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Zoran Planinic - SG/SF, 6'7, 200
Retired - Retired after 2015 season
       Date of birth: 09/12/1982
       Country: Croatia/Bosnia & H
     Drafted (NBA): 22nd pick, 2003
     Out of: Cibona Zagreb (Croatia)
  NBA Experience: 3 years
  Hand: Right

From blog:

   2010 Summer Signings, Part 4

Not everyone is suffering, though. Khimki have taken advantage of the situation by signing ex-Blazers forward Sergei Monia from cash strapped rivals Dynamo Moscow, and have also signed ex-Nets guard Zoran Planinic from the other Moscow team, CSKA. CSKA can probably afford to spare Planinic; they have made 8 consecutive Euroleague Final Fours, and danced their way to a Russian Superleague title, going unbeaten throughout the postseason (beating Khimky in the final). It is not immediately official who the two replace in Khimky, but one of the team's Spanish national team point guards (Raul Lopez and Carlos Cabezas) figures to go, and it will probably be Cabezas.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 51

- Zoran Planinic

After leaving the Nets, Planinic spent two seasons with Tau Ceramica in Spain, but has since been with CSKA Moscow. He gets to play point guard there, and Zoran Planinic with the ball in his hands is of much more use than Zoran Planinic without it. On the season Planinic has averaged 21 minutes, 7.9 points, 2.2 assists and 2.7 rebounds per game in the Euroleague, 24.1/8.8/3.5/2.6 in the Russian Superleague, and 23.6/11.8/3.1/3.8 in the VTB United League. He recently had his own segment on Eurosport news, which means he's now officially made it.

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