On Tuesday, the Brooklyn Nets officially signed Bojan Bogdanovic to a three-year deal, and price per head sportsbooks found out that according to league sources, the contract is worth $10 million.
The 6-foot-8 Croatian forward who’s very well known with pay per head services around the world was drafted in 2011 by Miami as 31st overall before having his draft rights dealt to Brooklyn.
“Having drafted Bojan in 2011, it is rewarding to finally welcome him to the Nets,” general manager Billy King said. “We obviously have a high regard for his game, and we are glad he will now bring that talent to Brooklyn.”
A 25-year old Bogdanovic spent the last three seasons playing in the Turkish Basketball League with Fenerbahçe Ülker. Price per head sportsbooks saw that during the 2013-14 season in the Euroleague, the player had an average of 14.8 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 30.6 minutes per game.
Earlier this month, the Nets didn’t make an offer to re-sign Paul Pierce largely because they thought that they would not win a title even if they brought him back. Pay per head services know that the Nets could have paid the player – who signed a $11-million, two-year deal, with the Washington Wizards – more than any other team in the NBA.
However, price per head sportsbooks are sure that another part of their decision was the chance to develop Bogdanovic and Russian forward Sergey Karasev, who along with Jarrett Jack was acquired in a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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It is still not known who the Nets’ starting five will be, but pay per head services can see that with Pierce not in the team, Mirza Teletovic, Andrei Kirilenko, Alan Anderson, Karasev and Bogdanovic will try to fill the void left by Pierce.
Pay per head services all over the world would really like to see how the Nets will perform without Pierce, and will closely monitor Bogdanovic’s progress with the team.