Cedevita Zagreb
Roster
No.PlayerCountryPos.HeightBorn
4 CAR, MARKO Croatia Guard 1.88 1985
5 ROGIC, ROKO Croatia Guard 1.85 1992
7 WRIGHT, BRACEY USA Guard 1.91 1984
8 SUPUT, PREDRAG Serbia Forward 2.00 1977
9 BABIC, LUKA Croatia Forward 2.01 1991
11 LEBO, KARLO Croatia Guard 1.93 1990
12 ANDRIC, LUKSA Croatia Center 2.10 1985
13 BUVA, IVAN Croatia Forward 2.08 1991
14 SUTON, GORAN Croatia Center 2.09 1985
15 BILAN, MIRO Croatia Center 2.13 1989
16 ILIEVSKI, VLADO FYROM Guard 1.88 1980
20 GELABALE, MICKAEL France Forward 2.01 1983
23 NURKIC, JUSUF Bosnia - Herzegovina Center 2.12 1994
33 TOMAS, MARKO Croatia Guard 2.01 1985
44 GREEN, MARQUES USA Guard 1.65 1982
45 BAZDARIC, MARINO Croatia Guard 1.95 1978
 Head Coach    
  MALJKOVIC, BOZIDAR Serbia    
  PETROVIC, ALEKSANDAR Croatia    

Team latest news

Cedevita inks young Zganec

Cedevita Zagreb announced on Tuesday night a long-term deal with young power forward Karlo Zganec. Zganec (2.06 meters, 19 years old) played at the U20 EuroBasket in Greece with Croatia, reaching the semifinals of the tournament. He averaged 10.9 points, 7.1 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game. Zganec arrives from KK Zagreb.

Club info
Cedevita Zagreb is coming off the most successful season in its history and looking to build on it while returning to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague for the second time in three years. Cedevita enjoyed a historic campaign in which after a good Eurocup run –reaching the Last 32 and just missing a place in the eighthfinals –it dominated domestically. The club from the Croatian capital took the domestic double– sweeping Cibona for its first ever Croatian League title and defending the Croatian Cup with win over KK Zagreb – and advanced to the Adriatic League title game after downing Partizan Belgrade 79-81 on the road on a half-court shot by Nolan Smith. Despite losing the finals to Cibona Zagreb, the season was a great achievement for the club that was founded in 1991, under the name KK Botinec. The team climbed to the second division in 1998, and reached the Croatian elite in 2002. It finished fifth overall in its debut Croatian League season and ambitions promptly rose when a big sponsor, Atlantic Grupa, took over and the club changed its name to KK Cedevita in 2005. Continuing to improve, it reached the Croatian League semifinals for the first time in 2009-10, and also finished seventh in its Adriatic League debut, however nobody expected what came next. Cibona shocked everyone in the 2010-11 Eurocup when it downed Dynamo Moscow in the qualifying round and survived the regular season with a big home win against Azovmash Mariupol. Cedevita went through the Last 16 and knocked off Asefa Estudiantes in the quarterfinals to get to the Eurocup Finals – an unthinkable result even for the club's biggest fans. Unics Kazan halted its great run in the semifinals, but Cedevita had written a brilliant page in competition history. Dontaye Draper was named Eurocup MVP, Aco Petrovic received the Best Coach award and players like Bracey Wright, Vedran Vukusic, Marino Bazdaric and Damjan Rudez also played valuable roles in the club's fantastic run. Cedevita then reached its first Croatian League finals, but was swept by Zagreb. In 2011-12, Cedevita struggled early and missed the Eurocup Last 16, but rebounded to win its first-ever title – the Croatian Cup - by downing KK Zagreb 74-72 in the final behind 27 points from Matjaz Smodis. Cedevita later reached the Adriatic League title game and the Croatian League finals to complete an outstanding season, but Maccabi Electra and Cibona, respectively, stood in its way of more trophies. Domestic success led Cedevita to its Euroleague debut in 2012-13 season, which it finished with 2-8 record. That turned to be a title-free season for Cedevita, but with the arrival of head coach Jasmin Repesa, the team and the club continued competing for – and winning – titles on all fronts. Back in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague, Cedevita will look to continue the long and proud traditions of Croatian basketball by promoting that nations’ great young talent and challenging the best of the continent to make each season even greater than the last.
Tropy Case
Croatian National League: 2013-14
Croatian National Cup: 2012, 2014
President Mladen Veber
Address Podsusedski Trg 14
10000 Zagreb - Croatia
Arena DOM SPORTOVA
TRG Kresimir Cosica 11, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
Tel. +385 1 3491 144
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