Milenko Tepic is a new player of Mega Bemax!
Mega Bemax has taken another step towards completing the team for the upcoming season, as the contract with the club was signed by an experienced international and former Serbian national team player Milenko Tepic (33), who will soon join the practices of team of coach Vladimir Jovanovic.
After signing the contract with Mega, Milenko Tepic pointed out that in a conversation with the club and the coach, he found his role in Mega:
– I am very glad to be in Belgrade again and to have become a member of Mega. Although Mega is a club that develops young players, in a conversation with the club and coach Vladimir Jovanovic, I realized that I can find my playing place and role, which is in a way also mentoring. I will do my best to help these young guys grow into good players and fulfill their potential, and to do so by making the best possible results. I’m looking forward to the new season,
Milenko Tepic was born on February 27, 1987 in Novi Sad, he is 202 centimeters tall and plays as a guard. In his rich playing career, he played for Vojvodina, Partizan (twice), Panathinaikos, Sevilla, Lietuvos Rytas, PAOK (twice), Orlandina, Brindisi, Varese, while he finished last season in Iraklis. He won the Euroleague with Panathinaikos in 2011 with two titles in Greece, while he won nine trophies with Partizan (three ABA leagues, four Super Leagues and two Radivoje Korac Cup).
Tepic also won four gold medals at the European Championships in the youth national team, and with the first team of Serbia he won silver at the European Championships in 2009 in Poland.
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