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Dejan Bodiroga: Quiz

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Question 1: In 1996-97, Bodiroga joined Real Madrid after an offer of $1 million per season, and teaming up with coach ________, whom he knew well from his national team stints.
Dejan BodirogaFragiskos AlvertisŽeljko ObradovićPredrag Danilović

Question 2: [9] On July 13, 2003, Bodiroga married his long-time fiancée Ivana Medić in ________'s Saborna crkva (one of the most significant Serbian Orthodox Cathedrals).
ZemunSmederevoBelgradeNovi Sad

Question 3: In 2001, Panathinaikos again won the Greek Championship and also reached the Suproleague final in ________.
ParisVersaillesÉvry, EssonneMarseille

Question 4: In 1994/95, Olimpia reached the ________ final, with players that also reached it the previous year in Trieste.
Korać CupPAOK Thessaloniki B.C.Saporta CupLiga ACB

Question 5: FIBA World Championship: 2 Gold medals - ________, 2002 FIBA World Championship
2006 FIBA World Championship1998 FIBA World ChampionshipUnited States men's national basketball team1990 FIBA World Championship

Question 6: As such, Bodiroga was the final piece of the jigsaw puzzle that already included Dino Radja, ________ and coach Slobodan Subotic.
Panagiotis GiannakisŽeljko ObradovićDejan BodirogaFragiskos Alvertis

Question 7: During the playoffs, they beat Virtus 3-1 in the semi-finals (Danilovic left for the ________ in the summer), and Teamsystem Bologna led by Myers, Djordjevic and Alessandro Frosini.
Florida PanthersOrlando MagicMiami HeatFlorida Marlins

Question 8: ________ Final MVP: 2002
1994 FIBA World Championship1990 FIBA World Championship2006 FIBA World Championship2002 FIBA World Championship

Question 9: ________: 3 Gold medals - Eurobasket 1995, Eurobasket 1997, Eurobasket 2001
EuroBasket 2009 qualificationEuroBasketGreece national basketball teamTurkey national basketball team

Question 10: In 2005-06, Bodiroga came back to the Italian League, this time with Virtus Roma, re-joining coach Pešić, as the team played in the ________.
A1 EthnikiEuroChallengeULEB EurocupULEB Cup 2003–04







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