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Hall of Fame - Players
Andre Knego
Damir Mulaomerovic
Stojan Vrankovic
Velimir Perasovic
Arijan Komazec
Dino Radja
Toni Kukoc
Drazen Petrovic
Petar Skansi
Kresimir Cosic
Nicola Plecas
Danko Cvjeticanin

Hall of Fame - Coaches
Aleksandar Petrovic
Ivan Sunara
Rato Tvrdic
Mirko Novosel

Andre Knego Basketball Career

Andre Knego basketball
Andre Knego
Cibona Zagreb (YUG)
1996-1997: UBSC Graz (AUT1)
1997-1998: UBSC Graz (AUT1)
Yugoslavian National Team

Damir Mulaomerovic Basketball Career

Damir Mulaomerovic basketball
player Damir Mulaomerovic
Damir Mulaomerovic (Photo: Euroleague)
Born: Sep.19, 1974 in Tuzla (Bosnia)
1990-1991: Sloboda Dita Tuzla
1994-1995: Cibona Zagreb (1T)
1995-1996: Cibona Zagreb (1T)
1996-1997: Cibona Zagreb (1T): 16.1ppg, Assist-5(3.3)
1997-1998: Cibona Zagreb (1T): 16.5ppg, 3.2apg, "3"-3(47.5)
1998-1999: Teamsystem Bologna (Italy-A1): 11.8ppg, 1.8rpg, 1.9apg
1999-2000: Efes Pilsen Istanbul (Turkey): : 14.5ppg, Assists-1(5.6), Euroleague: 15.8ppg, Assists-3(4.8)
2000-2001: Efes Pilsen Istanbul (Turkey): 17.7ppg, 2.7rpg, Assists-3(4.4); Suproleague: 19.1ppg, 2rpg, Assists-4(5), Free-1(89.2%)
2001-2002: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): got injured in Jan.'02 and had to undergo a surgery, joined back the team in March '02: Greek League: 17 games: 14.3ppg, 1.9rpg, 3.2apg, 1.4spg; Euroleague stats: 13 games: 14.6ppg, 1.8rpg, 2.7apg, 1.4bpg
2002-2003: Amatori Snaidero Udine (Italy-SerieA): ULEB Cup: 5 games: 17.0ppg, 2.2rpg, 3.2apg, 1.2bpg; Italian SerieA: 10 games: 15.3ppg, 2.6rpg, 3.0apg, in Nov.'02 moved to Real Madrid (Spain-ACB): Euroleague: 5 games: 12.2ppg, 2.0rpg, 2.4apg; Spanish ACB League: 22 games: 9.9ppg, 1.4rpg, 2.5apg
2003-2004: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece-A1): 25 games: 20.6ppg, 2.4rpg, 6.8apg
2004-2005: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece-A1): ULEB Cup: 9 games: 20,8ppg, 2.3rpg, 7.8apg, 1.3spg, FGP: 60.9%, 3Pts: 38.3%; Greek League Regular Season: 20 games: 16.8ppg, 1.9rpg, Ast-1(6.0apg), 2FGP: 54.0%, 3FGP: 33.0%; Greek League Play-Offs: 2 games: 22.5ppg, 2.5rpg, 2.0apg, 1.0spg
2005-2006: Panellinios Athens (Greece-A1): 23 games: Score-1(21.2ppg), 2.3rpg, Assists-1(5.0apg), 2FGP: 48.0%, 3PT: 46.0%, FT: 79.0%
2006-2007: In Sep.'06 was signed by Olympiacos S.F.P. Pireus (Greece-A1): Euroleague: 6 games: 2.5ppg, 1.3rpg; Greek League: 8 games: 9.4ppg, 1.5rpg, 1.6apg, 2FGP: 52.0%, 3FGP-1(59.0%), FT: 55.0% to replace injured Macijauskas, left in Jan.'07, then joined Bruesa-Guipuzcoa BC (Spain-ACB): 13 games: 10.8ppg, 1.4rpg, 1.8apg, 2FGP: 40.0%, 3FGP: 33.0%, FT: 86.0%
2007-2008: KK Cibona VIP Zagreb (Croatia-A1): Euroleague: 11 games: 7.2ppg, 1.3rpg, 1.9apg, 1.1spg, FGP: 50%, 3PT: 29.4%, FT: 63.3%; Adriatic League: 24 games: 9.8ppg, 1.4rpg, 3.0apg, 0.9spg, FGP: 41.5%, 3PT: 37%, FT: 81.9%; Croatian League: 15 games: Score-3(18.5ppg), 2.3rpg, Assists-2(5.5apg), 1.1spg, 2FGP: 62.0%, 3PT: 48.0%, FT: 88.0%
2008-2009: In Nov.'08 signed at PAOK Marfin Thessaloniki (Greece-A1): 10 games: 13.4ppg, 2.3rpg, 3.8apg, FGP: 37.0%, 3PT: 44.4%, FT: 88.5%; in Jan.'09 moved to KK Zagreb (Croatia-A1, starting five): Croatian League: 16 games: 16.0ppg, 1.6rpg, Assists-3(5.1apg), FGP: 56.9%, 3PT: 44.3%, FT: 81.2%; Adriatic League: 6 games: 13.0ppg, 1.3rpg, 4.3apg
2009-2010: KK Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje (Croatia-A1, starting five): Croatian League: 12 games: 11.0ppg, 4.1apg, FGP: 57.1%, 3PT: 24.4%, FT: 79.6%; Adriatic League: 21 games: Score-3(16.8ppg), 1.3rpg, 4.1apg, FGP: 49.0%, 3PT: 36.4%, FT: 88.4%; EuroChallenge: 10 games: 15.8ppg, 1.4rpg, Assists-5(4.5apg), FGP: 54.8%, 3PT: 29.3%, FT: 79.6%
2010-2011: KK Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje (Croatia-A1): EuroCup Qualifying Round: 2 games: 5.0ppg, 1.0apg; Adriatic League: 19 games: 11.6ppg, 1.6rpg, 3.2apg, FGP: 47.9%, 3PT: 35.2%, FT: 75.7%; EuroChallenge: 4 games: 15.8ppg, 2.8rpg, 4.0apg, 1.8spg; Croatian League: 12 games: 12.5ppg, 1.8rpg, 3.4apg, FGP: 55.1%, 3PT: 36.5%, FT: 75.0%
2011-2012: KK Zagreb Croatia Osiguranje (Croatia-A1, starting five): Adriatic League: 17 games: 9.3ppg, 1.2rpg, 3.9apg, FGP: 50.0%, 3PT: 26.4%, FT: 80.9%; Euroleague: 9 games: 10.4ppg, 1.2rpg, 2.9apg, FGP: 39.6%, 3PT: 45.0%, FT: 89.3%; Croatian League: 11 games: 9.5ppg, 2.0rpg, 4.1apg, FGP: 55.6%, 3PT: 17.1%, FT: 81.8%
2012 - reired
Croatian Junior Championships Winner -93(MVP)
Croatian U18 National Team -94
Croatian League Champion -95-98
Croatian National Team -95-03
Olympic Games -96
European Championships -97,99,01,03
Euroleague FinaFour -99
Croatian League Military Team –99
World Military Games Champion -99 (MVP)
Euroleague Final Four -00
Turkish League Finalist -00,01
Turkish President Cup Winner -00
Turkish Cup Winner -01
Suproleague Final Four -01 All-Turkish League Import Players 2nd Team –01
Euroleague Champion -02 All-Europe Honorable Mention 2002
Greek A1 All-Star Game -04, 05, 06 All-Greek A1 League Bosman Player of the Year -04, 06 All-Greek A1 League 2nd Team -04 Greek A1 League All-Bosmans Team -04, 05, 06
Greek Cup Semifinals -05
ULEB Cup Quarterfinals -05 All-Greek A1 League Guard of the Year -05 All-Greek A1 League 1st Team -05, 06
Croatian Cup (Kresimir Cosic Cup) Finalist -08, 09, 12
Adriatic League Quarterfinals -08
Croatian A1 League Semifinals -08, 09, 10
Croatian Cup (Kresimir Cosic Cup) Winner -09, 10, 11
EuroChallenge Quarterfinals -10 All-EuroChallenge European Player of the Year -10 All-EuroChallenge 2nd Team -10 EuroChallenge All-Europeans Team -10 All-Adriatic League 2nd Team -10 Adriatic League All-European Players Team -10
Croatian A1 League Champion -11

Stojan Vrankovic Basketball Career

Born: Jan.22, 1964
Lots of experience. Very good moves close to the basket. Great defender.
1988-1989: KK Zadar
1989-1990: Aris Thessaloniki (Greece)
1990-1991: Boston Celtics (NBA)
1991-1992: Boston Celtics (NBA)
1992-1993: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): Block-1(Euro-1), Reb-2(Euro-3(16.3))
1993-1994: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): Reb-4
1994-1995: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece)
1995-1996: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): 13.1ppg, 12.2rpg
1996-1997: Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA)
1998-1999: Los Angeles Clippers (NBA), in March '99 was put on the injured list with back spasms
1999-2000: Paf Bologna (Italy-A1): 6.3ppg, 6.4rpg
2000-2001: In Dec.'00 signed with Paf Bologna (Italy-A1): 15 games: 4.2ppg, 5rpg; Euroleague: 10 games: 6.2ppg, 6.5rpg, in April '01 had to leave the team due to back problems (disk hernia), and will probably undergo a surgery
2001-signed 2-years contract with Cibona Zagreb
2001-2002: Cibona Zagreb: DNP
Euro All Stars -87,95(5)
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -81
Yugoslavian National Team -86-89
Croatian National Team -92-96,99
Olympic Games -88-2,92-2,96
World Championships -94(3)
European Championships -87-3,89-1,93-3,95-3
Euro Cup 94-3
Greek League Finalist -93,95
Greek League Player of the Year -95
Euro Club Champion -96
Euro All-Star Game - Moscow'99
Italian SerieA Champion -00
Italian A1 All-Defensive Team -00
Adriatic League Semifinals -02
Croatian League Cup Winner -02

Velimir Perasovic Basketball Career

Velimir Perasovic basketball
Velimir Perasovic (Photo: BasketNews)
Born: Feb.9, 1965 in Split (Croatia)
Player: 196-G
1985-1986: Split (1T)
1986-1987: Split (1T)
1987-1988: Split (1T)
1988-1989: Split (1T)
1989-1990: Split (1T)
1990-1991: Split (1T)
1991-1992: Split (1T)
1992-1993: Lugo (Spain, starting five): $0.3mln: Score-1(24.5), Steals-3
1993-1994: Taugres Vitoria (Spain, starting five): Score-5(21.9)
1994-1995: Taugres Vitoria (Spain, starting five)
1995-1996: Taugres Vitoria (Spain, starting five)
1996-1997: Taugres Vitoria (Spain, starting five)
1997-1998: Fuenlabrada Madrid (Spain-ACB): Score-2(24)
1998-1999: Fuenlabrada Madrid (Spain-LEB): Score-1(22.5), 2.9apg
1999-2000: Fuenlabrada Madrid (Spain): Score-1(22.4), 2.3rpg, 2.6apg
2000-2001: Fuenlabrada Madrid (Spain): Score-1(22.9), 1.7rpg, 3.3apg, "3"-1(46.3%)
2001-2002: Fuenlabrada Madrid (Spain): Saporta Cup: 12 games: 23.8ppg, 3.6rpg, 1.9apg, 1.0spg: got injured in Jan.'02; ACB Regular Season stats: 33 games: 22.4ppg, 2.6rpg, 2.4apg
2002-2003: Lucentum Alicante (Spain-ACB): 34 games: 17.9ppg, 2.2rpg, 2.7apg
Yugoslavian National Team -86-91
Yugoslavian League Champion -88-91
Yugoslavian Cup -90,91
Croatian Cup -92
World Championships -90(1)
European Championships -91(1),93(3),95(3)
Croatian National Team -92,93,95-96
Olympic Games -92(2),96
EuroCup Winner -89-91,96
Spanish ACB All-Stars -92
All-Spain ACB Imports 1st Team -99,00
Spanish ACB All-Stars Game -00,01,02
Korac Cup Quarterfinals -02
Spanish ACB Quarterfinals -02
Sport Director:
2003-2004: BC Split
Head Coach:
2004-2005: Caja San Fernando Sevilla (Spain-ACB), fired in Mar.'05
2005-2006: Tau Ceramica Vitoria (Spain-ACB), hired in Dec.'05
2006-2007: Tau Ceramica Vitoria (Spain-ACB), left in March'07 because of helth problem
2007-2008: MMT Estudiantes Madrid (Spain-ACB)
2008: In June signed a 2-year contract with KK Cibona VIP Zagreb
2008-2009: KK Cibona VIP Zagreb (A1)
2009-2010: KK Cibona VIP Zagreb (A1)
2010-2011: Efes Pilsen Istanbul (Turkey-TBL)
Croatian Cup Winner -04
Spanish Copa del Rey Winner -06
Euroleague Semifinals -06
Spanish ACB Regular Season Runner-Up -06
Spanish ACB Finalist -06
Spanish ACB Supercup Winner -06
Adriatic League Regular Season Runner-Up -09
Adriatic League Finalist -09, 10
Croatian A1 League Regular Season Champion -09, 10
Croatian A1 League Champion -09, 10
Croatian Cup (Kresimir Cosic Cup) Winner -09
Croatian Cup (Kresimir Cosic Cup) Finalist -10
Adriatic League Regular Season Champion -10 All-Croatian A1 League Coach of the Year -10

Arijan Komazec Basketball Career

Arijan Komazec basketball
Arijan Komazec
Born: Jan.23, 1970
WHEN HE IS ON TOP OF HIS GAME HE'S VITUALLY UNSTOPPABLE. Only some injuries stopped that great career.
1989-1990: KK Zadar: Assists-3, Blocks-8, FGP-1
1990-1991: KK Zadar: Assists-4, FGP-6
1991-1992: KK Zadar
1992-1993: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece), Score-4
1993-1994: Cagiva Varese (Italy-A2)
1994-1995: Cagiva Varese (Italy-A1): 95-1(33.7)
1995-1996: Buckler Bologna (Italy-A1): Score-4(22.8)
1996-1997: Buckler Bologna (Italy-A1): Score-5(22.9), FGP-2(63.4)
1997-1998: was going to sign for FC Barcelona, but finally in Nov.'97 was signed by Varese (Italy-A1) as a replacement of Ukrainian Lokhmanchuk: 19.2ppg, 3.3rpg
1998-1999: Olympiacos Pireus (Greece): in Dec.'98 was injured in the game BIH-CRO and did not play for 2 months.
1999-2000: KK Zadar (1T): Score-3(21.9), 4.2rpg, Assists-3(4.8)
2000-2001: Vancouver Grizzlies (NBA): DNP
2001-2002: A.E.K. Athens (Greece): $250,000: Euroleague stats: 8 games: 9.5ppg, 2.1rpg, 7ast; Greek League: 11games: 10.9ppg, 3.3rpg, 1.3apg: in Dec.'01 was replaced by Chris Carr
2003-2004: Air Scandone Avellino (Italy-SerieA): 28 games: 15.4ppg, 3.5rpg, 1.4apg
Yugoslavian U16 National Team -84-87
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -86-88
World Championships U18 -88(1)
Yugoslavian National Team -86-91
World Championships -90(1)
European Championships -91(1),93(3),95(3)
Olympic Games -92,96
Croatian National Team -92-00
World Championships -94(3)
EURO All-Stars-94,95(9)
Greek League Champion -93
Greek All-Star Game -99 (MVP)
Euroleague FinaFour -99
Greek League Finalist -99
Croatian All-Star Game -00
Croatian Cup Winner -00
Croatian League Finalist -00
Croatian League 1st Team -00
Croatian All-Defensive Team -00

Dino Radja Basketball Career

Dino Radja basketball
Dino Radja
Born: April 22, 1967
Probably the top power forward un Europe. One of the few Europeans, who made excellent career in the NBA. Very good playing as the power forward, but can also play well as the center. Great moves close to the basket. Combination of experience and good technique gives very good results. Very good court vision, so can easily pass to his teammates, when defended by two players.
1985-1986: Split
1986-1987: Split
1987-1988: Split
1988-1989: Split
1989: drafted by Boston Celtics (NBA,2rd(40))
1989-1990: Split
1990-1991: Roma (Italy-A1)
1991-1992: Roma (Italy-A1)
1992-1993: Roma (Italy-A1)
1993-1994: Boston Celtics (NBA, starting five): 15.1ppg
1994-1995: Boston Celtics (NBA, starting five): in Dec.'94 broke his arm: 17.2ppg, 8.7rpg
1995-1996: Boston Celtics (NBA, starting five)
1996-1997: Boston Celtics (NBA, starting five): injured during the season
1997-1998: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): 20.9ppg, 13.2rpg, 2.3apg
1998-1999: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece)
1999-2000: KK Zadar (1T): Score-2(22.6), Reb-1(11.1), 4.1apg, Blocks-3(1.4), Saporta Cup: 10.9rpg
2000-2001: Olympiacos Pireus (Greece): $2.2mln+bonuses: 16.8ppg, Reb-1(11.8), 2.2apg, 1.2spg; Euroleague: 14.1ppg, Reb-2(10.1), 1.5bpg
2001-2002: In Dec.'01 was signed by Cibona VIP Zagreb (1T), but then released since the team did not qualify to the other stage of Euroleague: Euroleague stats: 3 games: 13.7ppg, 9.3rpg, 1.7apg; Adriatic League: 2 games: 19.5ppg, 14.5rpg, 3.0apg, 3.0bpg, 1.5spg
2002-2003: In Jan.'03 joined Croatia Osiguranje Split (1T): Adriatic League: 3 games: 22.7ppg, 9.3rpg, 1.0apg; Croatian League: 16 games: 19.2ppg, 13.1rpg, 2.3apg, 2.3bpg, 1.8spg
2005, August: received an offer from Real Madrid (Spain-ABC) to come back on the court as active player, but he denied
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -86, 87
Yugoslavian U22 National Team -87
Yugoslavian National Team -86-91
Croatian National Team -92-96, 98
Euro All Stars -91,94(2)
World Championships -94(3)
Eurocup Winner -90
European Championships - 87,89(1),91(1),93(3),95(3)
Olympic Games -92(2),96
NBA 2nd Rookie Team -94 All-Greek 2nd MVP -98
Greek League Champion -98,99
Euro All-Star Game -Berlin '98
Euro All-Star Game - Moscow'99 (had to withdraw his name because of injury)
Croatian Cup Winner -00
Croatian League Finalist -00 Croatian League MVP -00 Croatian All-Defensive Team -00
Greek A1 All-Star Game -01 All-Euroleague Regular Season 3rd Team -01
ULEB Euroleague Quarterfinals -01 Greek All-League 1st Team -01
Greek League Finalist -01
Croatian Cup Semifinals -03
Croatian League Champion -03 All-Croatian League Center of the Year -03 All-Croatian League 1st Team -03 Croatian League All-Domestic Players Team -03

Toni Kukoc Basketball Career

Toni Kukoc basketball
Toni Kukoc (Photo: Basket News)
Born: Sep.18, 1968 in Split, Croatia
1885-1986: Split
1886-1987: Split
1887-1988: Jugoplastika Split
1888-1989: Jugoplastika Split
1989-1990: Jugoplastika Split
1990-1991: Pop 84 Split: Assists-1, Blocks-1
1991: Drafted by Suncoast Sunblasters (USBL)
1991 -6 years contract (25mln$) with Treviso
1991-1992: Benetton Treviso (Italy-A1): Assists-1
1992-1993: Benetton Treviso (Italy-A1): Assists-1
1993 -7 years contract (14.6mln$) with Chicago Bulls (NBA)
1993-1994: Chicago Bulls (NBA): 10.9ppg
1994 -6 years contract (26mln$)?
1994-1995: Chicago Bulls (NBA): 5.2mln$, 15.7ppg, 5.4rpg, 4.6apg
1995-1996: Chicago Bulls (NBA)
1996-1997: Chicago Bulls (NBA): $3.8mln, 13.2ppg, 4.6rpg, 4.5apg
1997-1998: Chicago Bulls (NBA)
1998-1999: Chicago Bulls (NBA, starting five): 18.8ppg, 7rpg, 5.3apg
1999-2000: Chicago Bulls (NBA, starting five), in Feb.'00 traded to Philadelphia 76ers (NBA, starting five): 14.8ppg, 4.9rpg, 4.7apg
2000 -re-signed with Philadelphia 76ers (NBA) for 4 seasons for $28 million
2000-2001: Philadelphia 76ers (NBA): 8ppg, 3.4rpg, 1.9apg, in Feb.'01 traded in 6 players deal to Atlanta Hawks (NBA): 17 games: 19.7ppg, 5.7rpg, 6.2apg
2001-2002: $8,050,000: Atlanta Hawks (NBA, starting five): 59 games: 9.9ppg, 3.7rpg, 3.6apg
2002-2003: $8,822,182: Atlanta Hawks (NBA, starting five), before the season traded to Milwaukee Bucks (NBA, starting five): in Dec.'02 placed (torn ligament, right thumb) on the injured list, activated next month: Regular Season: 63 games: 11.6ppg, 4.2rpg, 3.7apg, 1.3spg
2003-2004: $9,595,000: Milwaukee Bucks (NBA): in Dec.'03 was placed (back spasms) on the injured list, activated later that month: Regular Season: 73 games: 8.4 ppg, 3.7rpg, 2.7apg; Play-Offs: 5 games: 8.4 ppg, 2.8rpg
2004-2005: $3,000,000: Milwaukee Bucks (NBA): in Nov.'04 was placed on the injured list, activated at the beginning of Jan.'05: 53 games: 5.6ppg, 3.0rpg, 3.0apg, FGP: 41%, 3Pts: 36.2%
2005-2006: $2,000,000: Milwaukee Bucks (NBA): Regular Season: 65 games: 4.9ppg, 2.3rpg, 2.1apg; Play-Offs: 3 games: 7.3ppg, 1.7rpg, 3.0apg
2006 - Retired in Sep.
NBAChampion -96-98
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -86-87
Yugoslavian National Team -86-91
Croatian National Team -92-96,99
Italy Champion -92
World Championships -90(1),94(3)
European Championships -87,89(1),91(1),95(3),99
Olympic Games -92(2),96
EURO All Stars -90,91(1),92(1),92,93(2),94(1)
NBA 2nd Rookie Team -94
CRO Best Player -99

Drazen Petrovic Basketball Career

Born: Oct.22, 1964 in little sea town
Died: June 7, 1993
Drazen is a legend of Croatian and European basketball. It's considered by many as the best ever European player
The late Drazen Petrovic, was hailed as a superstar in his native land. As a young man in 1984-85, he once scored 112 points in a Croatian League game, hitting 40 of 60 from the field. He was a member of the silver medal-winning Yugoslavian (1988) and Croatian (1992) Olympic teams. He also led his Real Madrid Spanish league team to the European Cup Championship in February 1989, and led the Yugoslavian National Team to victory at the European Championships in June of that year. Petrovic's skills propelled him into a brief career in the NBA, cut short by his tragic death at the age of 28 in a car accident in Germany. Although he only played four seasons, it was evident that Petrovic was a budding NBA superstar. He began his career with the Portland Trail Blazers in 1989 before he was traded to the New Jersey Nets in 1991. He remained with the Nets until his death in 1993. Petrovic possessed exceptional shooting ability, and during his final season in 1992-93, he averaged a career-high and team-leading 22.3 ppg on 51.8 percent shooting from the floor, including 44.9 percent from three-point range. That season, he was third in the NBA in 3-point field goal percentage (.449) and was named to the All-NBA Third Team. In his four-year NBA career, he averaged 15.4 ppg on 50.6 percent shooting, including 43.7 percent from three-point range
BC Sibenka, 1982-1984
BC Cibona, 1984-1988
Real Madrid, 1988-1989
NBA's Portland Trail Blazers, 1989-91
NBA's New Jersey Nets, 1991-1993
Scored 112 points in a Croatian League game, making 40 of 60 from the field (1984-85)
Member of Silver Medal-winning Yugoslavian (1988) and Croatian (1992) Olympic teams
Led Yugoslavian National Team to the European Championships, 1989
Led Real Madrid to the European Cup championship, 1989
Led Real Madrid to the Spanish National Cup, 1989
Led Cibona to the European Cup, 1987
Led Cibona to National Cup, 1988
Named Sportsman of the Year in his native Croatia in 1985, 1986, 1988
Croatian Player of the Year (both Zutko and KLM Trophy) in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988
MVP of World Champions for Senior Men in Spain, 1986
Led National Team to the Gold Medal at the World Championships, 1990
Led National Team to the Gold Medal at the European Championships, 1989
MVP of European Championships in Zagreb, 1989
Averaged 28.3 ppg and shot .600 from the floor in 47 games, leading the Club Real Madrid to a second-place finish behind Barcelona in the 1989 Spanish League championship series
Leading scorer of Spanish ABC League, 1988-89
La Gazetta dello Sport (Italy), 1992
La Gazetta dello Sport (Italy) Europe Player of the Year, 1989
Giganti del Basket's Mister Europa, 1986
Best player of Croatian Championship for Cadets, 1979
Led Sibenka to Gold Medal at the Croatian Championship for Cadets, 1980
Best Player of the Balkan Championship for Junior Men, 1982
McDonald Tournament Trophy named in his honor
Hall of fame member
As a member of the Nets, scored career-high 44 points vs. Houston on January 24, 1993
Third in the NBA in 3-point field goal percentage (.449) during the 1992-93 season
Averaged career-high and team-leading 22.3 ppg on 51.8 percent shooting from the floor, including 44.9 percent from 3-point range, in 1992-93
All-NBA Third Team (1993)
During four-year NBA career, averaged 15.4 ppg on 50.6 percent shooting; (43.7 percent 3-pointers)
Died tragically in a car accident in Germany at the age of 28. It was a thrill to play against Drazen. Every time we competed, he competed with an aggressive attitude. He came at me as hard as I came at him. So, we've had some great battles in the past and unfortunately, they were short battles.
Michael Jordan
When Drazen first time arrived to Chicago, in the times of war in Croatia, he approached the game announcer and asked for correction:
I am not Yugoslavian, I am Croatian.
Since then nobody ever called him Yugoslavian in the NBA. I think, that what Drazen did for Croatia is uncountable, priceless and ever lasting.
- his brother Aleksandar said for Croatian Sports newspaper
1982: Radivoje Korac cup
1983: Radivoje Korac cup finals
1983: Yugoslav Championship
1985: Yugoslav championship
1985: Yugoslav cup
1985: European league
1986: Yugoslav cup
1986: European league
1986: Yugoslav play-off finals
1989: Spanish cup
1989: European cup-winners Cup
1989: Spanish play-off finals

Petar Skansi Basketball Career

Yugoslavian National Team -65-70 WC-67,70 EC -65,67
Nickname: Pero
Head Coach:
1988-1989: Roma (Italy)
1990-1993: Benetton Treviso (Italy)
1997-1998: in October'97 replaced Virginio Bernardi in Cantu (ITA1) and in Mar.'98 replaced Valerio Bianchini in Teamsystem Bologna (ITA1)
1998-1999: Teamsystem Bologna (Italy)
1999-2000: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece): $0.3mln: released in Dec.'99 due to team weak performance
2002-2003: In March '03 was hired by Croatia Osiguranje Split
2003-2004: In Nov.'03 was hired by Krka Telekom Novo Mesto (Slovenia-1A)
2005-2006: KK Split (A1)
Sport Director:
2006-2007: KK Split (A1)
2007-2008: KK Split (A1), resigned in Jan.'08
Yugoslavian National Team -79
Croatian National Team -92,96-97
Olympic Games -92,96
European Championships -79,97
Italian League Champion -92
Italian League Finalist -98
Ialian All-Star Game -99
Euroleague FinaFour -99
Croatian League Champion -03
Croatian A1 League Semifinals -06, 07

Kresimir Cosic Basketball Career

Kresimir Cosic basketball
Kresimir Cosic
(November 26, 1948 - March 25, 1995) was a professional basketball player.
He was born in Zagreb and raised in Zadar. He was the first foreign player to earn All-America honors by United Press International, garnering them in 1972 and 1973. He played for Brigham Young University from 1971 to 1973. After his college career, he rejected several professional offers and returned home to Croatia.
Cosic played in four Olympic Games: 1968, 1972, 1976, and 1980 in Moscow when he led his team to the gold medal. He previously led Yugoslavia to a pair of World Championship gold medals in 1970 and 1978.
Following his playing days, he turned to coaching, and led the former Yugoslav team to a silver medal in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul. Cosic became only the third international player ever elected to the world's Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, the birthplace of basketball.
In the years following basketball he worked in the USA as a Croatian diplomat at the Embassy in Washington, D.C.

Brigham Young University (1971-73)

College Playing Highlights:

First foreign player to earn All-America honors in both 1972 and 1973 by United Press International, Converse,
Street & Smiths and the Helms Foundation
All-District Seven (1972, 1973)
All-Western Athletic Conference (WAC) First Team (1971, 1972, 1973)
Upon graduation, held six WAC records
Named to the WAC All-Decade Team (1974)
Played in prestigious East-West college All-Star Game (1973)
Drafted by the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers and the ABA's Carolina Cougars (1973)
Led BYU in scoring as a junior (22.3 ppg) and senior (20.2 ppg)
Second all-time rebounder (919, 11.6 rpg) and among top 10 scorers (1,512 points)
Led BYU to the NCAA Regional Finals (1971, 1972)
Led BYU to a pair of WAC titles (1971, 1972)
International Playing:

KK Zadar (1964-69, 1973-75)
KK Cibona (1980-83)
International Playing Highlights:

Played in four Olympic Games (1968, 1972, 1976, 1980)
Led Cibona to a gold medal (1980), and Zadar to silver medals (1968, 1976)
Led Cibona to a pair of World Championship gold medals (1970, 1978) and three European titles
Earned First Team All-European honors seven times
Played for two-time Italian champions Virtus Bologna (1979, 1980)
Led Virtus Bologna to a third place in European Cup of Champions (1980)
International Coaching:

Coached the former Yugoslavian team to a 7th place in the 1985 Europeans, 3rd in the 1986 Worlds and 3rd in the 1987 Europeans.
A hero on and off the court in his native homeland of Croatia, Kresimir Cosic's decision to attend Brigham Young University paved the way for international basketball players to come to America to hone their basketball skills at the collegiate level. Cosic, a 6-foot-11 center who was equally effective playing near the basket and on the perimeter, enrolled at BYU in 1970 after leading the former Yugoslavia to an Olympic silver medal in 1968. He is the first foreign player to earn All-America honors. The versatile big man led BYU to the NCAA Tournament Regional Finals and two Western Athletic Conference (WAC) titles in 1971 and 1972. Cosic led the Cougars in scoring (22.3 ppg) and rebounding (13.0 rpg) in his junior year and again in scoring in his senior year (20.2 ppg). In his a three-year collegiate career, Cosic compiled 1,512 points (19.1 ppg) and grabbed the second most rebounds in BYU history (919 rebounds, 11.6 rpg). His combination of shooting skills and aggressive rebounding made him an All-America selection following his junior season and a WAC First Team All-Star in each of his three years.
After his outstanding college career, Cosic rejected several pro offers, and instead returned home to Croatia, where his career continued to catapult. He played in four Olympic Games (1968, 1972, 1976 and 1980) and guided his team to the Gold Medal in 1980. Cosic led the former Yugoslavia to a pair of World Championship gold medals in 1970 and 1978. A seven-time First-Team All European selection, Cosic was a member of the former Yugoslavian team that won three European titles. Following his playing days, Cosic turned his talents to coaching, and led the former Yugoslavian team to a silver medal in the 1988 Olympics in Seoul. A member of the BYU Hall of Fame, Cosic's years of hard work and commitment to his native land were rewarded with the presentation of the Freedom Award. The Award was presented to recognize Cosic's outstanding contributions to the principles of democracy and freedom. In the years following basketball, Cosic worked in the Croatian Embassy in Washington, D.C. On May 25, 1995, after a year-long battle with a form of cancer known as non-Hodgkins lymphoma, Cosic passed away. He was 46.

Nicola Plecas Basketball Career

Nicola Plecas basketball
Nicola Plecas
Born: Jan.10, 1948 in Bruvno, SR Croatia, Yugoslavia
1968 Olympic Silver Medalists Men's Basketball – Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia squad - 1970 FIBA World Championship Champions - Gold medal
Yugoslavia squad - 1974 FIBA World Championship Finalists - Silver medal
Yugoslavia squad - 1978 FIBA World Championship Finalists - Gold medal

Danko Cvjeticanin Basketball Career

Danko Cvjeticanin basketball
Danko Cvjeticanin
Born: Oct.16, 1963
Cibona Zagreb
From 1998 to 2010 Cvjeticanin worked as European Scouting Co-ordinator for the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers
From 2010 Cvjeticanin works as European Scouting Co-ordinator for the NBA's New Jersey Nets
Yugoslavia squad- World Championship in Spain -86 (Bronze)
Yugoslavia squad- FIBA European Championship in Greece -87 (Bronze)
Yugoslavia squad- Olympic Games in Seoul -88 (Silver)
Croatia squad- FIBA European Championship in Germany -93 (Bronze)
Croatia squad- Olympic Games in Barcelona -92 (Silver)
Croatia squad- World Championship in Canada -94 (Bronze)

Aleksandar Petrovic Basketball Career

Aleksandar Petrovic basketball
Aleksandar Petrovic (Photo: KM Ziolkowscy)
Born: Feb.16, 1959
His brother: famous Dragan (ex Yugoslavian and Croatian NT player, played at Cibona, Real and New Jersey Nets). They played together in Cibona and in the Yugoslavian National Team
Player: 191-G
Cibona Zagreb
Yugoslavian National Team
Head Coach:
1991-1995: Cibona Zagreb
1995-1997: San Fernando Sevilla (Spain)
1997-1998: Cibona Zagreb
1998-1999: Cibona Zagreb, resigned in Oct.'98 after loss to Split
2001-2002: In Dec.'01 was hired by WTK Anwil Wloclawek (Poland)
2003-2004: In Jan.'04 was hired by Caprabo Lleida(Spain-ACB)
2005-2006: Carifac Basket Fabriano (Italy-Lega2), hired in Feb.'06
2006-2007: Eurorida Scafati (Italy-SerieA), left in Dec.'06, in March'07 hired by KK Zadar (A1)
2007-2008: KK Zadar (A1)
2008-2009: KK Zadar (A1), left team in Dec.'08
2009-2010: In Apr.'10 was hired by Cedevita Zagreb (A1)
2010-2011: Cedevita Zagreb (A1)
Head Coach: Croatian National Team -95, 00-01
European Championships -95(3)
Croatian League Champion -92-95, 98
Croatian League All-Star Game -00, 08
European Championships in Turkey -01
Saporta Cup Semifinals -02
Polish League Semifinals -02
Italian Lega2 Champion -06
Coach Assistant: Macedonian U20 National Team -07
Head Coach: Adriatic League All-Star Game -08
Croatian Cup (Kresimir Cosic Cup) Semifinals -08, 11
Adriatic League Regular Season Runner-Up -08
Adriatic League Semifinals -08
Croatian A1 League Champion -08
Croatian A1 League Regular Season Champion -08, 11
Croatian A1 League Regular Season Runner-Up -09
Croatian A1 League Finalist -09, 11
Croatian A1 League Semifinals -10
Eurocup Semifinals -11
Head Coach: Bosnia and Herzegovina National Team -12
European Championships U20 Division B in Sofia (Bulgaria) -12

Ivan Sunara Basketball Career

Ivan Sunara basketball
Ivan Sunara
Born: Mar.27, 1959
Player: 204-F
1980-1987: Zadar
1987-1989: Cibona Zagreb
1989-1990: Napoli (Italy)
1990-1992: Cibona Zagreb
Yugoslavian National Team -82-86
European Championships -83,85
Olympic Games -84
Coach Assistant:
1995-1996: Cibona Zagreb
Head Coach:
1997-1998: Maribor Ovni (Slovenia), in Jan.'98 was suspended by Federation (fighting during the game)
1998-1999: Lumar Maribor, in Oct.'98 resigned and was
replaced by Darko Mirt, in Jan.'99 was hired by Krka (Slovenia)
1999-2000: Krka Telekom Novo Masto (Slovenia)
2000-2001: Zrinjevac Zagreb
2001-2002: Zrinjevac Zagreb
2002-2003: Geoplin Slovan Ljubljana (Slovenia)
2003-2004: Geoplin Slovan Ljubljana (Slovenia)
2004-2005: KK Siroki Hercegtisak (Bosnia-D1): resigned in Nov.'04, next month was hired by KK Zagreb (A1)
2005-2006: Deutsche Bank Skyliners Frankfurt (Germany-1.Bundesliga): fired in Jan.'06
2007-2008: KK Cibona VIP Zagreb (A1), hired in Dec.'07
2008-2009: Krka Novo Mesto (Slovenia-1A), hired in Feb.'10
2009-2010: Helios Domzale (Slovenia-Telemach League)
2010-2011: Perlas Vilnius (Lithuania-LKL), left in Oct.`10
2011-2012: Zlatorog Lasko (Slovenia-Telemach League), hired in Dec.'11, left in Apr.'12
Head Coach: Slovenian League All-Star Game -00, 04, 09
Slovenian League Champion -00
Slovenian Cup Finalist -03
Slovenian League Semifinals -03, 04, 09, 10
Slovenian Cup Semifinals -04, 12
Head Coach: Slovenian U20 National Team -04, 08
European Championships U20 in Brno -04
Croatian A1 League Semifinals -05, 08
Head Coach: Croatian National Team -07
Croatian Cup (Kresimir Cosic) Cup Finalist -08
Adriatic League Quarterfinals -08
European Championships U20 in Riga (Latvia) -08
Assistant Coach: Croatian National Team -12

Rato Tvrdic Basketball Career

Rato Tvrdic basketball
Rato Tvrdic
Born: Sep.14, 1943
As a player:
Yugoslavia squad- World Championship in Uruguay -63 (Silver)
Yugoslavia squad- World Championship in Yugoslavia -70 (Gold)
Yugoslavia squad- World Championship in Puerto Rico -74 (Silver)
Yugoslavia squad- FIBA European Championship in Italy -69 (Silver)
Yugoslavia squad- FIBA European Championship in Spain -73 (Gold)
Yugoslavia squad- FIBA European Championship in Yugoslavia -75 (Gold)
Sports Director:
2000-2001: Croatia Osiguranje Split
2001-2002: Croatia Osiguranje Split
2002-2003: Croatia Osiguranje Split
Croatian League Finalist -01
Croatian Cup Semifinals -02,03
Croatian League Champion -03

Mirko Novosel Basketball Career

Mirko Novosel basketball
Mirko Novosel
Born June 30, 1938 in Zagreb, he led the Yugoslavian team to the 1980 Olympic gold medal, 1976 silver medal and a bronze in 1984. Novosel also coached the Yugoslavian national team to a silver medal at the World Championships in 1974. While coaching on the professional level in Europe, Novosel led Cibona to three national titles, a record seven Yugo-Cups, two Cup of Cup titles and captured the Cup of Champions in 1985. Novosel was named European Coach of the Year in 1985 and is one of only four coaches to win 3 or more Olympic medals.
He was enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on September 7th, 2007.
Croatian Cup (Kresimir Cosic) Cup Finalist -08
Adriatic League Quarterfinals -08
Croatian A1 League Semifinals -08
Head Coach: Croatian Nationalo Team -93
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