HoopsHype Nemanja Bjelica rumors
According to the Spanish website Solobasket, Nemanja Bjelica will finally play next season in Caja Laboral The Hoops Market
The negotiations between Olympiakos and Benetton Treviso for Nemanja Bjelica are close to end with an agreement between both parts. The 22- year-old Serbian forward, who was playing for Red Star, could be announced soon as the new player of Olympiakos. On the other hand, the Greek team won't land Boniface N'Dong. Regal Barcelona, his current club, won't get rid of the Senegalese center, who will stay next season in the Spanish team. The Hoops Market
Nemanja Bjelica returned today from USA after the NBA draft and some journalists were waiting for him at the airport. "I don't know what is going to happen. In the next days my future will be known. Now I need a rest before joining the Serbian NT. In NBA everything was great. I want to play in NBA but it wouldn't be a problem to stay one or two years more in Europe" said Bjelica. Sportando
According to his agent, Boris Tanjevic, Nemanja Bjelica won't play in Europe next season, despite the rumors about his possible signing by Benetton Treviso. The Serbian 22-year-old forward from Red Star was drafted with the 35th overall pick by the Washington Wizards, and then traded to the Minnesota Tibmerwolves, where Bjelica expects to play next season. Sportando
"It's a great honor that Unicaja is interested in Nemanja Bjelica, but right now we're in the United States, he got drafted and we're making plans so he can play in the NBA next season", said Bjelica's agent, Bojan Tanjevic. Barcelona, Panathinaikos and Caja Laboral are interested in Bjelica too. Malaga Hoy
Despite the rumors about a possible agreement with Benetton Treviso, Nemanja Bjelica hasn't decided yet his future. The 22- year-old Serbian forward was drafted with the 35th overall pick by the Washington Wizards, but his NBA rights were later traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves. Bjelica, who played last season for Red Star, is undecided about his future, but admits that his dream is to play in the NBA. The Hoops Market
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