Jasmin Repeša (born 1 June 1961) is a Croatian professional basketball coach and former player.
Repeša with Croatia in 2012
|Born||1 June 1961|
Čapljina, PR Bosnia and Herzegovina, FPR Yugoslavia
|2015–2017||Emporio Armani Milano|
|Career highlights and awards|
Repeša has won numerous pro club competitions during his head coaching career, and he was also a somewhat successful basketball player during his youth, while playing for KK Čapljina early on in his basketball career.
Repeša was a basketball player for his hometown team KK Čapljina during 1980s.
In 2013 he was named the new head coach of Croatian League club Cedevita Zagreb, where his son Dino was the assistant coach. Cedevita won 2014–15 A-1 League and 2015–16 A-1 League. Also, Cedevita played semifinal of 2014–15 ABA League playoffs. In 2015, because health problems, he left Cedevita, which was taken by his assistant Veljko Mršić.
On 30 December 2018, he was confirmed as a new head coach of Budućnost VOLI, succeeding Aleksandar Džikić on that position. He resigned in April 2019, after a loss in the 2019 ABA League Finals.
National teams careerEdit
Croatia national teamEdit
Repeša coached Croatia national basketball team two times, from 2005 to 2009 and from 2012 to 2014. On the EuroBasket 2013 Croatia won 4th place, but on the 2014 World Cup Croatia was eliminated in the round of sixteen and Repeša was sacked.
Bosnia and Herzegovina national teamEdit
|G||Games coached||W||Games won||L||Games lost||W–L %||Win-loss %|
Note: The EuroLeague is not the only competition in which the team played during the season. He also coached in domestic competition, and regional competition if applicable.
|Cibona||1995–96||16||8||8||.500||Eliminated in group stage|
|1996–97||29||17||12||.586||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|Tofaş||1999–00||26||12||14||.462||Eliminated in group stage|
|Split||2000–01||23||15||8||.652||Eliminated in quarterfinal stage|
|Cibona||2001–02||8||3||5||.375||Eliminated in regular season|
|Fortitudo Bologna||2002–03||16||9||7||.563||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|2003–04||22||14||8||.636||Lost in the final game|
|2004–05||20||16||4||.800||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|2005–06||20||12||8||.600||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|Virtus Roma||2006–07||20||7||13||.350||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|2007–08||20||8||12||.400||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|Unicaja||2012–13||24||15||9||.625||Eliminated in Top 16 stage|
|Cedevita||2014–15||10||3||7||.300||Eliminated in regular season|
|Olimpia Milano||2015–16||10||3||7||.300||Eliminated in regular season|
|2016–17||30||8||22||.267||Eliminated in regular season|
|Budućnost||2018–19||15||3||12||.200||Eliminated in regular season|
- ""Lavoro e impegno": ecco Jasmin Repesa". olimpiamilano.com (in Italian). 26 June 2015. Retrieved 27 June 2015.
- "Repeša stigao u Podgoricu, debi protiv Armanija". www.vijesti.me (in Montenegrin). 30 December 2018. Retrieved 30 December 2018.
- "BUDUĆNOST OSTALA BEZ TRENERA: Repeša podneo ostavku". novosti.rs. Retrieved 23 April 2019.
- Jasmin Repeša at euroleague.net