Back in July, Agent Alexander Raskovic said that client Vladimir Radmanovic was still intent on remaining in the NBA and wasn't interested in returning to Europe. It now appears that the free agent didn't find an opportunity here in the states as Emiliano Carchia of Sportando (Twitter link) reports that he is set to retire from basektball altogether.
The 32-year-old spent last season with the Bulls on a one-year deal and while it seemed like he'd be a key cog before the season started, he wound up seeing just 5.8 minutes per game in 25 contests. The Bulls signed him to give them some outside shooting and even when they were struggling from beyond the arc, Radmanovic still didn't see significant burn.
For his career, Radmanovic averaged 8.0 PPG, 3.8 RPG, and shot nearly 38% from downtown across 12 seasons with the Sonics, Clippers, Lakers, Bobcats, Warriors, Hawks, and Bulls.