Bojan Bogdanović has quickly shown to be an excellent acquisition for the Utah Jazz. The veteran forward scored 33 points on Friday night, and capped it off with a buzzer-beating three to give Utah a 103-100 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks.


Bogdanović, 30, signed a four-year, $73 million contract with Utah over the offseason after spending the previous two seasons with the Indiana Pacers. Over eight games, he’s averaging 21.8 points with highly efficient shooting: a 49.2 field goal percentage and 45.5 three-point percentage.

He’s fitting in beautifully and playing a huge part in Utah’s 6-3 start, which has them just one game back in the Western Conference (very early on, of course). Jazz star guard Donovan Mitchell is certainly appreciating what Bogdanović brings to the table.


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