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|Born||November 18, 1966|
Zenica, SR Bosnia-Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia
|Listed height||2.08 m (6 ft 10 in)|
|Listed weight||116 kg (256 lb)|
|NBA draft||1988 / Undrafted|
|1991–1993||FC Barcelona Banca Catalana|
|1995–1996||Real Madrid Teka|
|Career highlights and awards|
Savić made first career steps as a basketball player with Čelik in the First League of Yugoslavia. In 1990 and 1991, he played with Jugoplastika in Split, winning the Triple crown (both the Yugoslav league title, the Yugoslav Cup and the FIBA European Champions Cup (now known as the EuroLeague), in each of those two years. In 1991, he left Yugoslavia and Pop 84, and signed with FC Barcelona, where he spent a couple of seasons with them playing in Spain's Liga ACB. In 1993, he reached with FC Barcelona, the semifinals of the FIBA Korać Cup, where they were eliminated by Virtus Roma and Dino Rađja.
Savić then became a member of PAOK Bravo in Greece. With PAOK, he won the FIBA Korać Cup in 1994, against Stefanel Trieste, and the Greek Cup against Chipita Panionios, in 1995. He then spent a year with the Spanish club Real Madrid, before settling in Italy, with Kinder Bologna, in 1996.
With Kinder Bologna, he won the Italian Cup in 1997, and the Italian LBA League championship, as well as the EuroLeague, in 1998. He was awarded with the EuroLeague Final Four MVP award of the 1998 EuroLeague Final Four. In the summer of 1998, he moved to the Turkish club Efes Pilsen, of Istanbul, and with them he won the Turkish Supercup.
National team careerEdit
Internationally, Zoran Savić won gold medals with Yugoslavia at the 1990 edition of the FIBA World Cup, and during the 1991, 1995, and 1997 editions of the EuroBasket. He was also a part of Yugoslavia's silver medal team at the 1996 Summer Olympics, in Atlanta.
After retiring from playing at Fortitudo Bologna in 2002, Savić became part of the club's management. He spent three years as the team's general manager. From 2005 until 2008, he was the general manager of FC Barcelona Bàsquet. From 2008 to 2009, he managed Fortitudo.
He then became a sports agent, founding Invictus Sports Group.