Serbia (2-0) won its second consecutive game on Thursday, defeating Bosnia 77-67 in Day 2 of the preliminary round of the FIBA EuroBasket 2013 championship in Slovenia, and Warriors first-round draft pick Nemanja Nedovic again had a big role.
Nedovic played 27 minutes off the bench scoring 11 points on 3-for-8 shooting, four rebounds, six assists, and a steal. Yet the 22-year-old shooting guard was just 3-for-6 from the line and 2-for-7 from downtown.
He's coming off a 14 point outing yesterday against Lithuania, and remains an integral part in Serbia's quest for a title.
The Warriors traded into the first round of June's draft to select Nedovic at No. 30 overall. He was expected to participate in the Warriors summer league title campaign in Las Vegas, but was kept out of games following an ankle sprain in practice.
The "European Derrick Rose" will report to training camp following the conclusion of the tournament.
Serbia faces Macedonia in Day 3 action tomorrow.