European basketball has been speaking Serbian for a long time. Proof of that is the Yugo-summit in Saragosa with Boza Maljkovic and Zeljko Obradovic heading Limoge and Real, while another three Yugoslav players are in the Greek Panathanaikos and Olympiakos Yugoslav basketball still hasn’t hit Europe but there’s more talk of it than ever before. […]

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