Teenage talent Dino Radoncic could play a big role in Real Madrid's future, but this season his role was to soak up experience and plug in holes when necessary. Radoncic did an exemplary job of that as he appeared in seven Turkish Airlines EuroLeague games and started two, including a Round 3 victory over AX Armani Exchange Olimpia Milan in which he logged 15 minutes. Having Radoncic was a luxury for Madrid in the Spanish League, too, where he averaged 12 minutes of playing time over 22 games. When Madrid was at full strength in the EuroLeague, Radoncic was often left off the active roster. Accordingly, the swingman did not dress in either game in Belgrade, but only 19 years old, there is reason to believe he will get his chance under the spotlight in years to come.