Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul announced on Saturday that it had extended contract with swingman Marko Guduric for the next three years, tying the player with the club until the end of the 2025-26 season. Guduric (1.96 meters, 27 years old) is in his second stint with Fenerbahce, the club where he returned in December 2020. He is averaging 12.5 points on 61.1% two-point and 40.0% three-point shooting this season, along with 3.4 assists, 3.2 rebounds and 1.0 steals.
Fenerbahce extends Guduric three more years
A seven-year EuroLeague veteran, four days shy of his 28th birthday, Guduric had his first two-year stint with Fenerbahce when he helped the team reach the EuroLeague Final Four in both 2018 and 2019. He also helped Fenerbahce win the 2018 Turkish championship and the 2019 Turkish Cup during that span. He also helped the club win the Turkish League title last season.
Guduric is a product of the Crvena Zvezda Belgrade youth system and made his professional debut on loan to FMP Zeleznik. He returned to Zvezda in 2015 and played two seasons there, during which he made his EuroLeague debut and won the Adriatic and Serbian League titles twice and the Serbian Cup once. Guduric also played a season in the NBA with Memphis. He has been a member of the Serbian national team, with which he won the silver medal at EuroBasket 2017.