Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade


2 Stefan Lazarevic G 1.91
3 Nate Wolters G 1.93
4 Aleksa Uskokovic G 1.94
7 Dejan Davidovac F 2.02
9 Luka Mitrovic F 2.06
10 Branko Lazic G 1.95
12 Nikola Kalinic F 2.02
13 Ognjen Dobric G 2.00
14 Austin Hollins G 1.93
19 Marko Simonovic F 2.03
20 Nikola Ivanovic G 1.98
30 Aaron White F 2.06
32 Ognjen Kuzmic C 2.13
33 Maik Zirbes C 2.09

Head Coach: Dejan Radonjic
EuroLeague 2021-22
Accumulated Statistics - All phases
  Rebounds Blocks Fouls
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Average Statistics - All phases
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Club info

Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade comes off an up-and-down Turkish Airlines EuroLeague season in which it combined great moments with not-so-satisfying ones. The club had a slow start in the competition with just two wins from its first nine games. Zvezda signed head coach Dragan Sakota midseason to replace Milan Tomic (and interim coach Andrija Gavrilovic) and added Kevin Punter and Vladimir Stimac. Lorenzo Brown found his rhythm, too, and Zvezda went on to win seven of its next nine EuroLeague games, including victories in Kaunas, Milan, St Petersburg and Villeurbanne. That brought Zvezda's record to 9-9 record, but the team only won two of its next 10 games and ranked 14th with an 11-17 record when the season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At that moment, Zvezda ranked third in the Adriatic League with a 14-7 record and had suffered a heartbreaking 84-85 overtime loss against archrival Partizan NIS Belgrade in the Serbian Radivoj Korac Cup final.


2020-21 EuroLeague 10-24 Regular Season
2019-20 EuroLeague 11-17 Regular Season, canceled
2017-18 EuroLeague 11-19 Regular Season
2016-17 EuroLeague 16-14 Regular Season
2015-16 EuroLeague 12-15 Playoffs
2014-15 EuroLeague 10-14 Top 16
2013-14 EuroLeague 4-6 Regular Season

TOTAL: 183 74-109


2018-19 EuroCup 8-8 Top 16
2013-14 EuroCup 7-5 Semifinal
2012-13 EuroCup 7-5 Last 16
2011-12 EuroCup 7-5 Last 16
2009-10 EuroCup 8-4 Last 16
2008-09 EuroCup 6-6 Last 16
2007-08 ULEB Cup 8-5-1 Last 16
2006-07 ULEB Cup 9-5 Quarterfinal
2005-06 ULEB Cup 6-8 Quarterfinal
2004-05 ULEB Cup 5-5 Regular Season
2003-04 ULEB Cup 5-5 Regular Season

TOTAL: 138 76-61-1

Crvena Zvezda, which translates as Red Star, was among the most-crowned teams in the former Yugoslavia. The club was founded in 1945 and already a year later started its domination by winning the first of 10 straight titles. Zvezda continued winning trophies in bunches in the early 1970s when it claimed a national championship, three domestic cups and the 1974 Saporta Cup – its lone European trophy to date – in the span of five years. The next two decades were not as fruitful. Zvezda had to wait until 1993 to win another Yugoslavian crown, but it repeated the success twice more in the 1990s. Over the years Zvezda had the privilege of being guided by some of Europe's coaching greats – including Aleksandar Nikolic, Ranko Zeravica and Svetislav Pesic, and developed some of Europe's finest talents such as Zoran Slavnic, Dejan Tomasevic, Igor Rakocevic, Nemanja Bjelica and Predrag Stojakovic. A return to winning at the continental level came in 2006 and 2007 when Milan Gurovic led Zvezda to the ULEB Cup quarterfinals, where it lost against eventual champions Dynamo Moscow and Real Madrid. In 2013, Zvezda won its first of three consecutive Serbian Cups and it made its EuroLeague debut the next season. Even though a 4-6 regular season record was not enough to advance from a tough group with eventual champion Maccabi Tel Aviv, Zvezda continued its journey in the EuroCup and reached the semifinals, where it lost a two-game series against UNICS Kazan. The club returned to compete against Europe's elite and lived through some of the proudest moments in its 70-year old history. Led by big man Boban Marjanovic, in 2014-15 Zvezda reached the EuroLeague Top 16 for the first time and won its first triple-crown, lifting trophies in all three other competitions it entered that season – the Adriatic League, Serbian League and Serbian Cup. The following season, Zvezda went a step further in the EuroLeague, reaching the playoffs, and put up a great fight despite being ousted in three games by eventual champion CSKA Moscow. Zvezda went on to win both the Adriatic League and its second straight Serbian League title. In 2016-17, Zvezda came just short of another EuroLeague Playoff appearance, losing a do-or-die Round 30 game against Darussafaka Istanbul, but won another domestic triple crown. Zvezda has continued winning Serbian League titles - five in a row from 2015 to 2019 - and it recaptured the Adriatic League crown in 2019. On the other hand, it lost the Serbian Radivoj Korac Cup championship games against Partizan and did not reach either the EuroLeague or the EuroCup playoffs in any of the last three seasons. After losing a season to the COVID-19 pandemic, Zvezda returns to the EuroLeague with all it takes - management, fans, tradition and competitiveness - to be a tough opponent for everyone in all competitions yet again in the 2020-21 campaign.

Trophy Case

Cup of Cups: 1974
ABA League: 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2018-19, 2020-21
Serbian National League: 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18, 2018-19, 2020-21
Serbian National Cup: 2004, 2006, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2021
Yugoslav National League: 1946, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1968-69, 1971-72, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1997-98
Yugoslav National Cup: 1971, 1973, 1975
Average Records - All seasons
Category Season Value
Index Rating 2013-14 84.80
Points 2013-14 80.40
Total Rebounds 2014-15 39.58
Assists 2014-15 17.96
Steals 2016-17 9.03
Blocks 2015-16 2.85
2-pointers made 2013-14 23.60
3-pointers made 2020-21 8.59
Free throws made 2013-14 14.60
Nebojsa Covic
Club Address:
Mali Kalemegdan 2
11000 Belgrade, Serbia
Bulevar Arsenija Carnojevica 58, 11070 Belgrade - Serbia
Back-up Arena:
Carlija Caplina 39, Belgrade 11000, Serbia