Team

Beginnings

Even though they have become well known to the broader basketball public at the territory of the former Yugoslavia only several years ago, when they joined the regional competition, Igokea is a club with long lasting tradition. It's begiggnings go back into 23 July 1973, when KK Potkozarje was established in Aleksandrovac by a group of enthusiasts that set themselves a main goal to introduce basketball to local youth and teach them the basics. In the second half of the 1990's, the club was renamed to Igokea and that's when the club where main emphasis was put on its youth categories got another dimension and adopted the highest ambitions at the senior level.

Glory Days

Igokea's first trophy came in 2001, when the club from Aleksandrovac conquered the entire competition in Bosnia and Herzegovina and became champion. Six years later, it won their first national cup trophy. By now the club has won six championship and five cup trophies. In 2010/11 season, Igokea participated in the ABA League for the first time and in 2013 it reached the regional league's final four tournament, securing themselves also a spot in the Eurocup and that's when it entered the biggest international stage.
Club Information
KK Igokea, Aleksandrovac

Gradiška cesta br. 57, 78255 Aleksandrovac, BIH
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www.igokea.rs

kkigokea@blic.net

+387 51 580 020
+387 51 582 230

+387 51 580 020

Administration
President:Boris Spasojević
General Manager:Miloš Čubrilović

Venue Sport hall Laktaši
Nemanjina bb, 78250 Laktaši, BIH
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Trophy Case

BiH Championship:

2001, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

BiH Cup:

2007, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

Club Transfers

Players left 2018-19

Marko Ljubičić (Cibona)
Nikola Gajić (Helios Suns)
Aleksandar Ponjavić
Stefan Glogovac (Spars)
Danilo Šibalić
Billy Preston
Dominic Artis
Nikola Jevtović


Players arrived 2018-19

Sava Lešić (Oettinger Rockets Gotha)
Jimmy Gavin (Spartak Saint Petersburg)
Trey Kell (San Diego University)
Filip Njegovanović (Slavija)
Domen Lorbek (Petrol Olimpija)
Tоmislav Zubčić (Telekom Baskets Bonn)
Filip Adamović (Tsmoki-Minsk)
Orlando Johnson (Al-Riyadi)

Team Roster

# Name Position Height Date of Birth Nationality
Filip Adamović Guard 181 15.12.1988 Bosnian
Jimmy Gavin Guard 191 28.08.1991 American
Dalibor Ilić Forward 202 04.03.2000 BiH
Aljoša Janković Guard 202 08.02.1999 BiH
Orlando Johnson Shooting Guard 196 11.03.1989 American
Trey Kell Shooting Guard 193 05.04.1996 American
Sava Lešić Power Forward 205 23.02.1988 Serbian
Domen Lorbek Guard 198 06.03.1985 Slovenian
Filip Njegovanović Guard 198 02.06.2000 Serbian
Darko Talić Guard 186 23.02.1998 BiH
Nemanja Živković Shooting Guard 197 25.05.1999 BiH
Tomislav Zubčić Power Forward 212 17.01.1990 Croatian
9 Nemanja Nikolić Shooting Guard 196 07.10.1998 BiH
13 Đorđe Milošević Shooting Guard 199 20.06.1993 Serbian
18 Vuk Radivojević Guard 196 30.07.1983 Serbian
33 Robert Rikić Center 219 29.04.1990 Croatian
Nenad Trajkovic Coach

Club Statistics

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Game Stats

overall FG2 FG3 FT Rebs Blck Foul
Pts % M A % M A % M A % D O Ass St To Fv Ag Cm Rv Val

Player Stats

overall FG2 FG3 FT Rebs Blck Foul
GP Min Pts % M A % M A % M A % D O Ass St To Fv Ag Cm Rv Val

FG2, FG3 - Field Goals

M - Made

Ag - Against

Rebs - Rebounds

St - Steals

FT - Free Throws

A - Attempted

Foul - Foul

D - Defensive

To - Turnover


Min - Minutes

Blck - Blocks

Cm - Committed

O - Offensive

Val - rank Value


Pts - Points

Fv - in Favoure of

Rv - Received

Ass - Assists

W - Won, L - Lost