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Players/Coaches Movement in Croatia in summer 2017
Check also Croatian Women Transfers and Transactions News

Updated on: May 22, 2017

Select League in Croatia:

  KK CEDEVITA ZAGREB  (Champion)  
Players Left
 Duje Dukan  Croatian USA (208-F-92)  to Windy City B. (D-League)  
Players Stayed
 Dzanan Musa  Bosnia and Herzegovina (204-SG-99)
Free Agents
 Antonio Jordano  (189-PG-99)
 Darko Bajo  (204-G/F-99)
 Mirza Begic  Bosnia and Herzegovina Slovenian (216-C-85)
 Ryan Boatright  USA (183-PG-92)
 Lovro Buljevic  (208-PF-98)
 Ra'shad James  USA (188-G-90)
 Filip Kruslin  (198-SG-89)
 Markus Loncar  Bosnia and Herzegovina (211-C-96)
 Karlo Miksic  (195-SG-97)
 Marko Ramljak  (201-PF-93)
 John Shurna  USA Lithuanian (204-F-90)
 Marko Tomas  (201-G-85)
 Ivan Vucic  (197-F/G-96)
 Ivan Zebic  (195-SG-96)
 Toni Katic  (188-PG-92)
 Marko Arapovic  (207-C/F-96)
 Karlo Zganec  (206-C/F-95)
 Luka Babic  (201-SF-91)
 Miro Bilan  (213-C-89)

Players Stayed
 Aljosa Sarac  (190-G-89)
Free Agents
 Andrej Bacic  (0)
 Luka Katura  (194-G/F-89)
 Patrik Maskaljevic  (0)
 Simon Matisic  (203-F/C-97)
 Jonathon Mines  Australian (193-G-91)
 Jakov Mustapic  (193-G-94)
 Jalen Robinson  USA (206-F/C-93)
 Domagoj Vukovic  (208-F/C-93)
 Arijan Dosen  (188-SG-96)
 Marko Karlovic  (196-G-95)
 Filip Krajina  (209-C-92)
 Antonio Zulj  (196-F-97)
 Nikola Turalija  (205-C-94)
 Jakov Sarac  (182-PG-96)

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