May 29, 1977 |
Zagreb, Socialist Republic of Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia
|Nationality||Croatian / Slovenian|
|Listed height||6.10 ft 10.25 in (212 cm)|
|Listed weight||225 lb (102 kg)|
|Pro playing career||1996–2013|
|1997–1998||Union Olimpija 2nd team|
|Career highlights and awards|
|2x Slovenian Champion (2001, 2002)
1× Turkish Champion (2003)
Adriatic Champion (2002)
3x Slovenian Cup (2000, 2001, 2002),
Jurica Golemac (born May 29, 1977 in Zagreb, Socialist Republic of Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia), is a retired Slovenian-Croatian professional basketball player. He is 2.12 m (6 ft 10¼ in) tall and weighs 102 kg (225 lbs). He can play at both the forward and center positions. Currently Golemac works as assistance coach at KK Cibona.
In his professional career, Golemac has played with the following clubs: KK Zrinjevac Zagreb, Union Olimpija, Geoplin Slovan, Union Olimpija, Efes Pilsen, Cibona Zagreb, Ural Great, Hapoel Jerusalem, Paris-Levallois, Panellinios, Virtus Roma, Panathinaikos, KK Zadar, Colossus Rhodes, Alba Berlin and Sidigas Avellino, KK Krka. He retired from basketball in January 2013 after knee injury.
Golemac has started as assasitance coach at KK Cibona in November 2013.
Slovenian national team
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