Crvena Zvezda reunites with former champ Keselj

Jul 28, 2017 by Euroleague.net Print
Crvena Zvezda reunites with former champ Keselj
Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade signed former EuroLeague champion Marko Keselj to a two-year deal on Friday. Keselj (2.08 meters, 29 years old) returns to Zvezda, where he played two seasons between 2008 and 2010. He arrives from Belgian side Telenet Ostend, where he averaged 3.6 points and 1.9 rebounds per game last season. Keselj has played two EuroLeague seasons in the past with Olympiacos Piraeus, which he helped to the 2012 EuroLeague title. He has also played for Le Mans and ASVEL Lyon Villeurbanne in France, Valencia Basket and Akasvayu Girona in Spain, Cologne in Germany, Olympiacos and Lavrio in Greece and Avala Ada, OKK Beograd and Mega Vizura in Serbia. Keselj’s trophy case also includes the FIBA Eurocup title he won with Girona in 2007 and one Greek League championship and Greek Cup. He has been a member of the Serbian national team at both the junior and senior levels, too.