7 December 1937|
Leskovac, Vardar Banovina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia
|Died||27 May 1970
Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
|Listed height||2.10 m (6 ft 11 in)|
|Listed weight||96 kg (212 lb)|
|1967–1968||Libertas Livorno (Fargas)|
|1968–1969||Reyer Venezia (Noalex)|
Rajković played for OKK Beograd during theirs so-called 'Golden Era' in late 1950s and first half of 1960s in the Yugoslav First League. His teammates were Radivoj Korać, Miodrag Nikolić, Bogomir Rajković, Slobodan Gordić and Milorad Erkić. OKK Beograd's coaches during that time were Borislav Stanković and Aleksandar Nikolić and sports director was Radomir Šaper. In that period they won three Yugoslav League championships and two Yugoslav Cups.
Rajkovic was the best scorer of the Italian Championship 1967-1968 with 521 points.
Yugoslavia national team
As a player for the Yugoslavia national basketball team Rajković has played from 1963 to 1970. During the time of Rajković’s performance on the national team, Yugoslavia won two European silvers (1965 and 1969) and one bronze (1963), one Olympic silver (1968) in Mexico City, and one World Championship gold (1970 – Ljubljana, Slovenia). He played 113 games for the national team.
Rajković died in sleep on 28th May 1970, just four days after winning the first World Championship gold medal for Yugoslavia on Sunday, 24 May. He had a wife Biljana and son Vladimir.
- Yugoslav League champion: 3 (with OKK Beograd: 1960, 1963 and 1964).
- Yugoslav Cup winner: 2 (with OKK Beograd: 1960, 1962).
- Rajkovic Profile at OKK Beograd website (in Serbian)
- Trajko Rajkovic at sports-reference.com
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