In the first half, they had a three-point lead, but entered the final quarter with a five-point advantage. Bogdanović played fantastically and scored 23 points in 34 minutes, with five assists and four rebounds.
With him on the court, Atlanta scored 13 points more than their opponents, with only Onyeka Okongwu (+23) having a better performance in that regard. Bogdan hit four out of seven three-pointers and was accurate eight out of 12 times in total field goal attempts.
He made all three of his free throws and didn’t have a single turnover. This was his 57th consecutive game with at least one three-pointer, the longest streak in the team’s history.
Bogdanović leads the Eastern Conference with 141 three-pointers this season. According to some predictions, he is currently the sixth favorite to win the “sixth man” award, but if he continues with such performances…
This season, Bogdan averages 17.1 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game.