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Svetislav Pesic spurns Unicaja Malaga offer for 2010-11
No word yet on where Power Electronics Valencia head coach – and certain strong candidate for Euroleague Coach of the Year honors – Svetislav Pesic will be taking his prodigious cerebral talents for 2011-12, but he has made it clear that it won’t be to Unicaja Malaga. French-language Basket News today relays a story from […]
And the nominees in the category of “Best Euroleague Coach” are…
Over at the Lithuanian Perspective, BallinEurope typically contributes to a weekly column entitled “The Wise Men Know” (hey, BiE didn’t choose the moniker). This week, the deadline sadly whooshed past this writer and so no contribution from Os Davis appears in the current edition. However, BiE just couldn’t let this week’s third question – namely, […]
Happy birthday, Svetislav Pešić!
Today marks the 60th birthday of Svetislav Pešić, coach extraordinaire last with Red Star Belgrade. After nearly a decade and a half playing the game (culminating in his late-career win with the European Champions Cup winner KK Bosna in 1978/79), Pešić has gone on to rack up an impressive number of accolades and successes in […]
Wishing 45 coaches a happy Graduation Day
When the FIBA U20 European Championship Men tips off today, the young cagers won’t be the only ones on the court looking to impress potential future employers in Europe: Some 45 coaches who have participated in the two-year FIBA Europe Coaching Certificate Program will be capping their degrees with their work in the tournament.
Settle debts – the Serbian way
The financial crisis is hitting harder and harder and teams have serious trouble to pay the salaries of their players. Today, we got the information about a funny story for us but a very serious issue for Vladimir Masulovic, Serbian Center and former player of Crvena Zvezda.
Can Svetislav Pesic relaunch the Red Star?
The traditional Belgrade basketball team Crvena Zvezda was close to folding just one month ago; with €80,000 in bank and only four players left, the future looked not very bright for the former champions. But things have changed in recent days.