Slovenian champs Krka Novo Mesto announced Nenad Trajkovic as the new head coach for the next two seasons, in which the team will try to come back to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague through the Qualifying Rounds. Trajkovic, 50, arrives from the NBA, where he was an assistant coach in charge of player development at the Phoenix Suns. Trajkovic started his career in 1987 as an assistant for Dusko Vujosevic in Partizan, and then made his debut as head coach the following season at Borac Cacak of Serbia. He returned to Partizan as an assistant shortly after to keep winning titles for the team. He became head coach at Partizan in 1999 and was there two seasons. In 2003-04 he was at Banjalucka Pivara and in 2008 he coached the Latvian national team. He has also worked at Lottomatica Roma, Real Madrid or Dynamo Moscow performing different roles as a specialized assistant coach. He has also worked as an independent consultant for players and coaches and after a stint in the NBA he returns to Europe to try put put Krka back at the top club competition in Europe.