Croatia finally showed its offensive firepower Tuesday, waiting until the second round of FIBA Eurobasket to explode. The Croatians beat Finland by 25, 88-63, with Bojan Bogdanovic scoring 15 points in 28 minutes.
Bogdanovic shot 6-of-11, including 1-of-5 from deep, and grabbed five rebounds. He also had the dunk of the game. Croatia is not only fighting for the European championship but also for a slot in the 2014 World Championship in Spain. The top six finishers in Eurobasket get automatic invitations.
Nets fans will get a look at Bogdanovic October 5 when his European team plays the Thunder in Istanbul.
- Game Report: Croatia, 88, Finland 63 - FIBA Europe