After being named to the FIBA Eurobasket all-Stars --and leading Croatia to a surprising fourth place finish-- Bojan Bogdanovic hasn't let up in Turkish League and Euroleague play.
For the third time in three games, Bogdanovic scored more than 20 points Sunday, as Fenerbahce defeated Efes Anadoulu, 84-65, in the Turkish league. He shot 9-of-16, including 1-of-5 from deep in 27 minutes. In three games, two in the Turkish League and one in the Euroleague, he's averaging 22.3 points while shooting 65 percent overall and 33.3 percent from deep. He also had 19 points vs. the Thunder in a Global Games exhibition game on October 5.
Zoran Planinic, the former Net, scored three points and had four assists for Efes. Blogdanovic, Planinic and Mirza Teletovic were all born in Mostar, Bosnia. Bogdanovic, known as "Babo", was drafted by the Nets in 2011 with a purchased pick and will be a free agent in July.
- Boxscore: Fenerbahce vs. Efes Anadolu - Turkish Basketball League