Union Olimpija withheld a tough challenge from the league leading Igokea to eke out a home win at the end. Klemen Prepelic (191-G-92) scored 22 points as the Slovenian powerhouse improved at 10-9 record in the ladder. Igokea slipped at 15-4 record still on top of the standings. Igokea opened the game quite confidently. The Bosnian team led by as many as six points after the first term 19:13. Union Olimpija tuned in offensively in the second quarter. The hosts fired 24 points in the next ten minutes and surged ahead for a 37:34 halftime lead. Union Olimpija stretched the lead in the third quarter. The hosts held Igokea at 11 points in the period to take a 7-point advantage into the fourth frame. The margin grew at 9-point mark before Igokea bounced back. The visitors went on a 9:0 run to level things up at 63. But Dino Muric (200-F-90), Alen Omic (215-C-92) and Jaka Blazic (196-G-90) scored next six points to seal the victory for Union Olimpija. Jaka Blazic finished with 16 points, while Alen Omic and Dino Muric contributed 13 points each for the winners. Corsley Edwards (205-C/F-79, college: Cent.Conn.St.) answered with 16 points for Igokea. Branko Jorovic (204-F-81, agency: Beo Basket) netted 12 points and grabbed 9 rebounds in defeat.
Bosnia and Herzegovina National Team 2016 Atic Buza Delalic Djedovic Gajic Edin Atic 201-G/F-97 Spars Sarajevo Nedim Buza 205-SF-95 Oostende Haris Delalic 202-SF-94 Bosna-Royal Nihad Djedovic 197-F-90 B.Muenchen Nikola Gajic ... [read more]
JBC MMCITE Brno (NBL) landed 28-year old Serbian point guard Edi Sinadinovic (193-88). Sinadinovic managed to play in four leagues in three countries last year. He played most recently at Sloboda Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina Division I. In 20 games he averaged 12.6ppg, 4.5rpg, 5.9apg (top4), 1.1spg, 2FGP: 42.7%, 3PT: 32.6%, FT: 78.4%, with 18.5 index rating per game. It was a very successful season in his career as he was selected to Eurobasket.com All-Bosnia and Herzegovina League Hon... [read more]
JBC MMCITE Brno (NBL) landed 28-year old Serbian point guard Edi Sinadinovic (193-88). Sinadinovic managed to play in four leagues in three countries last year. He played most recently at Sloboda Tuzla in Bosnia and Herzegovina Division I. In 20 games he averaged 12.6ppg, 4.5rpg, 5.9apg (top4), 1.1spg, 2FGP: 42.7%, 3PT: 32.6%, FT: 78.4%, with 18.5 index rating per game. It was a very successful season in his career as he was selected to Eurobasket.com All-Bosnia and Herzegovina League Honorable Mention. Sinadinovic also played at Zdravlje (2MLS) in Serbian league that season. In three games he had very impressive stats: 21.3ppg, 2.3rpg and 3.0apg (top 4). The other team he played shortly was MZT Skopje (Prva Liga) in FYR Macedonian league. In three games he had 2.7ppg and 1.7apg (top 4). Sinadinovic also played 7 games in ABA League where he had 3.6ppg and 1.0apg. He also spent pre-season at Partizan (KLS) in Serbian league that year. He was close to sign contract but at that time Head Coach, Dusko Vujosevic leave the team so Sinadinovic didn't signed with Serbian powerhouse. The most of previous (2014-15) season Sinadinovic spent at PAOK Thessaloniki (A1) in Greek league. In 11 games he had 2.1ppg and 1.2apg. He helped them to make it to the semifinals and won 3rd place game. Another team Sinadinovic played that season for was Targu Mures (Liga Nationala) in Romanian league. In 8 games he had also remarkable stats: 15.5ppg, 4.3rpg and 3.8apg. He is also holding records in assists in two leagues, Bosnia and Estonia. Sinadinovic is a very experienced player. He has played also professionally in Bulgaria (BC CSKA Interlogic Sophia), Croatia, Estonia (Valga), Serbia (Masinac), Romania (Pitesti) and Greece (AEK/Argous).
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