Home basketball Euroleague: Vasilije Micic: Bara’s executioner, desired by Real Madrid and ‘signed’ by the NBA

Euroleague: Vasilije Micic: Bara’s executioner, desired by Real Madrid and ‘signed’ by the NBA

by archysport

Vasilije Micic has become the proper name of the season in the Euroleague. Well, it really is the main protagonist of the maximum continental competition for the last two years. The Serbian has established himself as one of the best point guards in Europe and has confirmed him with the regular season and Final Four MVP crown, serving as executioner of the Bara.

With 28 of valuation -the same that Larkin- Micic scored against Bara 25 points (six of 10 in shots of two, two of four in triples and seven of eight from the free throw) left his last big show before leaving to the NBA, destination Oklahoma, where to play from next season.

The Balkan player has been confirmed as one of the best bases in the Old Continent in recent seasons and that has led him to be one of the most sought-after pieces on the European market.

The name of Micic, who ends his contract with the Ottoman club next June, has been linked on several occasions to Real Madrid, although his signing never crystallized. The last time they are was this same campaign in March.

Already in the summer of 2019, when Micic renewed his contract for Efes, Madrid was interested in his signing as the player himself acknowledged: “There was an offer,” the Balkan acknowledged. “Madrid is the most important name in the world of basketball, but my career has taught me that what is written is not always the most important. I feel happy here and that was important enough to stay. “

Subscribe to the BRAND Basket Newsletter and receive in your email, from Monday to Sunday and first thing in the morning, the exclusive news, interviews, reports, graphics and videos that will mark the day in the NBA, Endesa League, Euroleague and the rest of the basket world.


0 comment

Related Articles

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.