Miroslav Raduljica

Miroslav Raduljica ( Serbian Cyrillic Мирослав Радуљица; born January 5, 1988 in Belgrade, SR Serbia) is a Serbian professional basketball player. Raduljica began his career at FMP Železnik in his hometown before he was hired in 2010 by the Turkish club Efes Istanbul, which, however, gave him subsequently to other clubs, including the German first division club ALBA Berlin, with whom he in the National Basketball League in 2010 / 11 German Vice Champion. He also won with Železniks local rivals KK Partizan 2012, the Serbian league and cup double and Asowmasch Mariupol 2013, the Ukrainian runner. In 2013 he received from the Milwaukee Bucks in a contract of the highest endowed professional league NBA.


Raduljica was trained in the youth teams of FMP Železnik in his hometown and made his debut in 2006, when freshly crowned European U18 champion with the Serbian youth team, the first team of Železnik. In the 2006/07 season he was loaned to KK Borac Čačak from before he returned to Serbia with Železnik as U19 world champion in 2007. While he celebrated no particular success with FMP, he was with the Serbian junior national teams continues to be successful and won the 2008 U20 European Championship and the gold medal at the Summer Universiade in 2009 in his hometown of Belgrade. He also won the silver medal at the European Championship finals in 2009 with the Men's National Team. After the finals in the Serbian Cup competition with FMP Železnik he was in 2010 by the Turkish top club Efes Pilsen SK in Istanbul committed after initial injury problems among the Croatian coach Velimir Perasovic but put him in the season 2010/ 11, only in a few games, but in March 2011 awarded to German first division club ALBA Berlin. With the Berlin club Raduljica reached in the National Basketball League 2010/11 nor the final series for the championship, but lost in five games went over the defending champions Brose Baskets Bamberg. In the following two seasons Raduljica was awarded by the Anadolu Efes now operating as Turkish club to other clubs in Europe. In the 2011/12 season he played just for Železniks local rivals KK Partizan Belgrade, while his former Belgrade club was merged with KK Red Star. With series champion Partizan Raduljica defended the national league and cup double, but could not defend the title in the ABA league. In the 2012/13 season Raduljica played in the Basketball Super League Ukraine for the runner- BK Asowmasch from Mariupol, who moved again in the final series for the championship and this time BK Budiwelnyk Kiev subject.

After Raduljica had previously shown no great interest in the most highly endowed professional league NBA in the United States and was also not considered in the " Entry Draft " of the league, he was still committed to the summer of 2013 from a club in the NBA. In the Milwaukee Bucks, he got a two-year contract with options.