This weekend the Final 8 round of the Adriatic league took place in Belgrade, where the experienced but draft prospect-less team Hemofarm won its first trophy ever in their history. They beat Partizan in their own hall in front of many NBA scouts. This was probably the most interesting tournament outside the U.S. this year in terms of NBA prospects, and it would be very surprising if every NBA team wasn't represented in one way or another. All the NBA prospects in attendance got at least some playing time, and DraftExpress is here to tell you how they looked.
Strengths Radivojevic is fairly athletic player with good footspeed, but what makes him better then most young European guards is his aggressiveness and competitiveness.
Vuk is overall a decent athlete with nice defensive footwork, good size and a very solid first step. He uses his quickness very well on offense while driving to the basket.
Offensively, he scores most of his points when beating his defender off the dribble. He is a pretty effective penetrator and gets to the foul line quite often. He posseses very solid court vision and passing abilities. Radivojevic has good handles with both hands and is solid decision maker.
Currently his main strength is his defense. He is extremely aggressive on the defensive end of the floor and always give 100%. He really knows how to frustrate his opponents and plays hard, often committing some very hard, but useful fouls. He posses nice footwork and is capable of defending some smaller and quicker players. He is also good a rebounder for guard.
Vuk is a mentally strong player who loves to take responsibility when the game is on the line. Because of his attitude and aggressiveness, he is fan favorite.