March 19, 2013
Milos Vujanic - The future of the Knicks suffered a serious injury last season and decided to retire. He became an assistant coach at Partizan Belgrade, but left in January citing personal commitments.
April 2, 2011
Milos Vujanic (36th pick, 2002)
- The future of the Knicks is now 30 years old, and past his best. After ranking third in scoring and first in turnovers in the ACB last season, Vujanic moved to Greece this summer to play for Panionios. He played in 10 games, averaging 12.9 points and 2.3 assists, but then broke his leg in the first quarter of the 11th game and has been out since. Vujanic's quality is still apparent, even now that he's firmly into the second half of his career. But the NBA window is shot. We'll leave his role as a big point/combo guard up to guys like Jrue Holiday and Kirk Hinrich instead.
Chances of making the NBA expressed as an arbitrary percentage: 0%
May 28, 2010
- Milos Vujanic
The future of the Knicks, Milos Vujanic, led Spain in turnovers this year. Spending the season with C.B. Murcia, Vujanic averaged 17.7 points, 2.4 assists and 3.9 turnovers per game, and was unable to prevent them from being relegated to the LEB Gold for next season. But this probably has more to do with the fact that the team had no other double digit scorers than it did with Vujanic's turnover problem.
If the Knicks come out of this summer still needing a point guard, the Suns will probably renounce Vujanic's draft rights if you ask nicely.