With the No. 27 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, the Phoenix Suns selected Serbia's Bogdan Bogdanovic with the intention to stash him overseas for a year or two before bringing him over to the NBA.
The same thing happened a few years ago with Croatia's Bojan Bogdanovic, who will be making his debut with the Brooklyn Nets this season after first being drafted in 2011.
Both players are currently playing for their national team, and the two faced off against each other on Saturday. In a highly competitive game, Bogdan's Serbia came out on top in overtime, thanks in no small part to the heroics of Bogdan himself.
With the clock winding down and his team trailing 83-81, the ball was put in Bogdan's hands, and Sreekar's favorite player delivered.
The Serbian wonder took a hand-off and rose up for a deep 3 with seven seconds left on the clock, and buried it to give his team the lead.
Bojan tried to answer for Croatia, pump faking his defender into the air and getting off a pretty good look, but it bounced hard off the rim and Serbia held on for the 84-83 win.
To be fair, Bojan scored 19 points while Bogdan only finished with eight. However, Bogdan still hit the biggest shot of the game.
Perhaps now when Bogdan finally comes over to the U.S., they'll use his own highlights instead of showing Bojan's.