- Date of Birth
- Age 45 Years Old
- Famous Name
- Country Serbia RS
- Birth Name Dejan Milojevic
- Birth Place Belgrade, Yugoslavia
- Net Worth $2 Million
- Nationality Serbian
- Ethnicity Mixed
- Profession assistant coach
- Currently Working For Golden State Warriors
Dejan Milojevic is a well-known Serbian professional basketball coach. He currently serves as the assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors in the National Basketball Association. Dejan played in the European Basketball leagues for numerous clubs for fifteen years.
Dejan Milojevic was born on April 15, 1977, in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. He rose to fame only after his successful career; so much about his early life and parent is still under the radar. Milojevic stands six feet and seven inches tall and weighs 115 kg.
Dejan Milojevic's Salary, Net Worth and Earning
Dejan Milojevic has an estimated net worth of more than $2 Million. He has earned most of his net worth through his successful career as a player and a coach in numerous leagues globally. The salary of a basketball player playing in the European leagues is less than the NBA. The average salary of an NBA power Forwards in 2022 is more than $7.5 Million. Dejan has not shared a word about his earnings and salary.
Dejan joined the Golden State Warriors as their assistant coach. None of them have shared the contact details with the public. Milojevic is very early in his coaching career and will be making millions in the future. He is enjoying a lavish lifestyle through his earnings.
Mysterious Married Life and Children
Dejan spent most of his time in the European League. He does not have much presence on social media and has successfully kept his personal life away from the public. Milojevic must live a happy married life and his wife and children. However, Much about his love life is under the radar.
Dejan Milojovic's Basketball Career as Player
Dejan started playing basketball for his hometown club, Beovuk. He once scored 141 points in a single game, a still-standing record. The player started his professional career in 1998, playing in the YUBA League club FMP. In the next two seasons, Milojevic averaged a double-double in both of his seasons with FMP and won the league MVP award in 1999. Dejan listed his name for the 1999 NBA draft but was undrafted.
Milojevic moved to Buducnost and won his first National Championship. He spent his next three seasons with the club and improved his game. While in Buducnost, Dejan won a couple more league MVP Awards in 2003 and 2004. In 2005, The player moved to KK Partizan, a three-time defending Champion. He helped the team win numerous other tournaments scoring 16.4 points and grabbing 10 rebounds per game, also winning a couple of player of the Week honors.
Dejan moved to Pamesa Valencia in the Spanish league at the end of his playing career and then to Galatasaray Cafe Crown in the 2008-9 season.
International Team Appearance
Dejan represented Yugoslavia National team in numerous events. He was part of the 1998 22&Under European Championship gold medal-winning team. In 2001, The player was selected for EuroBasket and earned a gold medal in the final.
Journey to the NBA
Dejan took some time off from basketball and joined Mega Vizura as their head coach in October 2012. He worked with the franchise for eight seasons and has a 173-172. In January 2021, Milojevic joined Montenegrin club, Buducnost and led the team to Montenegrin Cup. In August 2021, Golden State Warriors hired him as their assistant coach.
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