Vuk Radivojević retires after 17-year career

Now already a former player of Igokea will remain in the club and become part of the team management. 

Vuk Radivojevic (Photo: Igokea/Nenad Vuruna)

Igokea announced that their captain Vuk Radivojević has decided to retire from basketball. Radivojević will turn 36 next month, while he will remain in the club and become part of the team management.

Vuk Radivojević started his pro career 17 years ago in Sloga Kraljevo. He had spent most of his career in Crvena zvezda mts for which he played from 2003 to 2007, then again in 2009/10, while his third spell with the red & whites came in the period from 2011 to 2013. Radivojević also played for Fuenlabrada, FMP, Turk Telekom and Slask Wroclaw, while he spent the last 4 seasons in Igokea.

During his 17-year pro career Vuk Radivojević played 249 games in ABA League, which puts him at the 11th place on the ABA League All-Time Games Played list.

Vuk, thank you for everything and we wish you all the best in the future!