|Team: NON-NBA College Team: Radnicki KG|
H: 6' 5"|
W: 190 lbs
(26 Years Old)
Current: SG |
Hometown: Novi Sad, Serbia
Stepping up from his crucial, but secondary role in the U-19 World Championship, Stojacic was the main scoring sidekick for Macvan on the Serbian team this time, a deadly shooter when left open to compliment the spaces generated by his star teammate.
Stojacic is a wing with the size of a shooting guard, but with little of the creative game you often look for in that position. Not a great slasher, he still can attack his match-ups going both ways, looking for the layup or the pull-up jumper, but rarely to dish the ball to an open teammate. His ball-handling skills and first step are somewhat average, while he’s not that prolific in his drives, preferring to fill the shooting role. That’s where he feels at home, delivering his perfectly shaped jumper, a fluid effort that usually ends up with the ball in the net. He was really effective from three-point range, while he showcased his nice ability to pull up off the dribble, always showing remarkable balance on the release.
A nice defender, Stojacic doesn’t save effort on this end and shows solid lateral quickness. Pretty strong for his age and well-built, he’s not a guy who stands out with his athleticism, but he does enjoy enough to get the job done. Obviously, it does limit his future potential, but there’s no reason to think that he can’t become a very solid player on the European scene.
Coming off the bench for Serbia, Stefan Stojacic provided a valuable scoring punch thanks to his shooting stroke, either in spot-up fashion or going off the dribble. Not particularly quick, but a nice defender nevertheless, he might be a bit one dimensional at this point and not particularly tall at 6-5. Still he's very young, having been born in 1989.[Read Full Article]