Rankings Update

Rankings Update

As the 2018/2019 season coming closer to the end we decided to make a preview of the season and update our ranking lists.

1999

Trending player: Nikola Mišković

After Goga Bitadze left Mega Bemax and joined Buducnost, Miskovic step up and take a leader role in Mega Bemax team. He played second part of the season really great including some great performances like 30pts vs Partizan or 25pts vs Zadar. He was one of the main reasons why Mega stayed on course and finished on high 5th place overall.

Newcomers:

Marko Lukić

Biggest jumps:

Lazar Nekić (from #25 to #17)
Stevan Krtinić (from #22 to #15)
Marko Lukić (from unranked to #22)

FULL RANKING:
https://www.serbiahoop.com/1999-generation/

2000

Trending player: Ognjen Mićović

MVP, most points, most assists and most steals in U19 Roda JLS. Micovic was definetely biggest suprise of the season. After spending a season in Zarkovo, Micovic decided to go back to his hometown Cacak and sign with Borac and it’s turns out that it was amazing move. Not just that he led Borac to the 4th place in Roda JLS, he also had a chance to debuted for Borac’s senior team and had some pretty solid minutes in KLS.

Newcomers:

Dušan Nešković
Miloš Đisalov
Matija Dragićević
Nikola Ćurčić

Biggest jumps:

Ognjen Mićović (from #15 to #10)
Luka Jovanović (from #29 to #15)
Toma Vasiljević (from #17 to #12)

FULL RANKING:
https://www.serbiahoop.com/2000-generation/

2001

Trending player: Aleksej Pokuševski

After great performance at AdidasNGT in Belgrade where he averaged 15.8pts, 7reb, 2.5ast, 2.3stl and 3.5blk and showed how much he improved in all aspects of his game Pokusevski also had chance to score his first point in Euroleague vs Bayern Munich. Once again he showed us what a unique talent he is and that a bright future is ahead of him.

Newcomers:

Nikola Radovanović
Đorđe Đorđević

Biggest jumps:

Vukašin Mašić (from #25 to #16)
Nikola Radovanović (from unranked to #18)

FULL RANKING:
https://www.serbiahoop.com/2001-generation/

2002

Trending player: Petar Kovačević

Kovacevic is one of those players who work in silence and let the numbers speak for him. In the best team in U17 Triglav KLS he has the best numbers. Best rebounder of the league and second in index rating for someone who wasn’t even planed to be one of the leaders in Mega team. Kovacevic is showing year by year constant progress and he is definetely one of biggest suprises in current Triglav KLS league.

Newcomers:

Marko Gušić
Aleksa Ristić
Lav Cvetković

Biggest jumps:

Petar Kovačević (from #24 to #10)
Miloš Ilić (from #21 to #11)
Luka Ilić (from #27 to #18)
Andrija Bačarević (from #30 to #22)

FULL RANKING:
https://www.serbiahoop.com/2002-generation/

2003

Trending player: Tristan Vukčević

Tristan was pretty much unknown until this season when he signed with Real Madrid where we had chance to see him more often and he just confirmed how big talent he is. Standing at 207cm with great size and body, he is also very mobile and has good athletic ability and pretty good skills level. He adjusted well in Real Madrid system and no doubt that he is one of the Real’s next big projects.

Newcomers:

Stefan Stefanović
Nikola Petojević
Nikola Šaranović
Nikola Jesić
Nikola Mirčić

Biggest jumps:

Filip Branković (from #24 to #12)
Aleksa Obradović (from #26 to #14)
Stefan Stefanović (from unranked to #19)
Nikola Petojević (from unranked to #21)

FULL RANKING:
https://www.serbiahoop.com/2003-generation/

2004

Trending player: Nikola Đurišić

Durisic is the player that showed great improvement since last season. 197cm tall forward is now offensively much bigger treat, he became true scorer. He can score on multiple ways and there is especially noticeable progress in shooting. He led U15 Mega team to the first place in Belgrade region and now they will fight for title on F8. He had chance to play for U17 Mega team on U17 Hopes Valjevo and he also got few calls for U16 Serbia NT like a reward for a good season he is having.

Newcomers:

Jovan Filipović
Dimitrije Janković
Luka Vudragović
Stefan Janković
Luka Ivanjac

Biggest jumps:

Nikola Đurišić (from #5 to #1)
Radovan Kompirović (from #24 to #15)
Jovan Filipović (from unranked to #19)
Dimitrije Janković (from unranked to #20)

FULL RANKING:
https://www.serbiahoop.com/2004-generation/

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