Bogdan Bogdanovic Undergoes Knee Procedure

APRIL 25: The Kings have confirmed that Bogdanovic underwent his meniscus debridement procedure, announcing that he’ll resume full basketball activities in about eight to 10 weeks.

APRIL 24: Kings shooting guard Bogdan Bogdanovic has been diagnosed with a slight tear of the medial meniscus in his left knee, the team announced today in a press release. According to the Kings, Bogdanovic is undergoing a “minimally invasive” debridement procedure on his knee on Tuesday to address the issue.

Sacramento’s season is over, so Bogdanovic will have several months to recover and rehab following the surgery. The Kings expect him to make a full recovery, indicating they’ll provide an update on his timeline when it becomes available.

Bogdanovic, not to be confused with Pacers wing Bojan Bogdanovic, had a successful rookie season in Sacramento in 2017/18, appearing in 78 games (53 starts) for the team and averaging 11.8 PPG on .446/.392/.840 shooting.

Because Bogdanovic was a draft-and-stash prospect, he isn’t on a standard four-year rookie contract, but he remains under Sacramento’s control for the next two years. He’ll be eligible for restricted free agency in 2020 and remains a key part of the Kings’ core going forward, so the club will closely monitor his recovery process this offseason.

Bogdanovic has been a member of the Serbian national team for the last several years, representing his country in 2017’s EuroBasket tournament. Today’s procedure figures to compromise his availability for Serbia this summer.

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4 thoughts on “Bogdan Bogdanovic Undergoes Knee Procedure

  1. Dionis

    He better breakout next season or else dump him. No excuses for none of these first year players anymore with what Mitchell has been able to do his very first year.

    • Miklo916

      Bro your tripping. Not every first player gonna be a all star.

      • Dionis

        It’s not about being an all-star but the dude was inconsistent most of the season and the Kings were horrible. Only two players I would not move are Fox and Giles on that roster.

        • yoyo137

          Brah Mitchell was a sophomore when he came into the league, and guys like Damian Lillard are 4 year college players. Some guys come into the league more polished. Kobe struggled his rookie year and he came straight out of high school. LeBron came out of high school and didn’t struggle. Everyone is different


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