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July 8, 2014 Updates

A league source said the Nets continue to advance towards a contractual agreement with 2011 second-round pick Bojan Bogdanovic. The Nets will almost certainly sign the 25-year-old Croatian swingman, who averaged 14.8 points in Euroleague competition for Fenerbahce this past season, for the full mini mid-level exception, a deal worth roughly $10 million over three years. He reportedly could also have a player option for the third season. New York Post

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In the last two games, Bogdanovic has raised his three point shooting in the Euroleague Round of 16 from five to 11 percent , this after shooting 40 percent in the 10-game regular season. The 6'8" swingman recently hired Arn Tellem, the NBA's top agent, to rep him in dealings with NBA teams. He already has a European agent. The news has to be considered good news for the Nets who are likely to be locked in a tough competition for his services this summer. Fener wants to re-sign him and there's word Spanish power house F.C. Barcelona wants him as well. NetsDaily

February 19, 2014 Updates

Teams have shown interest in Bogdanovic, the Nets second round pick in the 2011 draft that has drawn comparisons to Peja Stojakovic, but the Nets have shown no indications that they are willing to deal the Croatian prospect. SI.com

February 8, 2014 Updates

Despite Bogdanović's popularity, the Nets are not in any rush to deal him. The league source, who has knowledge of the team's thinking, says the Nets are waiting for the "right deal" to come along. They previously discussed a trade involving the rights to Bogdanović and Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry, but Lowry would only be a backup on the Nets, who already give significant playing time to point guards Deron Williams and Shaun Livingston. Wall Street Journal

February 7, 2014 Updates

Despite Bogdanović's popularity, the Nets are not in any rush to deal him. The league source, who has knowledge of the team's thinking, says the Nets are waiting for the "right deal" to come along. They previously discussed a trade involving the rights to Bogdanović and Toronto Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry, but Lowry would only be a backup on the Nets, who already give significant playing time to point guards Deron Williams and Shaun Livingston. Wall Street Journal

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