Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Spartak announced Goran Suton
Born in 1985 in Sarajevo, Goran soon moved with his family to the Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A. Suton learnt to play basketball in the Everett school, Magic Johnson’s alma mater. Becoming a star in the team, Spartak’s new player transferred to student basketball and played in Michigan State.
In the season 2008-2009 Goran played 33 games, scoring 10.1 points in each game on the average, performing 8.2 rebounds, and demonstrating the following hit ratio: playing shots – 52.1%, three-point shots – 43.8%, foul shots – 84.8%. This year Suton was drafted by the NBA team Utah Jazz in the second round, participated in the Summer League in Orlando, and spent a pre-season training with the team. Last season his Michigan achieved the final of NCAA.
‘Goran Suton is an intelligent basketball player. He can hand over a pass, execute a half-court, excellently reads the game, having enough time therewith for a rebound. Goran has a good middle and long shot. He performed excellently in the NCAA’s Final of Eight’, such is the opinion of the red-and-whites’ experts on the newcomer.
source : bc-spartak.ru
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