In the 10 years that he played in the NBA, Jonas Jerebko never really found the right fit in any team. He showed a bit of promise when he started his journey with the Detroit Pistons during the 2009-10 season. But instead of up, his production just went down.

One of the overlooked unrestricted free agents this summer, the 32-year-old power forward has opted to take his act to Europe and play for BC Khimki. In an official team press release, the basketball player who last suited up for the Golden State Warriors in the NBA has agreed to a two-year deal.

“I'm just excited about this great opportunity to play for one of the best teams in Europe. I'm looking forward to playing at the top level in Europe after 10 years in the NBA. Playing against the best teams in the EuroLeague was obviously on my bucket list. I'm super excited about the opportunity of joining my teammates," Jerebko said.

Jerebko holds the distinction of being only the second player in NBA history to be selected in the NBA Draft. The first one was Miles Simon who was drafted 42nd overall in the 1998 NBA Draft by the Orlando Magic. He is currently an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers.

After the Pistons, Jerebko also had stints with the Boston Celtics and the Utah Jazz. For the Warriors, his greatest moment came in October of last year when he beat the buzzer with a game-winning tip following a Kevin Durant miss as the Warriors defeated the Jazz, 124-23. For those who missed that, you can watch it again here.

Other than that, Jerebko was never a factor for the Warriors last season. And seeing how the Dubs are rebuilding right now, it never appeared he was going to be given a new lease especially with Alfonzo McKinnie, Omari Spellman and rookie Eric Paschall likely to get head coach Steve Kerr's nod.

Looking ahead, it remains to be seen if Jerebko will ever consider a return to the NBA. That could all depend on how well he plays in Europe and the role he would have after his two-year deal lapses. Already 34 at that time, a return to the NBA might just land him the same role - that is coming off the bench.

Golden State Warriors The Golden State Warriors are still the favorites to potentially win a fourth championship in five years. In this picture, Kevin Durant #35 of the Warriors celebrates with the MVP trophy as Stephen Curry #30 celebrates with the Larry O'Brien Trophy after defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers during Game Four of the 2018 NBA Finals at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, June 8, 2018. Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images