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Bojan Bogdanovic Headed to the Utah Jazz

The Utah Jazz have added another piece to their roster. According to reports, the Jazz have agreed to a deal with Bojan Bogdanovic on a four-year, $73 million deal.

Wojnarowski also tweeted that this signing was a fallback for the Jazz as one of their targets (Nikola Mirotic) decided to leave the NBA and return to Europe. Justin Zanik, the new general manager of the Jazz, then made a push to sign Bogdanovic. The Jazz landed Bogdanovic with the four-year deal and have made their team even better.

The Jazz have another legitimate perimeter shooter on their roster as Bogdanovic shot a career-high 42.5 percent from deep. Bogdanovic, along with Joe Ingles give the Jazz shooting to go along with their backcourt of (newly acquired)Mike Conley and Donovan Mitchell.

The Jazz are building something special as they prepare for next season. Zanik has been the general manager for a little over a month and has successfully added pieces to their team. Now, the addition of Bogdanovic makes their team even better.


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