BOJAN BOGDANOVIC scored 48 points in the Utah Jazz against Denver at 127:120 last night, which was the best game of his career.
Bogdanovic shot 16/23, and scored 8-11 three-pointers with 8 rebounds and 2 assists. Bogdanović therefore became the most efficient Croatian in NBA history, skipping Dražen Petrović and his old record. Petrovic scored 44 points for the New Jersey team, and Bogdanovic scored the same points against Philadelphia’s Brooklyn in 2016.
His excellent game made his teammates and coach happy, and they praised him after the game.
“We saw everything from him in this game. He scored in every possible way, he defended and showed his mental state. He was a great player and had a great night, but No one in the locker room was surprised,” said Jazz coach Quin Snyder.
“There have been a lot of big games in his career, but this is the biggest game. That’s why we won four games in a row. At the beginning of the season, he had a lot of injury problems, but in recent weeks he has been very Offense, which means a lot to us. When he is fully prepared and shoots in a way he knows, he is one of the league’s best shooters,” said Rudy Gobert, George Niang (Georges Niang) can best describe Bogdanovic’s game:
He said: “I have nothing to say to describe his performance.”