A couple weeks back, it was reported that Warriors’ guard Nemanja Nedovic suffered a stress fracture in his foot that would cause him to miss out on playing for Serbia in the FIBA World Cup.
It was later revealed that the injury was not a fracture, which gave Nedovic hope that Golden State would allow him to participate after a review of his medical records.
But the recovery...
The Golden State Warriors had a solid 51-win season in 2013-2014, but lost in the first round of the Western Conference Playoffs to the Los Angeles Clippers. The Warriors look to improve this training camp on their 10th ranked offense and defense. But in order to do so, they need a healthy roster. One concern is the status of backup guard Nemanja Nedovic, who injured his foot....
Nemanja Nedovic did not suffer a fractured foot and he hopes to play for Serbia in the World Cup of Basketball.
The Golden State Warriors received his medical examinations and must give him clearance to participate.
Nedovic was a rookie during the 13-14 season.
The Warriors traded for Nemanja Nedovic back on draft night in 2013 to gamble on his potential. He bounced between the Warriors bench and the D-League last season, then this summer was off to his native Serbia to be on that team’s roster for the World Cup.
But that’s not happening, according to a report in the Bay Area News Group.
The Warriors have an interesting decision to make on 2013 first-round pick Nemanja Nedovic, who did not exactly inspire gushing reviews through the team’s Las Vegas Summer League run, which just ended yesterday.
It’s certainly not a Kevin Love/Klay Thompson level decision; just one of those interesting roster/payroll decisions teams face every year.
-The decision: The Warriors...
According to Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle, Nemanja Nedovic of the Golden State Warriors will miss at least two weeks with a left hamstring strain. Nedovic was recently recalled from the Santa Cruz Warriors, the Development League affiliate of Golden State, but missed Monday's practice due to the hamstring strain.By Cutlass Supreme, via Wikimedia CommonsThe rookie...
Tweet With the final pick of the first round in the 2013 NBA Draft, the Golden State Warriors, who had traded into the first round, selected Serbian guard Nemanja Nedovic. While playing overseas in recent years, Nedovic’s playmaking ability, speed and athleticism earned him the moniker of the “European Derrick Rose.” In Serbia’s game against […]
The NBA Off-Season has always been the best time for players to get in the gym and work on their game. Golden State Warriors rookie guard Nemanja Nedovic is doing more than just working on his game this summer by competing for his native Serbia in the 2013 Eurobasket tournament that kicked off Sept. 4.
Nedovic’s Serbia pulled out a 63-56 victory against Lithuania who featured...
European Derrick Rose. Signed.
The Warriors signed guard Nemanja Nedovic, who was selected with the 30th overall pick in the first round, the team announced Tuesday after reaching a buyout agreement with Lietuvos Rytas of the Lithuanian A League.
The Warriors acquired Nedovic’s draft rights from the Phoenix Suns in exchange for the draft rights to the 29th pick and guard Malcolm...
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Golden State Warriors first-round pick Nemanja Nedovic has had a dozen different coaches in the last six years. He went through three coaches last season alone playing for Lietuvos rytas of the Euroleague, and he has never had much stability in his life or career moving around with his family.
''It's crazy,'' Nedovic said on a teleconference from Serbia on Monday...
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July 01, 2013