Former Warrior Alen Smailagic drops 32 points in debut for KK Partizan

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After two seasons in the NBA, Alen Smailagic’s run with the Golden State Warriors came to an end during the 2021 offseason. In August, Smailagic returned to Serbia to sign with Belgrade’s KK Partizan.

In a contest against AS Monaco, Smailagic recorded an impressive debut for his new club. As the game turned into a double-overtime thriller, the 21-year-old forward went off, scoring 32 points for his new squad.

Smailagic showed off his full repertoire of scoring skills, drilling 3-pointers and driving to the bucket to score inside.

Along with dropping a game-high 32 points, Smailagic added eight boards, two assists and two blocks in Partizan’s 120-114 victory over Monaco.

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After getting drafted in the second round of the 2019 NBA draft, Smailagic spent 29 games in the NBA, averaging three points on 46.3% shooting from the floor with 1.5 boards, 0.6 assists in 7.7 minutes per contest.

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