First, Nenad hired a new agent last week (translated via google):
Center Boston Celtics and the team captain of Serbia, Nenad Krstic, has a new manager. It is a famous basketball player and former representative Serbia Zoran Savic.
Nenad Krstic played his seventh season in the NBA. He started in his first season in Oklahoma "Thunder" to the middle of the year was traded and donned the green shirt "Celtics" with whom he reached the playoffs. However, the Serbian center has not recorded a prominent role in the playoffs, and as an epilogue that he is now thinking about returning to Europe.
Zoran Savic and his management house "Invektus" will take care of frequent bids for 213 centimeter High basketball star who was born in Kraljevo in 1983. Also, there is still a possibility of lockout so it is possible that Nenad Krstic start next season meet in one of Europe's major clubs. Offers that come from Europe as part of the job that is confided Krle Savic.
Zoran Savic is quite a name in European basketball. He had a successful career as a player in Europe and that may lead to the next piece of information from yesterday's media in Serbia (again translated):
Nenad Krstic of the season in the NBA, "visited" half of Europe. They asked him CSKA Moscow, Olympiakos, Barcelona, Caja Laboral.
But he will probably be back in October in the U.S., in Boston.
The first operative "Celtic" Danny Ainge, said he wants to see our national team and Aleksandar Pavlovic back in the green jersey, which will be his priority in the transfer window.
Since Nenad and Sasha, who are free players, they want to pursue NBA career, there is still to be seen whether the agreement with Boston before an eventual lockout or after.
In any case, it is the time for speculations until the new CBA agreement comes so feel free to draw your own conclusions. It seems though as it all signs indicate that Krstic wouldn't be against a move back to Europe, particularly if a lockout arrives in the next weeks. Stay tuned for more updates.
Bohemian 6/08/2011 06:09:00 AM Tweet Edit