Milano adds big, young Radosevic
by: Euroleague.net
July 17, 2011
Leon Radosevic heads to MilanoThe 2011-12 roster of Emporio Armani Milano keeps filling with talent with the announcement on Sunday that young big man Leon Radosevic will join the Italian club, too. Radosevic (2.08 meters, 21 years old) arrives from Cibona Zagreb, the club he grew up with. He had the 12th-best performance index rating in the last Turkish Airlines Euroleague Regular Season based on his 12.9 points and 6.3 rebounds on average over 9 games. He ranked eighth among all Euroleague players in rebounds and in minutes per game (32:39). He made 51.1% of his two-point shots and 81.5% of his free throws. Radosevic made his Euroleague debut with Cibona at 18 years old in 2009-10, when he put up 3.8 points and 3 rebounds on average over 16 games. He has won a Croatian League title with Cibona and a bronze medal at the 2009 World U-19 Championships with Croatia. Radosevic and Milano signed a two-year contract, with options for two more seasons into 2015.
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