TOMASEVIC, DEJAN
Height: 2.08 Born: 6 May, 1973 Nationality: Serbia
EuroLeague 2018-19 STATISTICS
EuroLeague 2018-19 individual rankings
This player is not ranked among the Top 25 in any category.
Career Notes
  • Grew up with Borac Cacak (Yugoslavia) juniors.
  • Made his debut with Borac Cacak during the 1990-91 season.
  • Signed for the 1991-92 season by BC Red Star Belgrade.
  • .played there till the 1994-95 championship.
  • Signed for the 1995-96 season by BC Partizan Belgrade.
  • Played there till the 1998-99 championship.
  • Signed for the 1999-00 season by KK Buducnost Podgorica.
  • Played there till the 2000-01 season.
  • Moved to Spain for the 2001-02 season, signed by Taugres Saski Baskonia Vitoria.
  • Signed for the 2002-03 season by Valencia BC.
  • Played there till the 2004-05 championship.
  • Moved to Greece for the 2005-06 season, signed by Panathinaikos Athens.
  • He's still playing there.
Miscellaneous
  • Won the 2007 Euroleague with Panathinaikos Athens.
  • Won the 2003 ULEB Cup with Valencia BC.
  • Named the 2000-01 Euroleague MVP.
  • Named to the 2001-02 All-Euroleague First Team.
  • Named the 2000-01 Euroleague Week-2 and 4 MVP:..named the 2003 ULEB Cup Finals MVP.
  • Won the 1992-93 and 1993-94 Yugoslav National Championship with BC Red Star Belgrade.
  • Won the 1995-96 and 1996-97 Yugoslav National Championaship with BC Partizan Belgrade.
  • Won the 1999-00 and 2000-01 Yugoslavian National Championship with KK Buducnost Podgorica.
  • Won the 2001-02 Spanish National Championship with Taugres Saski Baskonia Vitoria.
  • Won the 2005-06 Greek National Championship with Panathinaikos Athens.
  • Won the 1999 Yugoslavian National Cup with BC Partizan Belgrade.
  • Won the 2001 Yugoslav National Cup with KK Buducnost Podgorica.
  • Won the 2002 Spanish National Cup (King's Cup) with Taugres Saski Baskonia Vitoria.
  • Won the 2006 and 2007 Greek National Cup with Panathinaikos Athens.
  • Named the 1998 Yugoslav League MVP.
  • Named to the 1998 Yugoslav League 1st Team.
  • Played the 1999 and 2000 Yugoslav All Star Game.
  • Led the 1997-98 Euroleague in rebounds (9.6 rpg.).
  • Led the 1999-00 Euroleague in field goal percentage (63.0 %).
  • Member of the Yugoslav National Team.
  • Won the gold medal at the 1995, 1997 and 2001 European Championship.
  • Won the bronze medal at the 1999 European Championship.
  • Won the gold medal at the 1998 and 2002 World Championship.
  • Won the silver medal at the 1996 Olympic Games.
  • Played at the 2000 and 2004 Olympic Games.
  • Played at the 2005 European Championship.
Euroleague
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG % 3FG % FT % Reb St As Bl
2000-01 KK Buducnost 12 275 22.9 105/164 64 0/4 0 65/113 57.5 138 24 37 12
2001-02 Tau Ceramica 20 280 14 104/164 63.4 0/0 0 72/113 63.7 152 17 41 10
2003-04 Pamesa Valencia 17 190 11.2 81/140 57.9 0/1 0 28/62 45.2 148 36 66 4
2005-06 Panathinaikos 14 102 7.3 39/64 60.9 0/0 0 24/50 48 56 6 16 6
2006-07 Panathinaikos 22 167 7.6 56/91 61.5 0/0 0 55/80 68.8 98 9 18 7
2007-08 Panathinaikos 4 6 1.5 3/5 60 0/0 0 0/2 0 6 1 5 0
Totals 89 1020 11.5 388/628 61.8 0/5 0 244/420 58.1 598 93 183 39
Averages 89 1020 11.5 388/628 61.8 0/5 0 244/420 58.1 6.7 1 2.1 0.4
Eurocup
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG % 3FG % FT % Reb St As Bl
2002-03 Pamesa Valencia 18 156 8.7 57/117 48.7 0/1 0 42/67 62.7 120 21 86 5
2004-05 Pamesa Valencia 14 150 10.7 58/106 54.7 0/1 0 34/74 45.9 122 21 58 5
Totals 32 306 9.6 115/223 51.6 0/2 0 76/141 53.9 242 42 144 10
Averages 32 306 9.6 115/223 51.6 0/2 0 76/141 53.9 7.6 1.3 4.5 0.3