Buducnost Voli Podgorica will be going into a new year looking for a new head coach as it parted ways with Aleksandar Dzikic, the club announced on Saturday. Until the club decides on the name of the new head coach, assistant Djordje Adzic will be leading the team. Dzikic leaves Buducnost after a year and a half on the bench, and after guiding it to a historic first Adriatic League title last season. That feat earned Buducnost a right to return to the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague after 15 years away. However, the team had its struggles this season, sporting 3-12 record in the EuroLeague, one win above the last place, and shares the second place in the Adriatic League with 8 wins and 4 losses. Still, Buducnost had some memorable performances this season, including making an all-time EuroLeague record 21 three-point shots in Round 7 against KIROLBET Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz. Their next EuroLeague clash in Round 16 takes them on the road at AX Armani Exchange Olimpia Milan.