Vujanic goes from Greens to Dynamo

Nov 26, 2007 by Print
Milos Vujanic - Panathinaikos A reigning Euroleague champ will try his luck in the ULEB Cup for the first time after the announcement on Monday that playmaker Milos Vujanic is leaving Panathinaikos of Greece for Dynamo Moscow. A former Euroleague scoring champion, Vujanic (190, 27) was released by Panathinaikos on Monday and announced as Dynamo's newest player, with a contract for the remainder of the season. Vujanic averaged 3 points in 2 Euroleague games this season coming off the crowded Panathinaikos bench. Last season, Vujanic helped Panathinaikos to win a triple crown: The Euroleague, Greek League and Greek Cup. He was crucial to the continental title, coming off the bench for 12 points in 18 minutes in the title game against CSKA Moscow. Vujanic has also played for FC Barcelona in Spain, Fortitudo Bologna in Italy, as well as for Red Star and Partizan in Serbia. He was the 2002-03 Euroleague regular season top scorer with 25.8 points per game for Partizan. Vujanic has also won the 2005 Italian League title and reached the 2004 Euroleague final with Fortitudo and lifted consecutive Yugoslavian League trophies with Partizan in 2002 and 2003. He was also a world champion with the Yugoslavian national team in 2002.