Kostas Sloukas refused to answer questions about the upcoming EuroLeague season with Fenerbahce. "Right now my priority is with my country and hoping we do well at Eurobasket. We have a good off-season with good signings but I will not talk much more about Fenerbahce until Eurobasket is over," he said. Photo: EuroLeague

Greek point guard Kostas Sloukas has signed a two-year extension with EuroLeague and Turkish champions Fenerbahce.

Sloukas has also agreed to a potential one year extension to that deal which means that the heavily touted point guard could remain in Istanbul until 2020.

The 27-year-old guard captured his third EuroLeague title last month with Fenerbahce which he followed up with his second Turkish domestic crown.

With the titles, Sloukas also secured several personal career-highs as well. The guard averaged 9.2 points, 4.5 assists and 2.1 rebounds a game in 26.1 minutes last season, all career-high numbers.

In addition, Baris Hersek, who joined the club in 2015 after a successful spell at rivals Besiktas where he won the EuroChallenge cup in 2012 has signed a two-year deal at Fenerbahce as coach Zeljko Obradovic looks to go with a tried, tested and winning formula next season.