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Predrag Drobnjak
Position Forward–Center
Height 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
Weight 270 lb (120 kg)
League Greek League
Team PAOK
Born October 27, 1975 (1975-10-27) (age 34)
Bijelo Polje, SR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia
Nationality Montenegrin
Draft 2nd round, 49th overall, 1997
Washington Bullets
Pro career 1992–present
Former teams Partizan Belgrade (1992–98)
Efes Pilsen (1998–01)
Seattle SuperSonics (2001–03)
Los Angeles Clippers (2003–04)
Atlanta Hawks (2004–05)
TAU Cerámica (2005–06)
Partizan Belgrade (2006–07)
Akasvayu Girona (2007)
Beşiktaş Cola Turka (2008)
Efes Pilsen (2008–09)

Predrag "Pedja" Drobnjak (Montenegrin : Предраг Дробњак) (born October 27, 1975) is a Montenegrin professional basketball player. Drobnjak was born in Bijelo Polje, SR Montenegro, SFR Yugoslavia (present-day Montenegro). During his career, he played professionally in the NBA.

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Pro career

Drobnjak was a second-round draft choice of the Washington Bullets[1] in the 1997 NBA Draft. During his time in the NBA, Drobnjak played two seasons for the Seattle SuperSonics, one season for Los Angeles Clippers, and one season for Atlanta Hawks. In 2004, the Clippers made him available for selection by the Charlotte Bobcats in the expansion draft. After his selection by the Bobcats, he was subsequently traded to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for a 2005 second-round draft pick before playing a game for Charlotte.

In July 2005, he signed a three-year contract with Spanish ACB League team TAU Cerámica,[2] but he was released only a year after, which followed by his signing a one-year contract with his old Adriatic League club, Partizan Belgrade.

National team

Medal record
Competitor for  Yugoslavia
World Championships
Gold 1998 Athens National Team
Gold 2002 Indianapolis National Team
European Championships
Gold 2001 Turkey National Team

Drobnjak won gold medals at both the 1998 and 2002 FIBA World Championship, and he also won the gold medal at the 2001 European Championship, while playing with the Yugoslavian national team.

Notes

  1. ^ Profil on NBA.com
  2. ^ Drobnjak signs contract with Tau Ceramica

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