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Four Croats in this Season’s NBA after Dukan Signs for Sacramento Kings


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Croatia will have four players in the world’s strongest basketball league this season with news that 23-year-old Duje Dukan has signed for NBA club the Sacramento Kings…

208 cm Dukan, who is the son of NBA scout Ivica Dukan and impressed in this seasons Summer League in Vegas, studied at Wisconsin University and appeared twice in a row in the NCAA Final Four.

Dukan joins fellow Croats Bojan Bogdanović (Brooklyn Nets), Damjan Rudež (Minnesota Timberwolves) and Mario Hezonja (Orlando Magic) in the NBA this season.

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