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Hall of Fame - Players
Ivo Daneu
Peter Vilfan

Hall of Fame - Coaches
Vinko Jelovac
Jurij Zdovc

Ivo Daneu Basketball Career

Born: June 10, 1937
1949-1956: Branik Maribor
1956-1970: Olimpija
Head Coach:
1970-1971: Olimpija
1975-1976: Rudar Trbovlje
Olympic Games -60, 64, 68 (2nd)
World Championship -63 (2nd), 67 (2nd and MVP), 70 (champion)
European Championship -57, 59, 61 (2nd), 63 (Bronze), 65 (2nd), 67 (2nd), 69 (2nd)
Yugoslavian champion -57, 59, 61, 66, 70,

Peter Vilfan Basketball Career

Born: June 29, 1957
1972-1977: ZKK Maribor
1977-1979: Jugoplastika Split
1979-1985: Olimpija
1985-1986: Partizan Belgrade
1986-1992: Olimpija
World Championships -78 (Gold), 82 (Bronze)
European Championship -79 (Bronze), 81 (Silver), 83 (Silver)
Slovenian League Champion -92
Slovenian Cup Champion -92
Head Coach:
1995-1996: Union Olimpija
Coach Assistant: Slovenian National Team -95

Vinko Jelovac Basketball Career

Player: 208,C
Yugoslavian National Team -69-77
World Championships -70,74
European Championships -69-77
1982 -retired
Head Coach:
1986-1991: Olimpia Lublana
1991-1993: Palermo (IT3)
1995-1996: Osijek
1997-1997: Krsko (Slovenia) and Croatia Line Rijeka (Croatia)
1997-1998: Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel)
1998-1999: in Oct.'98 was hired by Cibona
1999-2000: Cibona, got fired in Jan.'00 due to bad team performance
Israeli League Champion -98
Croatian League Cup Winner -99
Croatian League Champion -99, 00
Croatian League Coach of the Year -99

Jurij Zdovc Basketball Career

Jurij Zdovc basketball
player Jurij Zdovc
Jurij Zdovc
Born: Dec.13, 1966
Player: 195-G
Till 1984: Comet Slovenske Konjice
1983-1984: Olimpija Ljubljana
1984-1985: Olimpija Ljubljana
1985-1986: Olimpija Ljubljana
1986-1987: Olimpija Ljubljana
1987-1988: Olimpija Ljubljana
1988-1989: Olimpija Ljubljana
1989-1990: Olimpija Ljubljana
1990-1991: Olimpija Ljubljana
1991-1992: Knorr Bologna (Italy-A1)
1992-1993: Limoges (France-ProA)
1993: was tested by New York Knicks (NBA)
1993-1994: Iraklis Thessaloniki (Greece): Assist-3
1994-1995: Iraklis Thessaloniki (Greece)
1995: was close to sign with Portland Trail Blazers (NBA) but finally signed 2-years contract with Iraklis Thessaloniki for $1.1mln
1995-1996: Iraklis Thessaloniki (Greece)
1996-1997: started the season with Iraklis Thessaloniki (Greece) but in Jan.'97 signed by Racing Paris (France-ProA) to replace injured Paspalj, but ineligible for EuroCups, in April was injured
1997-1998: signed with Tofas Bursa (Turkey): 13ppg, 7rpg, 2.5apg, but at the beginning of season (after 2 games) retired due to spain injury and joined Comet (A2) as a coach
1998-1999: Olimpija Ljubljana (1T): 10.3ppg, 1.4apg
1999-2000: Olimpija Ljubljana (1T)
2000-2001: Panionios Athens (Greece): 11.1ppg, 2.5rpg, Assists-4(3.1)
2001 - signed 2-years contract with Union Olimpija Ljubljana
2001-2002: Union Olimpija Ljubljana (1T): Euroleague stats: 18games: 6.2ppg, 1.9rpg, 2.0apg, 0.9bpg; Slovenian League: 10games: 11.7ppg, 1.3rpg, 2.6apg, 1.7spg; Adriatic League: 13games: 8.8ppg, 1.5rpg, 2.0apg, 1.5spg
2002-2003: Geoplin Slovan Ljubljana (1T): FIBA Champions Cup: 2 games: 9.0ppg, 1.0rpg, 4.0apg, 1.0spg; Slovenian 1A League: 2games: 25.0ppg, 2.5rpg, 4.0apg, 2.0spg: left in Dec.'02 due to team financial problems, then joined Croatia Osiguranje Split (Croatia-A1): Adriatic League: 3games: 8.3ppg, 1.3rpg, 2.0apg, 3.0spg; Croatian League: 16games: 7.9ppg, 2.5rpg, 2.1apg, 1.5spg
Yugoslavian National Team -86-91 (83 matches)
World Championships for Juniors -83
European Championships for Cadets -83 (1st)
European Championships for Juniors 84 (3rd)
Olympic Games -88(2)
World Championships -90(1)
Slovenian National Team -92-01
European Championships -89(1), 91(1), 93, 95, 97, 99
Greek All-Star Game -97
Euro All-Star Game - 97
Slovenian All-Star Game -99, 00
Slovenian Cup Winner -99, 00, 02, 09, 10, 11
Slovenian League Champion -99, 09
Adriatic League Champion -02
Croatian League Champion -03
2006-2007: Union Olimpija Ljubljana (1A), left in March'07
Head Coach:
2003-2004: In Nov.'03 was hired by Krka Telekom Novo Mesto as coach assistant, but next month took head coach position at KK Split (Croatia-A1)
2004-2005: Geoplin Slovan Ljubljana (1A): resigned in Dec.'04
2005-2006: In Dec.'05 was hired by Iraklis Thessaloniki (Greece-A1), left in Apr.'06 due to team financial problems
2007-2008: Bosna ASA BH Telecom Sarajevo (Bosnia-D1)
2008-2009: Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Liga UPC), hired in Dec.'08
2009-2010: Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Telemach League)
2010-2011: Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Telemach League), left in Apr.'11
2011: signed a 3-year contract with Spartak St.Petersburg (Russia-PBL)
2011-2012: Spartak St.Petersburg (Russia-PBL)
2012-2013: Spartak St.Petersburg (Russia-PBL)
Croatian Cup Winner -04
Slovenian Cup Finalist -07
Bosnia and Herzegovina Cup Semifinals -08 All-Bosnia and Herzegovina League Coach of the Year -08
Bosnia and Herzegovina League Champion -08
Bosnia and Herzegovina League Regular Season Champion -08
Head Coach: Slovenian National Team -09
Head Coach: Slovenian League All-Star Game -09, 11
Slovenian League Regular Season Champion -09 All-Slovenian League Coach of the Year -09, 10
Slovenian Super Cup Winner -10
Adriatic League Semifinals -10
Adriatic League Regular Season Runner-Up -11
Adriatic League Finalist -11
Eurocup Semifinals -12
VTB United League Quarterfinals -12
Russian Cup Semifinals -12
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