Bojan Bogdanovic has had some strange box scores this year for Fenerbahce, a testament to his inconsistency. Big games followed by bad games. But as his season wears on in Istanbul, he's starting to again show why the Nets traded for him on Draft Night, giving up $1.5 million and their 2013 second rounder for his rights.
In his latest Turkish League game, the 6'8" swingman scored 30 points in 33 minutes, shooting 10-for-13, including 4-for-6 from deep. He also grabbed seven boards and handed out three assists in Fenerbahce's 21-point win in Ankara, the Turkish capital. The Nets would like to see him in Brooklyn next season, but Fener would have to agree to a buyout.
- Bojan Bogdanovic gets MVP of the Week award for Turkish TBL - Eurobasket
- Boxscore - Eurobasket