Celtic reserve center Nenad Krstic is drawing interest from Moscow basketball club CSKA Moscow as one of their potential off-season acquisitions. The move makes sense for the Serbian native as it presents an opportunity to make some big money whilst playing close to home. Over the next few months, NBA players will draw plenty of interest from overseas clubs as players begin to prepare for a potential NBA lockout.
Krstic will become an unrestricted free agent once the NBA season officially ends at the end of June.
On the season, Krstic averaged 8.1 points and 4.7 rebounds per game splitting time between Boston and Oklahoma City.