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Hall of Fame - Players
Zarko Paspalj
Dejan Tomasevic
Dejan Bodiroga
Predrag Danilovic
Zeljko Rebraca
Predrag Stojakovic
Aleksander Djordjevic
Vladimir Divac
Dragan Kicanovic
Radivoj Korac

Hall of Fame - Coaches
Zoran "Moka" Slavnic
Zeljko Obradovic
Dusko Ivanovic
Zoran Savic




Zarko Paspalj Basketball Career

Outlook:
Very good technique and shoot (does not matter the range). Naturally talented. Likes fast breaks. Lots of experience. Sometimes has weaker games.
99 - Member of famoug G7 – the group of top 7 Yugoslavian players, who collected the money for the fund to provide financial assistance for casualties of NATO air astrike on Yugoslavia.
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Career:
1991-1994: Olympiakos Pireus (Greece)
1994-1995: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece)
1995-1996: Panionios Athens (Greece): $0.5mln, Score-10
1996 - received Greek passport, but was finally did not approved due to protest of Greek born players
1996-1997: was going to go to Atlanta Hawks (NBA) but was waived before the season, so joined Paris (France-ProA): 9 games: 12.1ppg, 4.7rpg, but decided to walk out on the club and return to Montenegro with his family, out of shape after injury, considering retirement
1997-1998: Aris Thessaloniki (Greece): 13.2ppg, 5.7rpg
1998-1999: Kinder Bologna (Italy-A1): 8.2ppg, 4rpg
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Awards/Achievements:
Greek League Finalist -95
Yugoslavian National Team -92-96
European Championships -95(1)
Olympic Games -96
Italian Cup Winner -99
All-Italian Biggest Disappointments -99
Euroleague Finalist -99


Dejan Tomasevic Basketball Career

Dejan Tomasevic basketball
Dejan Tomasevic (Photo: ACB.COM)
Born: May 5, 1973
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Outlook:
Probably the best power forward in Europe. He knows the game very well. Lots of experience. You can expect many points and rebounds. Very goor personality.
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Career:
1990-1991: Borac Cacak
1991-1992: Crvena Zvezda Beograd
1992-1993: Crvena Zvezda Beograd
1993-1994: Crvena Zvezda Beograd
1994-1995: Crvena Zvezda Beograd
1995-1996: Partizan Beograd
1996-1997: Partizan Beograd
1997-1998: Partizan Beograd: 17ppg, Reb-1(9.9), Assists-5(2.6), 69.5FGP
1998-1999: Partizan Beograd (1T)
99 -transferred to Buducnost for $750,000, which is the new record in
Yugoslavian basketball
1999-2000: Buducnost Podgorica (1T): Score-2(18.7), Reb-1(10), 2apg, FGP-1(73.4%)
2000-2001: Buducnost Podgorica (1T): 16.1ppg, 7.9rpg, 2apg; Euroleague: Score-2(23.1), Reb-1(11.8), 3.3apg
2001-2002: Tau Ceramica Vitoria (Spain-ACB): ACB Regular Season stats: 34 games: 11.4ppg, 6.0rpg, 2.0apg, 1.4spg
2002-2003: Pamesa Valencia (Spain-ACB): in May had to undergo a surgery and missed rest of season: ULEB Cup: 10 games: 7,1ppg, 6.5rpg, 5.1apg, 3.5bpg; Spanish ACB League: 29 games: 11.6ppg, 6.4rpg, 4.4apg, 1.2spg
2003-2004: Pamesa Valencia (Spain-ACB): Euroleague: 17 games: 11.1ppg, 8.7rpg, 3.8apg, 2.1spg; Spanish ACB: 39 games: 9.5ppg, 7.8rpg, 3.2apg, 1.4spg
2004-2005: Pamesa Valencia (Spain-ACB): got injured in Sep.'04 and was sidelined for 10 weeks: ULEB Cup: 14 games: 10,7ppg, 8.7rpg, 4.1apg, 1.5spg, FGP: 54.7%, 3FGP: 00.0%; Spanish League: 24 games: 13.2ppg, 8.0rpg, Ast-4(3.7apg), 1.5spg, 2FGP: 58.0%, FT: 45.0%
2005-2006: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1): Euroleague: 14 games: 7.2ppg, 4.0rpg, 1.1apg, 2FGP: 60.9%, FT: 48%; Greek League: 17 games: 7.9ppg, 4.5rpg, 1.2apg, 2FGP: 66.0%, FT: 48.0%
2006-2007: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1): Euroleague: 22 games: 7.6ppg, 4.5rpg, 2FGP: 61.5%, 3FGP: 0%, FT: 68.8%; Greek League Regular Season: 15 games: 7.0ppg, 4.5rpg, 1.3apg, 2FGP-2(70.0%), FT: 63.0%; Greek Play-Offs: 10 games: 6.6ppg, 3.7rpg, 2FGP: 60.0%, FT: 52.0%
2007-2008: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1), sidelined due to back injury: Euroleague: 4 games: 1.5ppg, 1.5rpg, 1.3apg, came back in April '08; Greek League Regular Season: 1 game: 10pts, 4reb, 1ast, 2steals; Greek Play-Offs: 9 games: 3.7ppg, 3.0rpg
2008-2009: PAOK Marfin Thessaloniki (Greece-A1, starting five): 26 games: 9.3ppg, Reb-2(7.5rpg), 1.8apg, FGP: 56.0%, FT: 61.3%
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Awards/Achievements:
Yugoslavian League Champion -93,00,01
Yugoslavian National Team -94-05
European Championships -95(Champion),97(Champion)
Olympic Games -96,00(Sydney): Reb-3(6.9), 04(Athens)
Yugoslavian League MVP -98,99,00
Eurobasket.com Yugoslavian All-Star 1st Team -98
World Championships -98(1)
Yugoslavian YUBA All-Star Game -99,00,01
Yugoslavian Cup Winner -99,01(Final MVP)
European Championships in France -99
Yugoslavian All-League Team for friendly game against SLO -00
Eurobasket.com Yugoslavian All-Defensive Team -00
Yugoslavian Best YUBA Player -2000
Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague Regular Season 1st Team -01
Euroleague MVP -01
All-European 6th Best Player -01(by Besket News)
European Championships in Turkey -01(Champion)
Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey) MVP -02
Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey) Winner -02
Spanish ACB Champion -02
World Championships in Indianapolis (USA) -02
Eurobasket.com All-Europe 2nd Team 2002
ULEB Cup winner -03 (Finals MVP)
Spanish ACB Finalist -03
Eurobasket.com All-Europe 2nd Team 2003
ULEB Cup Semifinals -05
Eurobasket.com All-ULEB Cup Center of the Year -05
Eurobasket.com All-ULEB Cup 1st Team -05
Greek Cup Winner -06, 07, 08
Euroleague Quarterfinals -06
Greek League Regular Season Champion -06, 07, 08
Greek League Champion -06, 07, 08
Euroleague Champion -07


Dejan Bodiroga Basketball Career

Dejan Bodiroga basketball
player Dejan Bodiroga
Dejan Bodiroga (Photo: BasketNews)
Born: March 2, 1973 in Zrenjanin (YUG)
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1994: became the member of famoug G7 – the group of top 7 Yugoslavian players, who collected the money for the fund to provide financial assistance for casualties of NATO air astrike on Yugoslavia, and were involved in many charity activities for Yugoslavian basketball
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Outlook:
The best European player of the Nineties. Was a great leader and a winner wherever he has been. Everyone knows that if you want to win a title, you should hire Bodiroga. He never had an NBA level athleticism, but his fundamentals, court vision and scoring skills are unbelievable. Very versatile, he can play from the 1 to the 4 positions extremely well. They say he's slow, but he seems to score simply when he wants. Great passer if doubled, can grab rebounds and hit the clutch shot. OK, he was so-so in defense, but the true problem of every opposite team was to stop him...
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Career:
NAP
1990-1991: KK Zadar
1992-1993: Stefanel Trieste (Italy-A1)
1993-1994: Stefanel Trieste (Italy-A1)
1994-1995: Stefanel Milan (Italy-A1): 19.9ppg, 4.1rpg
1995: drafted by Sacramento Kings (NBA,2rd(51))
1995-1996: Stefanel Milan (Italy-A1): Score-3(23.3), 5.7rpg
1996-1997: Real Madrid (Spain)
1997-1998: Real Madrid (Spain): 19.1ppg
1998-1999: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): $1.5mln
1999-2000: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): 17.4ppg, 5.5rpg, 4.1apg, EuroleagueSocre-5(17.6)
2000-2001: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): 17.5ppg, 4.1rpg, 3.1apg; Suproleague: 17.8ppg, 4.7rpg, 2.9apg, FGP-2(66.1%)
2001 -re-signed with Panathinaikos Athens (Greece) for another 2 seasons
2001-2002: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): $1.8mln: Greek League: 25 games: 17.8ppg, 5.0rpg, 3.0apg, 1.0spg; Euroleague stats: 20 games: 19.7ppg, 4.9rpg, 1.9apg
2002-2003: F.C. Barcelona (Spain-ACB): Euroleague: 22 games: 16.1ppg, 3.8rpg, 2.4apg; Spanish ACB League: 30 games: 16.8ppg, 4.0rpg, 2.2apg
2003-2004: FC Barcelona (Spain-ACB): Euroleague: 17 games: 14.8ppg, 4.4rpg, 2.3apg; Spanish ACB: 28 games: 18.1ppg, 4.7rpg, 2.5apg
2004-2005: F.C. Barcelona (Spain-ACB): Euroleague: 20 games: 15.1ppg, 4.8rpg, 1.1apg, 2FGP: 56.4%, 3FGP: 30.7%; Spanish League Regular Season: 32 games: 14.0ppg, 3.2rpg, 1.9apg, 2FGP: 58.0%, 3FGP: 43.0%, FT: 81.0%; Spanish League Play-Offs: 4 games: 8.5ppg, 3.3rpg, 2.0apg, 2FGP: 42.0%, 3FGP: 20.0%, FT: 69.0%
2005: In July signed with Lottomatica Roma (Italy-SerieA) until June 2007
2005-2006: Lottomatica Roma (Italy-SerieA, starting five): ULEB Cup: 14 games: 14.2ppg, 4.8rpg, 2.3apg, 1.7spg, 2FGP: 51.8%, 3FGP: 34.9%, FT: 65.5%; Italian League: 41 games: 15.6ppg, 5.7rpg, 2.1apg, 1.6spg, 2FGP: 55.6%, 3PT: 41.3%, FT: 74.5%
2006-2007: Lottomatica Virtus Roma (Italy-SerieA, starting five): Euroleague: 19 games: 13.6ppg, 4.1rpg, 2.5apg, 1.4spg, 2FGP: 51.6%, 3FGP: 41.5%, FT: 72.7%; Italian League: 40 games: 14.3ppg, 4.5rpg, 2.4apg, 1.6spg, 2FGP: 57.3%, 3PT: 41.6%, FT: 71.0%
2007: Retired
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Awards/Achievements:
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -90
Yugoslavian U22 National Team -91
Yugoslavian National Team -92-05
European Championships -95(Champion),97(Champion)
EURO All-Stars -95(6)
Korac Cup Finalist -96
Olympic Games -96(Atlanta), 00(Sydney), 04(Athens)
World Championships -98(1): Best scorer of Yugoslavian National Team
Yugoslavian Athlete of the Year -1998
Greek League Champion -99,00
Eurobasket.com All-Europe 1st Team -99, 00, 01, 02, 03, 04
European Best Player - 1999 (by Eurobasket.com and Basket News), 00 (by Basket News), 2002 (by Eurobasket)
Euro All-Star Game -Berlin '98
Euro All-Star Game - Moscow'99
European Championships in France -99
Euroleague Champion -00,02
Greek League Player of the Year -00
Greek League Best Import Player -00
Greek League 1st Team -00,01
Yugoslavian Best Player Abroad -2000
Greek A1 All-Star Game -01, 02
Greek Cup Finalist -01
Suproleague 2nd Best Player -01
Suproleague Finalist -01
Greek League 2nd Best Player -01
European 2nd Best Player -01(by Besket News)
European Championships in Turkey -01(Champion)
European Championships All-Star 1st Team –01
Euroleague Final MVP -02
World Championships in Indianapolis (USA) -02
Spanish ACB All-Star Game -03
Euroleague Champion -03 (Finals MVP)
Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague 1st Team -03, 04
Spanish ACB Champion -03, 04
Eurobasket.com All-Europe Small Forward of the Year 2002, 2003
Eurobasket.com All-Europe Shooting Guard of the Year 2004
Eurobasket.com All-Europeans 2003 Honorable Mention
Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey) Semifinals -04
Spanish ACB Regular Season Runner-Up -04
Eurobasket.com All-Spanish ACB 1st Team -03, 04
Eurobasket.com Spanish ACB All-Imports Team -03, 04
Spanish ACB Supercup Winner -04 (MVP)
Eurobasket.com All-Europeans 2nd Team of the Year 2004
European Championships in Belgrade -05: 4 games: 8.5ppg, 4.8rpg, 1.5apg, FGP: 44.4%, 3FGP: 42.9%, FT: 69.2%
Italian Cup Finalist -06
ULEB Cup Quarterfinals -06
Eurobasket.com All-ULEB Cup 2nd Team -06
Italian SerieA Semifinals -06, 07
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Director:
2007-2008: Lottomatica Virtus Roma (SerieA)
Eurobasket.com Italian SerieA All-Bosmans Team -06


Predrag Danilovic Basketball Career

Predrag Danilovic basketball
Predrag Danilovic
Nickname: Sasha
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Career:
1988-1989: Partizan Beograd
1989-1990: Partizan Beograd
1990-1991: Partizan Beograd (1T)
1991-1992: Partizan Beograd (1T)
1992: drafted by Golden State Warriors (NBA,2rd(43))
1992-1993: Buckler Bologna (Italy-A1): Score-4
1993-1994: Buckler Bologna (Italy-A1): 0.8mln$: Score-6(25.2)
1994-1995: Buckler Bologna (Italy-A1): 0.8mln$, 29.1ppg, 3.3rpg
1995-1996: Miami Heat (NBA): Dec95 -surgery to repair his injured wrist, sidelined to the end of the season
1996-1997: Miami Heat (NBA): in Feb.'97 traded from Miami Heat to Dallas Mavericks, but was injured (sprained ankle) and played only in 13 games: 12.5ppg
1997-1998: Kinder Bologna (Italy-A1): Score-2(21.8), 3.9rpg, 2.7bpg
1998-1999: Kinder Bologna (Italy-A1): 16.6ppg, 2.8rpg, 2.1apg, a too injury troubled season for Sasha; however, he is again one of the best in Europe in winning matches, and is expected to come back to effective duty in playoffs
1999-2000: Kinder Bologna (Italy-A1): injured at the beginning of season
In Oct.'00 announced his retirement
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Awards/Achievements:
Euro All-Stars -92-94,95(3)
EURO Player of the Year -94
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -87-88
Yugoslavian National Team -89-00
European Championships -89(1),91(1),95(1),97(1),99
Euro Cup Winner -92(MVP)
Olympic Games -96(Atlanta),00(Sydney): YUG Best Scorer-12.8ppg
Yugoslavian League Champion -89-92
Italian League Champion -93-95
Italian A1 All-Star Game -98,99,00
Italian Lega A Season MVP -98
Euroleague Champion -98
Italian League Champion -98
Italian Cup Winner -99
All-Italian Imports 1st Team -99
Euroleague Finalist -99
Euro All-Star Game -Berlin '98
Italian Cup Finalist -00
Saporta Cup Finalist -00
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Vice-President:
2000-2001: Partizan Beograd




Zeljko Rebraca Basketball Career

Zeljko Rebraca basketball
Zeljko Rebraca (Photo: BasketHebdo)
Born: April 9, 1972 in Apatin (YUG)
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Outlook:
Known as a quick leaper, who could block the shots. Was called European fastest big man. Some injuries deteriorates his quickness. Very effective low post game and a reliable shot from mid-range. His assortment of movesin the low post has established him as one of top players in Europe. Adjusted easily to NBA standards. Lots of experience. Smart play close to the rim.
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Career:
1990-1991: NAP Novi Sad (A2)
1991-1992: Partizan Beograd
1992-1993: Partizan Beograd
1993-1994: Partizan Beograd
1994: drafted by Seattle Supersonics (NBA,2rd(54))
1994-1995: Partizan Beograd
1995-1996: Benetton Treviso (Italy-A1): 16.1ppg
1996-1997: Benetton Treviso (Italy-A1): 13.2ppg, FGP-3(60.9)
1997-1998: Benetton Treviso (Italy-A1): 16.9ppg, 6.8rpg
1998-1999: Benetton Treviso (Italy-A1): 11.9ppg, 5.4rpg, in Jan.'99 his NBA rights were traded from Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA) to Toronto Raptors (NBA)
1999-2000: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): 12ppg, 6.5rpg, Euroleague: 13.2ppg
2000-2001: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece): 9.8ppg, 7rpg; Suproleague: 10.5ppg, 4.7rpg
2001 - in July his rights were traded by Toronto Raptors (NBA) to Detroit Pistons (NBA) for 2002 2nd round draft pick, in July '01 signed 3-years $10.5 million deal with Detroit Pistons (NBA). But only the first year of his contract, worth 3.5 million dollars, is guaranteed.
2001-2002: $3,500,000: Detroit Pistons (NBA): Regular Season: 74 games: 6.9ppg, 3.9rpg, 37ast, 1.0bpg
2002-2003: $3,850,000: Detroit Pistons (NBA, starting five): in Jan.'03 placed (irregular heartbeat) on the injured list, activated in April '03, but very shortly was again placed (lower back strain) on the injured list: Regular Season: 30 games: 6.6ppg, 3.1rpg
2003: underwent a cardiac surgery to solve his problems of irregular heartbeat
2003-2004: $4,200,000: Detroit Pistons (NBA): in Nov.'03 was placed (back spasms) on the injured list, activated next month, in Feb.'04 was traded to Atlanta Hawks (NBA): 3 games: 8.3 ppg, 3.0rpg
2004-2005: $2,500,000: Los Angeles Clippers (NBA), in April '05 placed on the injured list (a sprained right wrist), activated the same month: 58 games: 5.8ppg, 3.2rpg, FGP: 56.8%
2005-2006: $3,000,000: Los Angeles Clippers (NBA): Regular Season: 29 games: 4.7ppg, 2.2rpg; Play-Offs: 3 games: 0.7ppg, 1.3rpg
2006-2007: $3,240,000: Los Angeles Clippers (NBA), injured in Oct.'06, left in April '07
2007-2008: Pamesa Valencia (Spain-ACB): 3 games: 2.7ppg, 0.6rpg, retired in Dec.'07; ULEB Cup: 3 games: 8.7ppg, 4.3rpg, 1.0apg; Spanish ACB Regular Season: 3 games: 2.7ppg
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Awards/Achievements:
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -90
Yugoslavian U22 National Team -91
Yugoslavian National Team -92-00, 05
Europe Cup Winner -92
European Championships -95(1),97(1)
Yugoslavian League Champion -95
Olympic Games -96(Atlanta), 00(Sydney)
Euro All-Star Game -97
World Championships -98(1)
Italian A1 All-Star Game -99
All-Italian 1st Team -99(MVP)
Saporta Cup Winner -99
Italian League Finalist -99
European 2nd Best Player and Best center -1999 (by Eurobasket)
Euro All-Star Game -Berlin '98
Euro All-Star Game - Moscow'99
Greek Cup MVP -00
Euroleague Champion -00
Greek League Champion -00,01
Greek League Final Four MVP -00
Greek League MVP -00
Eurobasket.com All-Greek A1 League 1st Team -00
Eurobasket.com Greek All-Imporst 1st Team -00
Eurobasket.com Yugoslavian 3rd Best Player Abroad -2000
Greek A1 All-Star Game -01
Greek Cup Finalist -01
Suproleague Finalist -01
NBA All-Star Game All-Rookies Team -02
NBA Central Division Champion -02,03
NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals -02
NBA Eastern Conference Finals -03
European Championships in Belgrade -05: 4 games: 5.8ppg, 3.5rpg, FGP: 47.4%, FT: 71.4%
NBA Western Conference Semifinals -06
ULEB Cup Quarterfinals -08


Predrag Stojakovic Basketball Career

Predrag Stojakovic basketball
player Predrag Stojakovic
Predrag Stojakovic (Photo: Superbasket)
Born: June 9, 1977 in Slavonska Pozega, Yugoslavia (today: Croatia)
Nickname: Peja
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Outlook:
Very versatile player. Positions 2-3-4. Extraordinary shooting skills. There is no range he would not shoot from. Great 3-point shooter, probably the best in the NBA. Perfect free-throw shooter (also belong to top ones in the NBA). Always converts fauls into real points. Good passer. Very smooth transition from European-style game to the NBA. Offensive machine. Quickness combined with athleticism.
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Career:
1992-1993: Crvena Zvezda Beograd
1993 -received Greek citizenships
1993-1994: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece): sat out
1994-1995: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece, starting five)
1995-1996: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece, starting five): slight injury at the beginning of season: 16.9ppg
1996: drafted by Sacramento Kings (NBA,1rd(14))
1996-1997: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece, starting five): broken leg: 16 games: 20.3ppg, 4.6rpg
1997-1998: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece, starting five): 23.9ppg, 4.9rpg, 2.5apg
1998-1999: Sacramento Kings (NBA): 8.4ppg
1999-2000: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): 11.9ppg, 3.7rpg, 1.4apg
2000 - signed 7-years contract for $40,685,000 at Sacramento (NBA)
2000-2001: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): 20.4ppg, 5.8rpg, 2.2apg, 1.2spg
2001-2002: $5,000,000: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): Regular Season: 71games: 21.2ppg, 5.3rpg, 2.5apg, 1.1spg
2002-2003: $5,625,000: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): Regular Season: 72 games: 19.2ppg, 5.5rpg, 2.0apg
2003-2004: $6,180,000: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): Regular Season: 81games: 24.2 ppg, 6.3rpg, 2.1apg, 1.3spg; Play-Offs: 12 games: 17.5 ppg, 7.0rpg, 1.5apg, 1.8spg
2004-2005: $6,875,000: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five), in April '05 placed on the injured list with a left adductor strain: Regular Season: 66 games: 20.1ppg, 4.3rpg, 2.1apg, 1.2spg, FGP: 44.4%, 3Pts: 40.2%; Play-Offs: 5 games: 22.0ppg, 5.2rpg, 1.4apg
2005-2006: $7,600,000: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five), moved to Indiana Pacers (NBA): Regular Season: 40 games: 19.5ppg, 6.3rpg, 1.7apg, FGP: 46.1%, 3PT: 40.4%, FT-3(90.3%); Play-Offs: 2 games: 11.0ppg, 4.5rpg, 2.0apg
2006 - signed 5-years contract ($62 million) with New Orleans / Oklahoma City Hornets (NBA)
2006-2007: $10,800,000: New Orleans / Oklahoma City Hornets (NBA, starting five), injured in Dec.'06: 13 games: 17.8ppg, 4.2rpg, FGP: 42.3%, 3PT: 40.5%, FT: 81.6%
2007-2008: $11,664,000: New Orleans Hornets (NBA, starting five): Regular Season: 77 games: 16.4ppg, 4.3rpg, 1.2apg, FGP: 44%, 3PT: 44.1%, FT-3(92.9%); Play-Offs: 12 games: 14.1ppg, 5.4rpg, FGP: 43.6%, 3PT: 54.9%, FT: 92.6%
2008-2009: $12,528,000: New Orleans Hornets (NBA, starting five): 66 games: 13.2ppg, 4.2rpg, 1.2apg, FGP: 39.7%, 3PT: 37.3%, FT: 89.7%
2009-2010: $13,392,000: New Orleans Hornets (NBA, starting five): 62 games: 12.6ppg, 3.6rpg, 1.5apg, FGP: 42.3%, 3PT: 37.5%, FT: 89.7%
2010-2011: $14,256,000: New Orleans Hornets (NBA): 6 games: 7.5ppg, 1.0rpg, 1.0apg, FGP: 37.5%, 3PT: 44.0%, FT: 85.7%; in Nov.'10 traded to Toronto Raptors (NBA): 2 games: 10.0ppg, 1.5rpg, in Jan.'11 moved to Dallas Mavericks (NBA): 43 games: 8.1ppg, 2.3rpg, FGP: 46.7%, 3PT: 39.0%, FT: 88.0%
2011: Retired
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Awards/Achievements:
Greek All-Star Game -97,98
Greek League MVP -98
Greek League Finalist -98
Yugoslavian National Team -99-03
European Championships -99, 01(Champion), 03
Olympic Games -00(Sydney)
Yugoslavian 2nd Best Player Abroad -2000
NBA All-Star Game 3-Point Contest Finalist -01,04
NBA All-Star Game America On-Line 2Ball Contest Winner -01
NBA All-Improved Team -01
NBA Western Conference Semifinals -01,03, 04, 08
European Championships MVP –01
NBA Western Conefrence Finals -02
NBA Pacific Division Champion -02,03
NBA Semifinals -02
NBA All-Star Game -02,03,04
NBA All-Star Game 3-Point Contest Winner - 02,03
World Championships in Indianapolis (USA) -02
World Championships All-Star Team -02
Eurobasket.com All-Europeans 1st Team 2003, 2004
Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Player of the Year 2003
All-NBA 2nd Team -04
Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Shooting Guard of the Year 2005
Eurobasket.com All-Europeans 2nd Team 2005, 2006
Eurobasket.com All-Europeans Honorable Mention 2007, 2008
NBA Southwest Division Champion -08
NBA Western Conference Champion -11
NBA Champion -11


Aleksander Djordjevic Basketball Career

Aleksander Djordjevic basketball
Aleksander Djordjevic (Photo: Legabasket)
Born: Aug.26, 1967
Nickname: Sasha
1999: became a member of famoug G7 – the group of top 7 Yugoslavian players, who collected the money for the fund to provide financial assistance for casualties of NATO air astrikes on Yugoslavia, and were involved in many charity activities for Yugoslavian basketball
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Outlook:
One of th ebest guards in Europe. Lots of experience on the highest level. Was playing some time even in the NBA. Great scorer, who can play at 1 and 2 positions. Can run on the basket, but also easily hit the 3-pointer.
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Player:
1985-1990: Partizan Beograd (1T)
1990-1991: Partizan Beograd (1T): Assist-2, Free-5
1991-1992: Partizan Beograd (1T)
1992-1993: Phillips Milan (Italy-A1)
1993-1994: Recoaro Milan (Italy-A1): Score-2(27.4)
1994-1995: Filodoro Bologna (Italy-A1)
1995-1996: Filodoro Bologna (Italy-A1): Score-1(27.1), 4rpg, 3.4apg
1996-1997: started the season with Portland Trail Blazers (NBA) but was released at the end of Dec.'96, then was signed by FC Barcelona (Spain)
1997-1998: FC Barcelona (Spain): 17.7ppg, "3"-1(.542)
Jun.'98 - underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in FC Barcelona
1998-1999: FC Barcelona (Spain)
1999-2000: Real Madrid (Spain): 13.6ppg, 2.6rpg, 3.3apg; Euroleague: Assists-5(4.2)
2000-2001: Real Madrid (Spain): $2.6mln: 11.6ppg, 2.3rpg, 2.4apg; Euroleague: 12.6ppg, 1.5rpg, 1.7apg, "3"-1(81.8%)
2001-2002: Real Madrid (Spain): Euroleague stats: 17 games: 14.6ppg, 1.6rpg, 2.6apg; ACB Regular Season stats: 31games: 12.5ppg, 2.2rpg, 2.9apg
2003 - signed 2-years contract with Scavolini Pesaro (Italy-SerieA)
2003-2004: Scavolini Pesaro (Italy-SerieA): 37 games: 11.2ppg, 1.7rpg, 2.0apg
2004-2005: Scavolini Pesaro (Italy-SerieA): Euroleague: 2 games: 4.0ppg, 1.5apg; Italian League: 9 games: 7.6ppg, 1.1rpg, 2.1apg, 2FGP: 65.0%, 3FGP: 30.3%, left in Dec.'04, in Feb.'05 signed at Armani Jeans Milano (Italy-SerieA): 23 games: 6.7ppg, 1.3rpg, 1.7apg, 2FGP: 59.0%, 3FGP: 40.7%
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Achievements:
Euro All-Stars -92,94
Yugoslavian National Team -86-87,91-00
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -87
European Championships -87,91(1),95(1),97(1,MVP)
Yugoslavian League Champion -89,92
All-Euro 2nd Player -95
Olympic Games -96
World Championships -98(1)
Eurobasket.com All-Spain ACB Import Team -99
Korac Cup Winner -99
Spanish ACB Champion -99,00
Spanish ACB All-Stars Game -00,01
Euro All-Star Game -Berlin '98
Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey) Finalist -01
ULEB Euroleague Quarterfinals -01
Spanish ACB Finalist -01
Spanish ACB Quarterfinals -02
Italian Cup Finalist -04
Italian League Semifinals -04
Italian SerieA Finalist -05
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Head Coach:
2005-2006: Armani Jeans Milano (Italy-SerieA), hired in Jan.'06


Vladimir Divac Basketball Career

Vladimir Divac basketball
Vladimir Divac (Photo: BasektNews)
Born: Feb.3, 1968 in Prijepolje, Yugoslavia
1999 - Member of famoug G7 – the group of top 7 Yugoslavian players, who collected the money for the fund to provide financial assistance for casualties of NATO air strike on Yugoslavia.
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Outlook:
At his "top time" was simply the best active European center; a great ability in handling the ball, passing, shotblocking and even shooting three pointers, making it all with pure techique, and great effectiveness; terrible when he takes his defender outside, punishing him with his outside shot. Nice hook-shot. A little bit slower in his last years of active career. The real team leader on and out of the court. Brings confidence to the game.
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Career:
1980-1981: Kraljevo
1981-1982: Kraljevo
1982-1983: Kraljevo
1983-1984: Kraljevo
1984-1985: Sloga Kraljevo
1985-1986: Sloga Kraljevo
1986-1987: Partizan Beograd
1987-1988: Partizan Beograd
1988-1989: Partizan Beograd
1989: drafted by Los Angeles Lakers (NBA,1rd(26), starting five)
1989-1990: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA, starting five): 8.5ppg, 6.2rpg, 1.4bpg
1990-1991: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA, starting five): 11.2ppg, 8.1rpg, 1.6bpg
1991-1992: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA, starting five): 11.3ppg, 6.9rpg, 1.7apg
1992-1993: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA, starting five): 12.8ppg, 8.9rpg, 1.7bpg, 2.8apg
1993-1994: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA, starting five): 14.2ppg, 10.8rpg, 1.4bpg, 3.9apg
1994-1995: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA, starting five): 16ppg, 10.4rpg, 4.1apg, 2.2bpg, 4.1apg
1995-1996: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA, starting five): 12.9ppg, 8.6rpg, 1.7bpg, 3.3apg
1996-1997: Charlotte Hornets (NBA, starting five): 12.6ppg, 9rpg, 2.2bpg, 3.7apg
1997-1998: Charlotte Hornets (NBA, starting five): 10.4ppg, 1.5bpg, 2.7apg
1998 - signed 6-years contract for $60,521,000 at Sacramento (NBA)
1998-1999: NBA strike: in Jan.'99 signed with Crvena Zvezda Beograd (Yugoslavia), and the same month signed multi-million contract with Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): 14.3ppg, 10rpg, 1bpg, 4.3apg
1999-2000: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): 12.3ppg, 8rpg, 1.3bpg, 3apg
2000 - named president of Partizan Beograd
2000-2001: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): 12ppg, 8.3rpg, 2.9apg
2001-2002: $10,444,642: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): Regular Season: 80 games: 11.1ppg, 8.4rpg, 3.7apg, 1.2bpg, 1.0spg
2002-2003: $11,248,076: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five): Regular Season: 80 games: 9.9ppg, 7.2rpg, 3.4apg, 1.0spg, 1.3bpg
2003-2004: $12,050,000: Sacramento Kings (NBA, starting five,cap): Regular Season: 81games: 9.9 ppg, 5.7rpg, 5.3apg; Play-Offs: 12 games: 6.6 ppg, 4.9rpg, 1.8apg
2004-2005: $4,903,000: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA): in Oct.'04 placed on the injured list, then activated, but in Dec.'04 was again placed on the injured list with a sore back, activated in April '05: 15 games: 2.3ppg, 2.1rpg, 1.3apg
2005-2006: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA), injured at the beggining of the season and announced his retirement
Retired
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Achievements:
NBA Rookie All-Stars -90
Euro All-Stars -92-94
Yugoslavian U18 National Team -84-87
Yugoslavian U22 National Team -87
Yugoslavian National Team -86-90,98,00,02
European Championships -87,89(1),91(1),95(1),99
World Championships -86,90(1)
Olympic Games -84(1),88(2),96
Yugoslavian National Team -95-96,99
NBA All-Star Game -01
NBA Western Conference Semifinals -01, 03, 04
NBA Western Conefrence Finals -02
NBA Pacific Division Champion -02,03
NBA Semifinals -02
World Championships in Indianapolis (USA) -02
Eurobasket.com All-Europeans 2nd Team 2003
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President:
2000-2001: Partizan Beograd
2001-2002: Partizan Beograd
2002-2003: Partizan Beograd
2003-2004: Partizan Beograd
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Scout:
2005-2006: Los Angeles Lakers (NBA)
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Manager:
2006-2007: Real Madrid (Spain-ACB)


Dragan Kicanovic Basketball Career

Dragan Kicanovic basketball
Dragan Kicanovic
Born August 17, 1954 in Cacak, Serbia.
He is a retired Serbian basketball player of the decades of 70ies and 80ies.
He is one of the best european scorers of all time. Along with Yugoslavia national basketball team he played from 1973 to 1983 to all national competitions, Eurobasket, FIBA World Championship and Olympics.
He won the Eurobasket in 1973, 1975 and 1977.
In Olympic games Kicanovic won the silver medal in 1976 and the gold medal in 1980.
In the FIBA World Championship he won the silver medal in 1974, being selected as Most Valuable Player of the tournament, the gold medal in 1978 and the bronze in 1982, being the Top scorer in total points of the tournament, scoring 190 points.
He is one of the top scorers of all FIBA World Championships having scored 484 points in total.
In club competition Kicanovic won 2 consecutive Korac Cups with KK Partizan in 1978 and 1979 and a Saporta cup, along with Scavolini Pesaro, in 1983


Radivoj Korac Basketball Career

Born: Nov.5, 1938
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Even today he is considered to be one of the best players in the history of the European basketball. Radivoj Korac, known as "Zucko" was the best and most efficient player of the Yugoslav team in the sixties. He won with the Yugoslav team six medals - five silver medals and one bronze.
He is remembered as an unsurpassable scorer. Playing for OKK Belgrade, versus Alvik Stockholm, in a match of European Champions' Cup in 1964 (OKK Belgrade won 155-57), "Zucko" scored incredible 99 points!
Korac was three times in a best European selection, and even seven times he won the title of the best Yugoslav shooter. He will stay remembered also by his specific free-throws (see the picture).
In June 1969, a life and basketball carrier of 31 years old Korac was stopped in a car crash. Shortly after this tragedy, a competition "Cup of Radivoj Korac" was established as a remembrance on this player who became a legend too early.
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Awards/Achievements:
Yugoslavia squad- FIBA European Championships in Yugoslavia -61 (Silver), in Poland 1963 (Bronze), in Soviet Union 1965 (Silver)
Yugoslavia squad- FIBA World Cup in Brasil -63 (Silver), in Uruguay 1967 (Silver)
Yugoslavia squad- Olympic Games in Mexico City -68 (Silver)


Zoran "Moka" Slavnic Basketball Career

Zoran
Zoran "Moka" Slavnic (Photo: BasketNews)
Profile: A former Yugoslavia international player who ranks as one of Serbia's basketball legends. He won a World title with Yugoslavia in 1978 and the Olympic gold two years later. He played for Red Star from 1965 until 1975, and then for Spanish outfit Joventut Badalona, Yugoslav outfit Sibenka, Italian club JuveCaserta and Partizan Belgrade.
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Player:
1977-1978: Badalona (Spain)
1982-1983: Caserta (Italy)
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Achievements:
Yugoslavian National Team -73-83
World Championships -78,82
European Championships -73-83
Spanish League Champion -78
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Head Coach:
1988-1991: Crvena Zvezda
1991-1992: Dafni (Greece)
1995-1996: Crvena Zvezda: resigned after loss in KOR Cup
1997-1997: started the season with Badalona (Spain) then was released and hired by Iraklis (Greece)
2001-2002: TSK universa Bamberg (Germany): left in Dec.'01
2003-2004: In Jan.'04 was hired by Atlas Banka Novi Beograd (1A)
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Awards/Achievements:
Head Coach: Serbian National Team -07
European Championships in Spain -07


Zeljko Obradovic Basketball Career

Zeljko Obradovic basketball
player Zeljko Obradovic
Zeljko Obradovic (Photo: BasketNews)
Born: Mar.9, 1960
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Player: 180-G
1986-1991: Partizan Beograd
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Achievements:
Yugoslavian National Team -88-91
Yugoslavian League Champion -87,89
Olympic Games -88(2)
World Championships -90(1)
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Head Coach:
1991-1993: Partizan Belgrade
1993-1994: Badalona (Spain)
1994-1997: Real Madrid (Spain)
1997-1999: Benetton Treviso (Italy)
1999-2000: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2000-2001: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2001-2002: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2002-2003: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2003-2004: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2004-2005: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2005-2006: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2006-2007: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2007-2008: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2008: In May extended the contract with Panathinaikos Athens for 2 more seasons
2008-2009: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2009-2010: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2010, extended the contract with Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1) for 2 more sesons
2010-2011: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
2011-2012: Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-A1)
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Awards/Achievements:
Euro Cup Winner -92, 94, 95
EURO Coach of the Year
Head Coach: Yugoslavian National Team -96-00
World Championships -98(1)
Saporta Cup Winner -97, 99
Italian League Finalist -99
Euroleague Champion -00, 02, 07, 09, 11
Greek League Champion -00, 01, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11
Greek League Coach of the Year -00, 01
Olympic Games -96(Atlanta), 00(Sydney), 04(Athens)
Greek Cup Finalist -01, 10
Suproleague Finalist -01
Eurobasket.com All-Europe Coach of the Year 2002, 2009, 2011
Greek Cup Winner -03, 05, 06, 08, 09, 12
Head Coach: Serbian National Team -04
Greek League Regular Season Champion -04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 10
Olympic Games in Athens -04
Head Coach: Greek League All-Star Game -05, 06, 08, 11
Euroleague Final Four -05 (bronze)
Head Coach: Serbia and Montenegro National Team -05
Euroleague Quarterfinals -06
Eurobasket.com All-Greek League Coach of the Year -06, 07, 09
Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague Coach of the Year -07, 11
Eurobasket.com European Co-Coach of the Year 2007
Greek League Regular Season Runner-Up -09, 11, 12
Eurobasket.com All-Greek A1 League Coach of the Year -11
Greek League Finalist -12


Dusko Ivanovic Basketball Career

Dusko Ivanovic basketball
player Dusko Ivanovic
Dusko Ivanovic (Photo: ACB.COM)
Born: Sep.1, 1957 in from Boljko Polje (Montenegro)
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Player: 196cm
Jedinsto Bijelo Pole
1985-1987: Buducnost Titograd
1987-1990: Jugoplastika Split
1990-1992: Girona (Spain)
1992-1993: Limoges (France) - Girona (Spain)
1993-1994: Fribourg (Switzerland): Score-1
1994-1995: not played
1995-1996: Fribourg (Switzerland)
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Achievements:
Yugoslavian League Champion -88-90
Euro Cup Winner -89,90
Yugoslavian Cup Winner -90
YUG: Score83,84,88-1
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Head Coach:
1997-1998: Fribourg (Switzerland)
1998-1999: Fribourg (Switzerland)
1999-2000: Limoges (France)
2000-2001: Tau Vitoria (Spain)
2001 -re-signed with Tau Vitoria (Spain) for next 2 seasons ($425,000 each season)
2001-2002: Tau Vitoria (Spain)
2002-2003: Tau Vitoria (Spain)
2003 - re-signed with Tau Vitoria (Spain) for 2 more seasons
2003-2004: Tau Vitoria (Spain-ACB)
2004-2005: Tau Ceramica Vitoria (Spain-ACB)
2005-2006: Winterthur F.C. Barcelona (Spain-ACB)
2006-2007: Winterthur F.C. Barcelona (Spain-ACB)
2007-2008: AXA F.C. Barcelona (Spain-ACB), left in Feb.'08
2008-2009: Tau Ceramica Vitoria (Spain-ACB)
2009-2010: Caja Laboral Vitoria (Spain-ACB)
2010-2011: Caja Laboral Vitoria (Spain-ACB)
2011-2012: Caja Laboral Vitoria (Spain-ACB)
2012-2013: Caja Laboral Vitoria (Spain-ACB)
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Awards/Achievements:
Swiss National Team -98-00
Swiss League Champion -98-99
French Cup Winner -00
Korac Cup Winner -00
French League Champion -00
ULEB Euroleague Finalist -01, 05
Spanish ACB FinalFour -01
Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey) Winner -02,04, 07, 09
Spanish ACB Champion -02, 10
Eurobasket.com All-Europe 3rd Best Coach of the Year 2002
Spanish ACB Regular Season Champion -04, 09
Spanish ACB Semifinals -04, 06, 11, 12
Eurobasket All-European Coach of the Year Nominee - 2004
Eurobasket.com All-Euroleague Coach of the Year -05
Spanish Catalonian League Finalist -05, 06
Eurobasket.com All-Europe 2nd Best Coach of the Year 2005
Euroleague Semifinals -06
Euroleague Quarterfinals -07, 10, 11
Spanish ACB Finalist -07, 09
Spanish ACB Regular Season Runner-Up -10
Spanish ACB Supercup Semifinals -11
Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey) Semifinals -11, 12
Spanish ACB Supercup Finalist -12


Zoran Savic Basketball Career

Zoran Savic basketball
Zoran Savic (Photo: FC Barcelona)
Born in Zenica (Yug) 18th November 1966
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The member of famous G7, which is involved in many charity activities for Yugoslavian basketball
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Player: 205-F/C:
Celik Zenica
Borak Caplijna
Planica (D2)
1989-1990: Split
1990-1991: Split
1991-1992: FC Barcelona (Spain)
1992-1993: FC Barcelona (Spain)
1993-1994: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece)
1994-1995: PAOK Thessaloniki (Greece)
1995-1996: Real Madrid (Spain): 16.7ppg, 6.1rpg
1996-1997: Kinder Bologna (Italy-A1): 14.2ppg
1997-1998: Kinder Bologna (Italy-A1): 10.1ppg, 5.8rpg
1998-1999: Efes Pilsen Istanbul (Turkey): 10.1ppg, 5.2rpg
1999-2000: DNP because of the injury
2000-2001: In Jan.'00 signed by FC Barcelona (Spain): 17games: 2.9ppg, 1.6rpg; Euroleague: 4games: 3ppg, 2rpg
2001-2002: Skipper Bologna (Italy): $400,000: Euroleague stats: 19games: 9.2ppg, 2.8rpg, 0.9apg; Italian League: 35games: 5.6ppg, 2.7rpg, 9ast, 1.1spg
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Achievements:
Yugoslavian League Cup Winner -90,91
European Cup Winner -90,91
Yugoslavian National Team -90-97
World Championships -90(1)
European Championships -91(1),95(1),97(1)
EuroCup Winner -91
Yugoslavian League Champion -90-91
Korac Cup Winner -94
Olympic Games -96(Silver)
Euro All-Star Game -97
Italian Cup Winner -97
Euroleague Champion -98
Italian League Champion -98
All-Turkey (Imports) 1st Team -99
Turkish League Finalist -99
Spanish Copa del Rey Winner -01
Spanish ACB Champion -01
Italian SeirieA Finalist -02
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General Manager:
2002-2003: Skipper Fortitudo Bologna (SerieA)
2003-2004: Skipper Fortitudo Bologna (SerieA)
2004-2005: Climamio Bologna (SerieA)
2005-2006: Winterthur F.C. Barcelona (Spain-ACB)
2006-2007: Winterthur F.C. Barcelona (Spain-ACB)
2007-2008: Winterthur F.C. Barcelona (Spain-ACB)
2008-2009: GMAC Real Estate Bologna (Italy-SerieA)
2010, September: presented to FIBA an application to become Agent of players and coaches
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Awards/Achievements:
Italian League Finalist -03, 04
Italian Cup Semifinals -04
Euroleague Finalist -04
Italian SerieA Regular Season Runner-Up -04
Italian SerieA Regular Season Runner-Up -05
Italian SerieA Champion -05
Spanish Catalonian League Finalist -05, 06
Euroleague Semifinals -06
Spanish ACB Semifinals -06
Euroleague Quarterfinals -07
Spanish Cup (Copa del Rey) Winner -07
Spanish ACB Finalist -07
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