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Mi?ko Ra?natovi?
Born (1966-09-16) September 16, 1966 (age 52)
Kru?evac, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
ResidenceBelgrade, Serbia
NationalitySerbian
EducationUniversity of Belgrade
OccupationLawyer, Basketball agent
Basketball career
Career information
NBA draft1988 / Undrafted
Playing career1984-2004
Career history
1986-1987Ulcinj
1987-1989Radni?ki Belgrade
00Napredak Kru?evac
00FMP
?-2004Banjica

Miodrag "Mi?ko" Ra?natovi? (Serbian Cyrillic: ? "" ?; born September 16, 1966) is a Serbian lawyer and sports agent and former professional basketball player. He is Chairman, CEO and founder of the BeoBasket agency[1] and the FIBA Certified agent[2] and owns a basketball club Mega Basket that competes in the Basketball League of Serbia and Adriatic League.

As one of the most respected and influential basketball agents in the entire industry, Ra?natovi? negotiated and completed some of the most important deals in Europe over the past decade.[2][3][4]

Playing career

Ra?natovi? played for Napredak Kru?evac, FMP, Radni?ki Belgrade, Ulcinj.[4]

Legal career

Ra?natovi? earned his law degree from the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law in 1988. Four year later he opened his Law Office. In the beginning of he was an attorney of Kristijan Golubovi? and Jadranka ?e?elj among others.[5]

Also, he represented Serbian football manager Radomir Anti? in his late 2009 contract negotiations with Football Association of Serbia (FSS).[6]

Basketball agent

Through his agency, he mostly represents European basketball players and coaches as well as American players playing in Europe. He represents many highest paid European basketball stars in Euroleague. His notable clients include Vassilis Spanoulis, Du?ko Savanovi?, Aleksandar ?apin, Marko Ke?elj, Nihad ?edovi?, Novica Veli?kovi?, Miro Bilan, Maik Zirbes, Léo Westermann, Milenko Tepi?, Aleksandar Ra?i?, Ra?ko Kati?, ?lkan Karaman, Emir Preld?i?, Marko Simonovi?, Andrija ?i?i?, coach Du?an Ivkovi?, etc.[7][2] Ra?natovi? was additionally involved in the Deron Williams' transfer to Be?ikta? during the 2011 NBA lockout.[8]

He represented or represents many former and active NBA players:

Reference

  1. ^ "BeoBasket - About us". beobasket.net. Retrieved 2018.
  2. ^ a b c "BeoBasket (Misko Raznatovic)". hoopsagents.com. Retrieved 2018.
  3. ^ "Impresivna lista ko?arka?a koje zastupa Mi?ko Ra?natovi?". ba.n1info.com. Retrieved 2018.
  4. ^ a b "ARKANOV RO?AK NAJMO?NIJI JE MENAD?ER BALKANA 'Moj ?ti?enik ?ari? sigurno odmah odlazi iz Cibone'". jutarnji.hr. Retrieved 2018.
  5. ^ "Mi?ko Ra?natovi?, advokat i sportski menad?er - ?ovek koji je udomio 700 ko?arka?a!". ekapija.com. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ "Turci nudili Anti?u ?etiri puta vi?e para". politika.rs. Retrieved 2018.
  7. ^ "Misko Raznatovic Client List". realgm.com. Retrieved 2018.
  8. ^ Nets Star Has Deal to Play in Turkey;The New York Times, 7 July 2011

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