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Ranko Žeravica (Serbia)
Born on November Sunday, 1929, in in Novo Milosevo, Serbia.
Nationality:
Serbia

Enshrined as a coach in the FIBA Hall of Fame on September Wednesday, 2007.

Clubs

  • Partizan Belgrade: 1971-1974
  • F.C. Barcelona: 1974-1976
  • Partizan Belgrade: 1976-1978
  • KK Pula: 1978-1980
  • Red Star Belgrade: 1980-1986
  • CAI Zaragoza: 1987-1989
  • Irge Desio: 1989-1990
  • Filodoro Napoli (7 games): 1990-1991
  • Conservas Daroca: 1990-1991
  • Slobodna Dalmacija: 1991-1992 (until October 1991)
  • Onyx Caserta (25 games): 1993-1994
  • Partizan Belgrade: 1995-1996
  • Red Star Belgrade: 1997-1998 (until October 1997)
  • CAI Zaragoza: 2002-2003 (sports director + head coach from 25th February to 19th March 2003)

Club Highlights

  • Champion of the 1978 European Radijov Korac Cup
  • Champion of the 1996 Yugoslavian League

National Team

  • Head coach of the Yugoslavian National Team in 3 Olympic Games (Mexico 1968, Munich 1972 and Moscow 1980), 3 World Championships (Montevideo 1967, Ljubljana 1970 and Colombia 1982) and 3 European Championships (Finland 1967, Italy 1969 and Germany 1971)
  • Olympic Gold medalist in Moscow 1980
  • World Champion in Ljubljana 1970
  • Olympic Silver medalist in Mexico 1968
  • Silver medalist in the 1967 Montevideo World Championship
  • Bronze medalist in the 1982 Colombia World Championship
  • 2 times Silver medalist in the European Championships: Italy 1969 and Germany 1971