Bogdan Bogdanovic: From EuroLeague To NBA & Net Worth

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Bogdan Bogdanovic is a Serbian professional basketball player who plays shooting guard for the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He also plays for the Serbian national team.

Bogdanovic is an athlete who shines everywhere he goes. He has earned his name in each field.

The shooting guard has won silver medals in the Olympics, EuroBasket, World Cup, and U19 World Championship.

Bogdan Bogdanovic, The Shooting Guard For The Atlanta Hawks
Bogdan Bogdanovic, The Shooting Guard For The Atlanta Hawks (Source: Bleacher Report)

Bogdanovic has earned his name in NBA within a short period. He started his NBA journey with the Sacramento Kings in 2014.

Besides, the professional basketball player has featured for European teams like Partizan and Fenerbahce. During his time with these teams, he won several accolades, including the EuroLeague in 2017.

This read will dig deeper into Bogdan Bogdanovic’s beautiful basketball journey from a domestic Serbian team to the NBA.

Furthermore, the article also covers his early life, net worth, personal life, and achievements. But, before that, let’s look at his quick facts first.

Quick Facts

Full Name Bogdan Bogdanović
Nick Name Bogdan
Date of Birth 18 August 1992
Age 31 Years Old
Birth Place Belgrade, Serbia, FR Yugoslavia
Nationality Serbian
Ethnicity White
Zodiac Sign  Virgo
Height 6’5″/1.96 m/196 cm
Weight 102 kg/225 lb.
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Father’s Name Dragan Bogdanović 
Mother’s Name Koviljka Bogdanović
Siblings Bojana Bogdanović
School Rade Konar Electrical Engineering School 
Education Graduate
University Not available
Marital Status Unmarried
Current Girlfriend Olga Danilovi
Children None
Profession NBA Player
Position Shooting guard
  • National Basketball Association (NBA)
  • European League
NBA Draft 27th overall / 2014 NBA draft / Phoenix Suns
Debut Year  2010
Retirement Not available
NBA Playing Teams
  • Sacramento Kings (2017–2020)
  • Atlanta Hawks (2020–present)
International Award
  • Silver at the 2014 World Cup
  • Silver at the 2016 Olympics
  • Silver at the 2017 EuroBasket
Awards and achievements
  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2018)
  • EuroLeague 2010–20 All-Decade Team (2020)
  • EuroLeague champion (2017)
  • All-EuroLeague First Team (2017)
Net Worth $62 million
Salary $18 million
Social Media Facebook, Instagram, Twitter
Merch Rookie Card
Last Update  February 2024

Early Life

Bogdan Bogdanović was born to his father, Dragon Bogdanović, and mother, Koviljka Bogdanović, on 18 August 1992, in Belgrade, Serbia, FR Yugoslavia.

The Serbian player also has a sister named Bojana Bogdanović. The Bogdanović family originally came from Plužine in Montenegro.

Bogdanović has been interested in sports since he was a child. He hesitated between football and basketball at first because he was fascinated by both sports but decided to stick with the latter.

Soon basketball became a major part of his life, and he dreamt of playing in the NBA.

Bogdanovic began playing organized basketball with the Belgrade club KK Zvezdara. He was also a member of the Zitko Basket team that finished third in the 2009–10 Junior Serbian League.

Furthermore, Bogdan was included in FMP’s junior team to play in Nike International Junior Tournament (NIJT), but unfortunately, they couldn’t win any titles.

Regarding his education, the professional basketball player graduated from Rade Konar Electrical Engineering School Rade Konar.

Age, Height & Weight

Bogdan Bogdanovic was born in 1992, making him 31 years old. According to his birth date, he is a Virgo.

The shooting guard stands tall at 6 feet 5 inches (1.96 meters) and weighs around 102 kg (225 pounds)

Professional Career

European League Career

Bogdan started his professional career with Partizan in September 2010, when he was 18.

After his EuroLeague debut in 2012, he was named to the ABA League’s Ideal Team in April 2014 and simultaneously was voted the EuroLeague Rising Star of the season.

He aided HIS team IN FINISHING the season by winning their 13th consecutive Serbian League title, defeating Red Star Belgrade. In the finals, he averaged 30.8 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 4.2 assists per game and was named the league’s Finals MVP.

After failing to qualify for the next season’s EuroLeague, the shooting guard signed a four-year contract with the Turkish team Fenerbahce, containing opt-out clauses after the second and third seasons.

Even though Bogdanovi was a newbie at Fenerbahce, he was offered ample playing time and a starting position. With a performance index value of 32, he was crowned EuroLeague MVP of the Round.

Bogdan Bogdanovic Druing His Time With Fenerbahce
Bogdan Bogdanovic Druing His Time With Fenerbahce (Source: YouTube)

Also, he was named EuroLeague Rising Star for the second season in a row, becoming just the second player after Nikola Mirotic to receive the honor twice.

Bogdan’s career was growing exponentially, but he was sidelined for the entire season after damaging his right ankle.

The Serbian athlete was a key contributor in the EuroLeague playoffs and led his team to clinch their first-ever EuroLeague championship.

As a result of his efforts, Bogdan was named EuroLeague’s Player of the Round and EuroLeague’s Player of the Month for his overall performance. 

In addition, he was chosen to the EuroLeague 2010–20 All-Decade Team in 2020.

NBA Career

Phoenix Suns

The Phoenix Suns picked Bogdanovic with the 27th overall selection in the 2014 NBA draft. However, the Suns traded him to the Sacramento Kings, and he signed an extended qualifying offer on July 13, 2017.

The shooting made his NBA debut in a 117-115 loss against the Phoenix Suns, where he recorded 12 points, 3 rebounds, and 2 assists.

Later, Bogdanovic was selected to compete in the 2018 Rising Stars Challenge as a member of Team World.

He was also voted the game’s MVP after leading Team World to a 155–124 victory against Team USA.

Bogdan Playing For The Atlanta Hawks
Bogdan Playing For The Atlanta Hawks (Source: Soaring Down South)

After the end of his rookie season, he had an MRI, which showed a minor rupture of the medial meniscus in his left knee. He underwent meniscus debridement surgery on April 24, 2018. 

He capped off the season averaging 11.8 points, 3.3 assists, and 2.9 rebounds and was chosen to the NBA All-Rookie Second Team.

Atlanta Hawks

In November 2020, the Kings initially attempted to sign-and-trade Bogdanovi to the Milwaukee Bucks along with Justin James for three Bucks players.

However, after the trade unraveled after the Bucks were under investigation, the Serbian athlete was traded to the Sacramento Kings along with Georgios Papagiannis, Skal Labissiere, and a future second-round pick in exchange for the draft rights of Marquese Chriss.

Bogdanovi inked a four-year/$72 million deal with the Atlanta Hawks. In his first season with the Hawks, he averaged 16.4 points per game. 

After the 2021-22 season, the shooting guard underwent right knee surgery and was ruled out for three months.

National And International Career

Bogdan represented Serbia in the European Under-18 Championship in 2010. Later, he was selected to play for Serbia’s Under-19 national team.

Likewise, he represented Serbia at the 2011 FIBA Under-19 World Championship and played for the Serbian national basketball team at the 2013 EuroBasket. 

In addition, he was a part of the Serbian national basketball team that won silver in the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup. He was named to Serbia’s 12-man EuroBasket roster.

Bogdanovic also represented Serbia in the 2016 Summer Olympics, where they settled for silver after losing to the United States in the final game.

Furthermore, he represented Serbia in EuroBasket 2017, where they won the silver medal. He was also named to the FIBA Basketball World Cup All-Tournament Team and FIBA Basketball World Cup Top Scorer.

Awards and Achievements

  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2018)
  • EuroLeague 2010–20 All-Decade Team (2020)
  • EuroLeague champion (2017)
  • All-EuroLeague First Team (2017)
  • Two times EuroLeague Rising Star (2014, 2015)
  • Two times Turkish League champion (2016, 2017)
  • Turkish Cup (2016)
  • Turkish President’s Cup (2016)
  • Two times Adriatic League Champion (2011, 2013)
  • Turkish League Finals MVP (2017)
  • Turkish Cup Final MVP (2016)
  • All-Adriatic League Team (2014)
  • Two times Serbian Player of the Year (2017, 2019)
  • Four times Serbian League Champion (2011–2014)
  • Two times Serbian Cup (2011, 2012)
  • Serbian League Playoffs MVP (2014)
  • FIBA World Cup Top Scorer (2019)

Personal Life

Bogdan Bogdanovic is very open about his personal life and relationships. Thus, his relationship is often covered by international and local media outlets.

Bogdan was in a relationship with Jovana Stojiljkovi, a young Serbian actress. They were rumored to be engaged.

They met through a mutual acquaintance, and the NBA player instantly fell in love with her. Soon after, they were seen hanging out together at several public functions. 

Bogdan Bogdanovic With His Ex-Girlfriend Olga
Bogdan Bogdanovic With His Ex-Girlfriend Olga (Source: Instagram)

Bogdan would also attend the premiere of the films of Jovana. But, the couple broke up in 2017 due to their hectic schedules. They said they mutually broke up since they couldn’t give time to one another and wanted to focus on their respective careers.

There were rumors that Bogdan was dating a tennis player Olga Danilova in 2018. However, there is not much evidence about their dating since they did not have many public interactions.

Net Worth And Salary

The net worth of Bogdan Bogdanovic is estimated to be $62 million as of 2024. Bogdan has earned his net worth from his professional basketball career.

The player has played in the Euroleague and NBA. There is not much information on how much Bogdan earned while playing for European teams.

However, in the NBA, the player signed a rookie deal with the Sacramento Kings for a three-year contract worth $27 million. 

Bogdan Bogdanovic For The Photoshoot of Nike
Bogdan Bogdanovic For The Photoshoot of Nike (Source: Instagram)

Later, the shooting guard signed his career’s most expensive deal with Atlanta Hawks for four years worth $72 million.

On March 16, 2023, he agreed on a four-year/$63 million contract extension with the Hawks, making him the 16th highest-paid shooting guard in the NBA.

He has also earned fortunes after winning titles with his national team. Besides, he endorses different brands, including Nike and Vital Performance.

Social Media Presence 

Bogdan uses social media platforms to keep in touch with his fans. He frequently posts pictures of him during the games and makes some endorsement posts.

The professional basketball player is available on Instagram under the @bogdanbogdanovic, Twitter @LeaderOfHorde, and Facebook @Bogdan Bogdanovic.

Instagram: 613k followers

Facebook: 215k followers

Twitter: 298.6k followers


Bogdanovic has already made a name for himself in the EuroLeague, and now in the NBA, he is being loved by fans for his gameplays.

Bogdan Bogdanovic's Popularity Graph
Bogdan Bogdanovic’s Popularity Graph (Source: Google Trends)

The above graph illustrates the popularity of Bogdan Bogdanovic based on Google searches in the United States over a year.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Is Bogdan Bogdanovic related to Bojan Bogdanovic?

No, Bogdan Bogdanovic is not related to Bojan Bogdanovice. Though it may seem like they are related due to the similarity in their name, they are not. Bogdan Bogdanovic was named after a former Serbian architect, whereas Bojan Bogdanovic is a Croatian basketball player. They play in the same league; that's the only similarity between the two.

What are the overall NBA statistics of Bogdan Bogdanovic?

Bogdan Bogdanovic played 368 games in his NBA career with an average of 3.4 rebounds, 1.0 steals, 3.3 assists, and 14.2 points per game.

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