After spending seven seasons in the NBA with the Nets, Thunder, and Celtics, Nenad Krstic signed with CSKA Moscow last summer, with the lockout looming. A year later, Krstic has decided to re-up in Russia, as CSKA Moscow announced today (via Twitter) that it has signed the Serbian for two more years, with a team option for a third.
Krstic, 28, was part of the Jeff Green/Kendrick Perkins trade in 2010/11, finishing the season with the Celtics. While the Celtics hold his Bird Rights (and a cap hold worth over $8.3MM), the team isn't permitted to include him a sign-and-trade deal, since he's spent a year away from the NBA. However, if he does eventually want to return to the Association, Boston could sign him without being under the cap or using a mid-level exception.
In 419 career games in the NBA, Krstic has averaged 10.0 points and 5.4 rebounds in 25.2 minutes per contest.