Detroit Pistons forward Bojan Bogdanovic has agreed on a two-year, $39.1 million contract extension, tying him to the franchise through the 2024-25 season, his agents at Wasserman told ESPN on Sunday.
Bogdanovic arrived from the Utah Jazz in a preseason trade and had entered the final year of a contract earning him $19.5 million.
Pistons general manager Troy Weaver acquired Bogdanovic, 33, with the intention of signing him to an extension and finalized the deal on Sunday.
Bogdanovic already has shown himself to be an excellent floor-spacing presence for a young, rebuilding Pistons roster. He has averaged 23 points on 51.7% field goal percentage in the season's first six games.
Bogdanovic had been a key part of Western Conference playoff teams with the Jazz for the past three seasons, after stops in Indiana, Washington and Brooklyn. He has averaged 15.1 points in his 609 career games.