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Winner: Smelt Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia) Dušan Hauptman, Roman Horvat, Boris Gorenc, Žarko Đurišić, Marko Tušek, Nebojša Razić, Marijan Kraljević, Jaka Daneu, Vitali Nosov, Klemen Zaletel (Coach:
He was assistant coach of many coaches in MZT like Aleksandar Todorov, Aleš Pipan, Vlada Vukoičić,
, Boban Mitev, Zoran Martič, Vrbica Stefanov and Emil Rajković.
Dušan Hauptman, Roman Horvat, Boris Gorenc, Žarko Đurišić, Marko Tušek, Nebojša Razić, Marijan Kraljević, Jaka Daneu, Vitali Nosov, Klemen Zaletel (Head Coach:
Third: Smelt Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia) Ariel McDonald, Marko Milič, Dušan Hauptman, Darren Henrie, Marko Tušek, Vladimer Stepania, Marijan Kraljević, Radoslav Nesterović, Roman Horvat, Ivica Jurković, Jaka Daneu, Slavko Duščak, Gregor Hafnar (Coach:
1995 EuroBasket: finished 12th among 14 teams
4.Roman Horvat, 5.Matjaž Tovornik, 6.Jaka Daneu, 7.Walter Jeklin, 8.Marijan Kraljević, 9.Jure Zdovc, 10.Marko Tušek, 11.Teoman Alibegović, 12.Marko Milič, 13.Boris Gorenc, 14.Slavko Kotnik, 15.Aleš Kunc (Coach:
Bogdanović started playing basketball in Sports Center "25th May". Later, he played for a few Belgrade-based clubs like KK Beovuk 72, BKK Radnički and Crvena zvezda. Under head coach
he saw playing time in the senior team of Crvena zvezda. In the season 2003–04 he won the Radivoj Korać Cup.
In September 2014, Owen started his professional career overseas at Macedonian Adriatic League team MZT Skopje, at the time coached by
. His contract was terminated by mutual agreement in March 2015, after it was prognosed that a full recovery from an already lengthy back injury of his would last longer than previously expected.
Runner-up: Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius (Lithuania) Roberts Štelmahers, Matt Nielsen, João Paulo Batista, Jānis Blūms, Artūras Jomantas, Eurelijus Žukauskas, Marijonas Petravičius, Mindaugas Lukauskis, Tomas Delininkaitis, Andrius Šležas, Titus Ivory, Kareem Rush, Andre Emmett, Ivan Koljević, Darius Pakamanis, Martynas Gecevičius (Coach: Sharon Drucker /
/ Aleksandar Trifunović)
(; born November 1, 1952 in Celje) is widely considered as the most successful Slovenian and top European basketball coach with 25 championship titles both on a national and international level, recognized 9 times as Slovenian Top Coach of the Year and recipient of many other honorary awards.
On the international stage, 1993–94 was the club's best season as they won the European Cup against the Spanish ACB League club Taugrés under the direction of coach
. In 2001–02, the Slovenian team won the small triple crown, taking the Slovenian League championship, Slovenian Cup, and the Adriatic League.
Rush spent the next season playing in Lithuania. On December 21, 2006, he signed with ULEB Cup participant Lietuvos rytas from Vilnius. He was chosen by the Slovenian coach
and led his team to the cup final. On February 24, 2007, Rush was named the MVP of the 2007 LKL All-Star Game. On April 21, Rush's team became the champion of the Baltic Basketball League; he was named the Final Four MVP.
The 2014/2015 season has been the most turbulent one in MZT’s recent history. The club was left by many of the players who had been the main skeleton of the team over the past seasons, and
was appointed a new coach and he decided to rejuvenate the team. New reinforcements have arrived in the team – Milton Jennings, Jourdan DeMuynck, Marko Pajić, Giorgi Tsintsadze, Vedran Morović, Marko Simonovski, Owen Klassen, Dion Dixon, Nenad Zivčević, Adem Mekić, and there are also last season’s players Uroš Lučić, Kiril Nikolovski, Boban Stajić, Aleksandar Cvetković and Ivan Marinković.
From summer 2002 onward, the project called "Evropska ZVEZDA" (European RED STAR) was thought up in order to slowly and methodically return the club on the path of its former glory by achieving results that would see the club play Euroleague again. To that end, new management hired Slovenian coach
who became Red Star's organizational centerpiece. In his first season Sagadin did not actually coach the team (the formal head coach role was given to Aleksandar Trifunović), but he did make all the important personnel decisions from the role of a sporting director. Under Sagadin's guidance Red Star entered the Adriatic League (a privately owned regional competition in which he holds ownership stake) for the 2002–03 season. In August 2003, ahead of the 2003–04 season, Sagadin took over the coaching duties formally as well. Despite all the efforts, the club did not manage to win any major trophies in this period, and in November 2004 Sagadin got fired.
It was important for the league's long term business to negotiate acceptable terms for the Serbian clubs to join the competition. To that end, Lorbek and Lisac went to Belgrade in early April 2002 with an offer of taking in three clubs from FR Yugoslavia for the Adriatic League's 2002–03 season. The offer was flatly rejected initially by the representatives of five YUBA league clubs - Partizan, Crvena zvezda, Hemofarm, FMP, and Budućnost - as their unified platform was either all five or nothing. Taking in all five required expanding the league to 14 teams, which was something the league organizers weren't prepared to do due to the associated increase in operating costs. The negotiated agreement thus fell through for the time being. However, it didn't take long for dents to appear in the unified front put forth by five YUBA league clubs - in May 2002 Crvena zvezda's management (three businessmen close to the ruling Democratic Party in Serbia: Živorad Anđelković, Igor Žeželj, and Goran Vesić) hired
to be the club's new general manager - and soon after, in June 2002, the club broke the ranks by negotiating terms on its own thus agreeing to join the Adriatic League for the 2002–03 season.
Although the coach and three leading players: Robertas Javtokas, Simas Jasaitis and Fred House had left the team during the interseason, the 2006–07 ULEB Cup season was rather successful for Lietuvos rytas as well, despite that two coaches were replaced during the season: Sharon Drucker from Israel was replaced by Slovenian
and the latter to his assistant coach Aleksandar Trifunović from Serbia. The roster was strengthened during the season when promising NBA player Kareem Rush arrived to lead the team to the ULEB Cup final where Lietuvos rytas was defeated by Real Madrid. However, Real Madrid's victory at the ACB semifinals and of one of four spots reserved for Spain allowed Lietuvos rytas to take part in the Euroleague 2007–08 season as the ULEB Cup finalist. On 27 April 2007, Lietuvos rytas won their second consecutive BBL title, Kareem Rush was named the Final Four MVP. The LKL finals and LKF Cup finals were both unsuccessful, though, as Žalgiris won them both.
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