Two European bloggers, one in Croatia, one in Italy, are reporting that Bojan Bogdanovic will be traded before the deadline, with Charlotte reported as one possible destination. But a league source tells NetsDaily "Not happening. there's nothing there at all."
On Monday, Vedran Modrić , the Croatian, tweeted out that the Nets second year player will be traded, without any suggestion as to where. Modrić writes for Eurohopes, a site devoted to European prospects. He tweeted...
One little bird told me Bojan Bogdanovic will be traded. Good night :) .— Vedran Modrić (@vedranmo) February 15, 2016
Then Tuesday, Orazio Cauchi of Sportando, the Italian based pro basketball site, followed up with a report that the Hornets remain interested.
[T]he Charlotte Hornets are still interested in trading for Bojan Bogdanovic, a source told Sportando ... Hornets are looking to add a wing, the source added, especially after the new injury of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
There had been reports earlier in the season about Hornets interest in Bogdanovic, with speculation that the Nets could be interested in Jeremy Lin. But just like now, that speculation was denied.
Bogdanovic has improved his play since the departure of Lionel Hollins and Tony Brown's decision to open up the Nets offense.