Zoran Planinic

Brooklyn Nets #0 - Guard

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Bogdanovic keeps beasting in Turkey

After being named to the FIBA Eurobasket all-Stars --and leading Croatia to a fourth place finish-- Bojan Bogdanovic hasn't let up in Turkish or Euroleague play. For the third straight game, Bogdanovic scored more than 20 points and his team won.

Brooklyn's Bosnia Connection

In Detroit Monday, about 50 Bosnian fans cheered every move Mirza Teletovic made and unlike the Nets last tour of the Motor City, he obliged by making all four of his shots. Bosnia in fact is becoming a Nets hotbed. It's not just about Teletovic.

Another Big Game by Bojan

With his team's playoff fate resting on his shoulders, Bojan Bogdanovic had another big Euroleague game, scoring 26 points in 32 minutes, leading Fenerbahce to a huge win over Khimki of Russia. Fener won by three, 88-85, in the Euroleague Round of 16

Euro-Nets See Limited Minutes in Euroleague

Bojan Bogdanovic and Ilkan Karaman played only 27 minutes between them and came away with four points and three rebounds each in Fenerbahce's Euroleague win over Khimki of Russia. Neither started for the Turkish club. It was both teams' opening game.

Bogdanovic Staying in Turkey

Bojan Bogdanovic and Mirza Teletovic are both from Mostar in Bosnia, the country's basketball hotbed. Zoran Planinic hailed from there as well. It would have been nice for the two of them who survived shelling and war crimes as children to race out on the court together in Brooklyn next fall. It's not happening. Teletovic will be here, Bogdanovic won't.

Europe's Top Scorer Wants Nets?

Mirza Teletovic, Europe's top scorer, may be interested in joining "Brooklyn", tweets Spanish hoops writer.

Bogdanovic Tells a Croatian Website: "I Will Play Two Years in Turkey"

Although Nets officials have said they expect Bojan Bogdanovic to join the Nets in Brooklyn in 2012-13 , he tells a Croatian website: "I will certainly do the two years contract with Fenerbahce, and then we'll see. I want to play in Europe, even thrive. There is time for the NBA ."

Nets Workouts Continue Tuesday With Second Round Prospects

The Nets will have 12 prospects in Tuesday, most likely to be high second rounders and a few of them players who've attracted the team's interest. Most of those coming in are guards or small forwards.

Nets Deny Draft Rumor Few Heard

Chad Ford wrote Wednesday that the Nets and a representative of Boston College's Reggie Jackson, had denied internet rumors that the 6'3" combo guard had been given a promise by the Celtics or the Nets, that is been told the team would take him if he was still available at their pick.

In The D-League, Things Happened This Weekend

It's Monday morning. Usually I like to have some really great piece go up on Monday mornings but instead I spent my weekend playing in the North Dakota State Amateur Basketball Tournament with a...

How Jimmer Almost Became a Net

He is, as Adrian Wojnarowski, writes, a "one name basketball phenomenon", helped by his odd nickname. Jimmer Fredette (not Jim or Jimmy) has become this season's rising college star, the subject of debates over whether he can make it in the pro's. He also could have been a Net last June if Rod Thorn had agreed to give him a guarantee.

Former Net Pick, Prokhorov Favorite in Russia, Wants Back in the NBA

Viktor Khryapa was a Net on Draft Night 2004...for as long as it took to trade caps. After four uneventful years in the NBA, he went back to Russia, signing with Mikhail Prokhorov's CSKA Moscow. Now he wants back in the NBA. Would Prokhorov sign him again, this time in New Jersey?

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