KK Zadar is a basketball club from the same coastal town of Zadar, Croatia.
- 7.1 Best-known trainer
- 7.2 The best-known players
See also: Basketball in Croatia
KK Zadar participates in the national Croatian league, but only in the final. The peak season to play in the Goodyear League, this is a Nationwide League clubs from the former Yugoslavia dar. After finishing the season in the Goodyear League, take on the Final Eight of the local Croatian league. This Final Eight consists of the five top-ranked teams in the first Croatian Basketball League, as well as the time for Croatian participants of the Goodyear League together. The game is played in the knockout system best of three.
European plays KK Zadar in this season in the Euro League is no longer relevant.
The home jersey is white, with a few blue color segments. As Away team then you play exactly the reverse, in blue with little white color segments.
The club plays its home games out in the hall Jazine. During the 2006-2007 season, however, the new hall should be completed on Višnjik. In May 2008, the Dvorana Krešimira Cosica new home stadium was.
The fan community is called " Tornado Zadar ", was established in 1965. This makes it the second oldest fan community in the country, right after the fans of KK Split Croatia Osiguranje.
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- Yugoslavian champion: 1964/65, 1966 /67 1967/68 1973 /74 1974/75, 1985/86
- Yugoslav Cup winner: 1969/70
- Croatian Cup Winner ( Kup Krešimira Cosica ): 1997/ 98, 1999/2000, 2002/ 03, 2004 / 05, 2005/ 06
- Winners of the regional " Goodyear League ": 2002/2003 (the largest club success)
- Croatian champion: 1946, 1947, 2004/2005, 2007/2008
Best-known players and coaches
Vlado Djurovic, Lucijan Valčić, Danijel Jusup, Giuseppe Giergia, Enzo Sovitti, Leonard Bajlo, Đorđo Zdrilić, Bruno Marcelic, Trpimir Lokin, UCO Pulanić, Slavko Trninić, Pino Grdović, Umberto Piasevoli, Hrvoje Vlasic and Vladimir Vanjak
- Kresimir Cosic ( was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame )
- Dino Rađa
- Josip Đerđa
- Stojko Vranković
- Arijan Komazec
- Branko Skroče
- Veljko Petranović
- Petar Popović
- Emilio Kovačić
- Marko Popović
- Dejan Bodiroga