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ASM Basketball names new coach

ASM Basketball names new coach

By Staff Writer - February 26, 2019

Serbian Sasa Obradovic has officially taken over as the new head coach of ASM Basketball. The team made the announcement on Monday, with both sides willing for a long term cooperation.

Obradovic on court
This will be Obradovic’s first time coaching in France. Photo: ASM Basket Twitter

The 50-year-old coach spent the previous two seasons in Lokomotiv Kuban’s bench and parted ways with the Russian club four months ago. He’s been a free agent since.

Obradovic was named head coach of the year for the 2017/2018 EuroCup, and this will be his first time coaching in France, although as a player he had a stint with Limoges early in his career.

Obradovic replaces Saso Filipovski and follows the team’s loss to Lietuvos Rytas in a do-or-die EuroCup game and elimination from the competition’s quarterfinals.

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