Croatia Rumors

In his interview with fiba.basektball, the 29-year-old acknowledged that he won’t have too many chances to perform on the World Cup stage and won’t let this one slip by without a fight: “I love playing in these kinds of tournaments. And I want to fight to help my team make it to China 2019. I want to compete on the world stage once again in my career”, he started.
“He was the guy who helped win the last medal for Croatian national team, was our most popular athlete and probably the best,” Pacers (and former Nets) forward Bojan Bogdanovic told The Athletic. “Everyone knew who he was and why. He was one of the first European players in the NBA, so he opened the doors to the NBA for Europeans, not just Croatians. You looked up to that and respected it.”