August 5, 1964 |
Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
|Listed height||1.89 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|NBA draft||1986 / Undrafted|
|1985–1986||Red Star Belgrade|
|1995–1996||Red Star Belgrade|
|1998–2001||Stal Ostrów Wielkopolski|
|2004–2005||KK Hemofarm (assistant)|
|2010–2011||Polpharma Starogard Gdański|
|Career highlights and awards|
He played for several clubs in his country and abroad, most notably with Jugoplastika/Pop 84 from Split where he won three European Champion Cups, usually in the starting lineup. In the third of those title games, in Paris against F.C. Barcelona, Sretenovic became the second of only three players, and the only European ever, to play all 40 minutes of a Final Four title game for the winning team. He also won two European Championships with Yugoslavia and Serbian national team, championships and cups of Germany, four titles, two Cups and two Supercups of Yugoslavia.
Upon retiring, he entered into coaching waters.
In the 2001-02 season, he became head coach of KK Budućnost Podgorica. He was also the assistant coach to Željko Lukajić at KK Hemofarm in 2005. In 2007-08 he was the head coach of KK Igokea. From July to November 2008, he was the head coach of KK Vojvodina Srbijagas. He later worked in Polpharma Starogard Gdański and AZS Koszalin.
- Euroleague Basketball. "50 Years interview: Zoran Sretenovic, Jugoplastika". Retrieved 2012-09-30.
- YUBAC Basketball Camp. "Guard Camp". Retrieved 2012-09-30.
- B92 (2008-07-16). "Sretenović trener KK Vojvodina" (in Serbian). Retrieved 2012-01-19.
- Zoran Sretenović at eurobasket.com
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