Bogdan Bogdanovic Rumors

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Bogdan Bogdanovic
Bogdan Bogdanovic
Position: G
Born: 08/18/92
Height: 6-6 / 1.98
Weight:205 lbs. / 93 kg.
Salary: $18,000,000
During that three-game stretch, Bogdanovic ran 34.9 pick-and-rolls per 100 possessions without Young on the floor compared to only 15.1 when they’re in the game together, according to Second Spectrum. This differential is obviously by design. Without Young, Bogdanovic is able to lean more into his playmaking skills to help boost bench units. When they’re together, the hope is that Young will develop more off-ball scoring skills to provide even more variety to their already-potent offense.
I wanted to ask you about this: You told my co-worker Sam Amick that you had COVID before the season began. I know some players have had different experiences with it. Jayson Tatum said a month after testing positive, he still had symptoms. What was your experience like and what would you want people to know about the virus? Bogdan Bogdanovic: It’s tough. It’s not easy. You have to take care of yourself. My family and friends are wearing masks all of the time. They’re moving around a lot. I was trying my best to be careful, too, but I had to work out. I had to do my daily stuff. I was moving around a lot of people. You can catch it anywhere. Whenever you notice something, you should not be going anywhere. Just don’t do anything. That’s what I’ve learned in my experience and from other people. I had all of the symptoms except losing my taste. Other than that, I had everything. I had a fever. I had tiredness, fatigue, back pain, loss of smell. Everyone has different experiences with it.
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Bogdan Bogdanovic: Those workouts were light too. It was just body workouts and not basketball workouts. I then went to Atlanta after signing and we couldn’t use the gym for the first two days because of COVID protocols. I had to test negative three times and then on that third day, I was able to go into the gym at night. It was tough. I have finally felt over the last month that I have finally recovered and am back to feeling good. I do remember that first practice I had with the Hawks, I was dead. I was really dead. When I got hurt, all I could think about was how I might not have been ready. I believe that every injury happens for a reason. There’s something that causes an injury, whether it’s mental or body tiredness. It was tough.