Zoran Martič

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Zoran Martič
Zoran Martič 2013.JPG
Martič with MZT Skopje
Personal information
Born (1965-05-08) May 8, 1965 (age 54)
Celje, SFR Yugoslavia
NationalitySlovenian
Career history
1992–1993Ilirija
1993–1997Smelt Olimpija (youth)
1995–1997Smelt Olimpija mladi
1997–1999Geoplin Slovan
1999–2000Rogla Zreče
2000–2001Loka Kava
2001–2002Kraški Zidar
2002–2003Szolnoki Olaj
2003–2004Krka
2004–2005Budućnost
2005Geoplin Slovan
2005–2006Apoel Nicosia
2006–2007Zlatorog Laško
2007–2008Helios Domžale
2008–2010Union Olimpija (assistant)
2010–2011Khimik
2012Körmend
2012–2013Khimik
2013–2014MZT Skopje
2015–2017Trefl Sopot
2018Petrol Olimpija

Zoran Martič[1] is a Slovenian basketball coach.

Best results[edit]

  • 1998 – 1st place European U22 championship
  • 2000 – 2nd place European U20 championship
  • 2001 – 6th place World U20 championship
  • 2003/04 – 5th place Goodyear – Adriatic league (Budučnost)
  • 2004/05 – semi finalist of the Serbia & Montenegro cup (Budučnost)
  • 2005 – finalist of the Slovenian play off (Slovan)
  • 2006 – quarter finalist of FIBA Challenge cup
  • 2007 – semi finalist of the Slovenian play off (Zlatorog Laško)
  • 2008 – finalist of the Slovenian Cup and finalist of the Slovenian play off (Helios), winner of the Slovenian all star game
  • 2014 – Macedonian League winner, Macedonian Cup winner (MZT Skopje)
  • 2018 – Slovenian League champion (2018)

Personal life[edit]

Martič's older brother, Zvezdan Martič, is a journalist and engineer. [2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Zoran Martic". BGBasket.com. Retrieved November 5, 2017.
  2. ^ "Zvezdan Martič". zvezdanmartic.com. Retrieved June 2, 2018.

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