Biography: Bogdanovic put his name in the NBA draft last year before withdrawing, and he certainly didn't hurt himself by playing another season in Europe. He went from scoring 8.1 points per game with Croatia's Cibona Zagreb to averaging 18.9 in 2010-11, but the concern is that he isn't done playing overseas. Should rumors of Bogdanovic signing a contract with Turkish club Fenerbahce prove to be true, NBA teams may be much less inclined to use a pick on him this summer. But drafting players who might stay overseas for a few years is nothing new - witness San Antonio's past decade of drafting - and Bogdanovic has plenty of upside. He's a solid if not spectacular shooter, but he brings more to the table than just an outside stroke. Bogdanovic is a good ballhandler with an impressive first step and a decent crossover. Still, he's not a great athlete despite his scoring and handling capabilities, hurting his ability to finish around the rim and leading to a high turnover rate. He's also a defensive liability even in Europe, and it's hard to imagine him defending NBA shooting guards. That's unlikely to change as long as he's in Europe, so a team that looks at drafting Bogdanovic sometime in the second round might have to spend more time with him upon his arrival before he can see the court consistently.