Bogdanovic has been on a meteoric rise as one of most prolific scorers on the continent. He was a force at youth tournaments, which led him to a big transfer to Real Madrid. However, injuries and lack of playing time set him back, and he has not made a senior national team appearance until the 2010 FIBA World Championship. There, he emerged as team's second highest scorer in the competition and Bogdanovic has been an irreplaceable piece for Croatia ever since. Whether it is off-the-dribble, driving and finishing with both hands, or just plain draining threes, Bogdanovic offers a plethora of weapons to put points on the scoreboard. As Croatia's leading scorer, he averaged near-50% three-point shooting in the Qualification Round last summer, while has also led various stages of Euroleague in scoring over the past three years, including last season's Top 16 when he averaged 20.5-per-night.