooklyn Nets Nets 2014 - 2017

After he finished his contract with the Nets, he signed with the Washington Wizards in February 2017. He was traded along with Chris McCullough in exchange for Marcus Thornton and Andrew Nicholson. He also joined the Indiana Pacers in July 2017 with a debut performance of 14 points against the Brooklyn Nets.

In July 2019, he signed a 4-year contract with Utah Jazz worth $73 million.

Team History:

  • 2014–2017 - Brooklyn Nets
  • 2017 - Washington Wizards
  • 2017–2019 - Indiana Pacers
  • 2019–present - Utah Jazz

Achievements:

  • 2009 Croatian Champion
  • 2010 Croatian League All-Star
  • 2011 Croatian League All-DomesticPlayers Team
  • 2014 Turkish League All-Imports Team
  • 2014 Turkish League Champion
  • 2015 NBA All-Rookie Second Team

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