Atlanta Hawks guard Bogdan Bogdanovich signed a four-year contract extension worth $68 million, ESPN reported on Thursday.
Hawks announced a multi-year extension for Bogdanovic, but the team did not disclose any conditions.
Bogdanovich gave up his $18 million player in the 2023–24 season and replaced him with a new long-term deal, sources said.
Bogdanovic, 30, lost his first 22 games of the season while recovering from knee surgery after the 2021-22 season. The Serbs allegedly dealt with knee pain last season and lost the Hawks’ final game against the Miami Heat.
He has an average of 14.1 points per game this season, although he has an average of 16.4 and 15.1 points per game in each of the previous two seasons, respectively. Bogdanovic is also having an average of 6.7 3-point attempts per game, with 40.1 percent shooting behind the bow — ranking 38th and 31st among hunters with at least 200 attempts, respectively.