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Milan Macvan - PF, 6'9, 265
Signed in Italy - Signed with Milano
       Date of birth: 11/16/1989
       Country: Serbia
     Drafted (NBA): 54th pick, 2011
     Out of: Hemofarm Vrsac (Serbia)
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

Date
League
Transaction
18th December, 2007 Serbia Signed with Hemofarm.
19th December, 2010 Serbia Left Hemofarm.
19th December, 2010 Israel Signed for the remainder of the season and through 2015 with Maccabi Tel-Aviv.
2011 NBA Draft NBA Drafted 54th overall by Cleveland.
18th October, 2011 Serbia Loaned by Maccabi Tel-Aviv to Partizan Belgrade for the remainder of the season.
1st August, 2012 Israel Left Maccabi Tel-Aviv.
1st August, 2012 Turkey Signed a two year contract with Galatasaray.
17th October, 2014 Serbia Signed for the remainder of the season with Partizan Belgrade.
14th July, 2015 Italy Signed a two year contract with Milano.
When: Where:
2005 - December 2007 FMP Zeleznik (Serbia)
December 2007 - December 2010 Hemofarm (Serbia)
December 2010 - October 2011 Maccabi Tel-Aviv (Israel)
October 2011 - June 2012 Partizan Belgrade (Serbia)
August 2012 - June 2014 Galatasaray (Turkey)
October 2014 - June 2015 Partizan Belgrade (Serbia)
July 2015 - present Milano (Italy)
From blog:


   An Unnecessarily Exhaustive Guide To The Euroleague Final Eight
2011-03-24

Sofo, brought in from Olympiakos, is in the midst of the best season of his career. This isn't as powerful of a statement as it might have been, given some of the wasted years he had in an Olympiakos jersey, yet it's something. He is playing at what looks to be about 350lbs - which time has proven to be about as slim as you can ever expect from him - and is using it to be an unstoppable scorer in the paint. Sofo averages 12.3 points in only 19 minutes per game, shooting 57% from the field, getting to the line five times a game, and even hitting those free throws at a much improved 67% clip. The only thing that stops him is his own feet - a good number of his alarmingly high 2.4 turnovers per game can be attributed to travels. Macvan, brought in midseason from Serbain team Hemofarm, has slotted in as a face-up scorer off the bench, averaging 3.9 points in 8.6 minutes. He has gone from playing in the high thirties in minutes in the Eurocup, to being a 10th man in the Euroleague, but he's a fine tenth man to have. Macvan is a smooth and fluid scorer, with good hands and great passing vision, able to score in the post, rebound, get open, drive the ball, and hit some jumpshots (albeit far too confident at this latter ability). If he gave even half of the defensive effort that he does on offense, he'd move further up the hierarchy.

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   2011 NBA Draft Diary
2011-06-25

Cleveland then throws the first of a few curveballs with the selection of Milan Macvan, a Serbian forward who Stu Scott calls a Croatian. (If you don't think that's an important difference, Google some early 90's military history. Bad faux pas from Stu, even if he doesn't know it.) As a documented Macvan fan, I have written of his skills and progression many times, a couple of which can be found by clicking on the emboldened version of his name. Essentially, he is a versatile and highly talented offensive player who just doesn't want it defensively. He's a passer, who can hit some occasional jumpers (albeit while taking too many of them), who posts up well, who has footwork and touch, and who can rebound when he wants to. Macvan has some Motiejunas about him. But he is noticeably shorter than Motiejunas, fatter, far slower, and plays similarly little defense. He is picked here tonight because his talent level is greater than that of someone like Mike Davis or Jamine Peterson, not because he is especially likely to ever join the NBA.

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