Bogdanovic signed a contract with the Jazz as a free agent in early July of 2019. The scoring forward made his Utah debut during the first game of the season, Oct. 23 in a win over the Thunder, recording 16 points, three rebounds and one steal. Shortly after, during the fourth game of the season, Boganovic recorded a season-high two steals -- a mark he would reach three more times. In a win over the Hawks on Dec. 19, Bogdanovic grabbed a season-high nine rebounds, and he'd reach that mark again on Jan. 29 against the Spurs. About a week later, Jan. 6 in a win over the Pelicans, Bogdanovic scored a season-high 35 points. During a win over the Cavaliers on Mar. 2, he dished a season-high six assists in addition to 28 points, seven rebounds and one steal. Overall, Bogdanovic averaged career highs in points (20.2), assists (2.1) and made threes (3.0) per game. He also shot a career-high 90.3 percent from the charity stripe. In the NBA ranks, he finished 10th in made threes (189), 12th in three-point percentage (41.4) and fifth in free-throw percentage. Due to wrist surgery, Bogdanovic did not participate in the restart of the NBA season in the Orlando bubble.2018
With Victor Oladipo going down to a season-ending knee injury in January, Bogdanovic emerged as the go-to player in Indiana. After averaging 14.3 points per game in 2017-2018, the 30-year-old jumped to 18.0 points per game in 2018-2019, which was tops on the team outside of Oladipo (who averaged 18.8 points per game in his 36 games of action). Bogdanovic did it by attempting nearly three more shots per game while increasing his field goal efficiency, finishing with a career-best 49.7 percent mark. He also shot a career-best 42.5 percent from three-point range on 4.8 attempts per game. His best scoring game came on Feb. 28, when he poured in 37 points against the Timberwolves on 13-of-22 shooting. It marked the second-highest scoring game of his career. Bogdanovic made moderate contributions outside of scoring, finishing with a career-high 4.1 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game. Defensively, he chipped in 0.9 steals per game. Bogdanovic tried to do even more on the offensive end in the playoffs, getting up to 15.8 shots per game after attempting 13.0 per game in the regular season. During the postseason, he averaged 18.0 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.0 steals across 37.0 minutes. The Pacers were swept in the first round by the Celtics.2017
In his first season with the Indiana Pacers, Bogdanovic started 80 games. For the 2017-2018 season, he average a career-high 14.3 points per game. On Feb. 5 Bogdanovic scored a season-high 29 points against the Washington Wizards. He later matched that career high as part of a 92-89 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on March 5. Early in the season on Nov. 10, Bogdanovic notched his season high for made three-point field goals with six in a win over the Chicago Bulls. Nine days later, he made another six threes against the Miami Heat. Bogdanovic once against matched his season high on April 5 against the Golden State Warriors. He started a career-high seven playoff games. In a Game 3 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers, Bogdanovic scored a playoff career-high 30 points. He finished 14th in the league in free throw percentage with .868.2016
Bogdanovic started his third year in the NBA with the Nets and played in 55 of the team's first 56 games. He broke out early -- scoring 21 points and grabbing five rebounds on Opening Night against the Celtics. He'd continue his hot play, bagging 26 points and eight rebounds in the season's third game against Milwaukee. The rebuilding Nets later traded Bogdanovic, along with Chris McCullough, to the Wizards in exchange for a package of players and a first-round pick. Bogdanovic quickly set about building a strong first impression. In just his fourth game as a Wizard, Bogdanovic scored 27 points as Washington beat Toronto. On March 7, he scored 29 points and grabbed nine rebounds in a win over Phoenix, matching his season high in points. The Jazz qualified for the playoffs but fell to Boston in Round 2, and Bogdanovic suited up in all 13 contests. He averaged 8.8 points and 4.2 boards over 20.3 minutes in the postseason, with his most notable performance coming in Game 3 against the Celtics (19 points, 10 rebounds).2015
Bogdanovic upped his game in his second season, improving in nearly every statistical category. He hit his stride early, culminating in a 19-point, two-rebound effort against Memphis in just his third game of the season. Bogdanovic would reach new heights just two weeks later against Houston, scoring 22 points and grabbing nine rebounds as the Nets took down the Rockets by eight, their first win of the season. On Jan. 4 against Boston, Bogdanovic recorded his first career double-double, scoring 12 points and accounting for 12 rebounds in a close loss against the Celtics. On Feb. 5 against Sacramento, his 23 points helped the Nets to a close win at the Barclays Center. Bogdanovic closed out the year with his best career performance to date, a 29-point, six-rebound display of dominance against a DeMar DeRozan-led Toronto Raptors.2014
After leaving Turkish professional basketball behind for greener pastures in 2014, Bogdanovic immediately assumed an important role in the Brooklyn Nets' offense. He made 28 starts as a rookie, appeared in 78 games and averaged 9.0 points, 2.7 rebounds and 1.2 three-pointers per game. Bogdanovic made his NBA debut on opening night, Oct. 29, and scored seven points while dishing two assists in a loss at Boston. He had his first 20-plus point game on Nov. 9, scoring 22 points and adding six rebounds in an eight-point win over Orlando. Four games later, he put up another 22-point effort against the Heat. His best game of the year came in the final game of the regular season -- a 28-point, three-rebound effort which helped the Nets take down the Magic by 13. Bogdanovic appeared in all six playoff games, with five starts, for the Nets in their opening-round series against the Hawks. He posted per-game averages of 10.3 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.7 assists before the Nets bowed out to the Hawks in six games.
June 23, 2011Drafted by the Miami Heat in the 2nd round (31st pick) of the 2011 NBA Draft.
July 22, 2014Signed a multi-year contract with the Brooklyn Nets
February 22, 2017Traded by the Brooklyn Nets with Chris McCullough to the Washington Wizards for Andrew Nicholson, Marcus Thornton and a 2017 1st round draft pick (Jarrett Allen was later selected). (2017 1st-rd pick from WAS to BRK was lottery protected)
July 10, 2017Signed a two-year contract with the Indiana Pacers
July 7, 2019Signed as a free agent a four-year agreement with the Utah Jazz.