Bogdan Bogdanovic signs four-year, $72 million offer sheet with Atlanta Hawks

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The Atlanta Hawks have submitted a signed offer sheet to the Sacramento Kings for restricted free agent Bogdan Bogdanovic, according to a report from Sam Amick of The Athletic. His report notes that the Hawks are confident their offer won't be matched by the Kings.

If he re-signs with the Kings, Bogdanovic will have a no-trade clause through the first season and can not be traded to the Hawks. Holding onto Bogdanovic would allow McNair to eventually trade him for other assets, but that would create a logjam in the backcourt and could hinder future roster and salary cap flexibility.

The NBA is reportedly investigating both the Kings and Bucks for impropriety, as they worked on the potential deal prior to the league's free-agency window opening. He shot 37.2 percent from 3-point range, with a career-high 7.2 3-point attempts per game.

The Hawks have already reportedly come to terms with Danilo Gallinari, Rajon Rondo and Kris Dunn this offseason.



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