Partizan and former player Dusan Kecman will reunite this season after the sides agreed to a one-year contract. Kecman (197, 31) comes from Panathinaikos, with whom he won the Euroleague title as well as the Greek League and Greek Cup last year. He averaged 2.1 points in fewer than nine minutes per game in a reserve role for the Greens, down from 10.9 points and 2 assists per for Partizan the previous season. This will be Kecman's third stint at Partizan. He wore the club's black and white colors between 2002 and 2004 and again between 2006 and 2008. Kecman has also played for BC Kyiv in Ukraine, Telindus Oostende in Belgium, Efes Pilsen in Turkey, Makedonikos in Greece and FMP Zeleznik and Beopetrol in his native Serbia. Among his other career highlights are winning the Adriatic League twice and the Serbian League four times with Partizan. Kecman will join Partizan after representing Serbia at the EuroBasket Championships in Poland.