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Bogdan Bogdanovic is seeking a lucrative contract in free agency, which starts this Friday, November 20.
Per NBA Insider Brian Windhorst of ESPN, this deal is “somewhere in the four-year, $72 million range”.
“The word on the street, I always have to be careful of this because I get in trouble, the word on the street is he thinks he can get an offer, or there’s belief that there’s offers out there that average $18 million per year. Somewhere in the four-year, $72 million range.
That, I think a lot of people think would come from Atlanta. I think the most Milwaukee can do is something closer to the $15 million to $16 million per year range.
Over four years, that’s $8 million or $9 million, depending on where all the decimal points go. That’s not an insignificant amount of money,” Windhorst said, via RealGM.
Bogdanovic is a restricted free agent, therefore the Sacramento Kings can match any offer he receives.
The Serbian guard averaged 15.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 3.4 assists last season.