Team 2012-13: Khimik Yuzhne (Ukraine-Superleague)
Career: Bosna Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina-D1, 2005-10); Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-1A, 2010-11); Bosna Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina-D1, 2011); Budivelnik Kyiv (Ukraine-Superleague, 2011-12); Khimik Yuzhne (Ukraine-Superleague, 2012-13)
The elder part of the Sehovic brother act, Suad left his native Montenegro as a teenager to pursue a basketball career at one of the best-known clubs in former Yugoslav territory, Bosna Sarajevo. Fundamentally sound, equipped with a good shooting touch and willing to do the dirty work, Sehovic can play the two and three spots equally well, offering his coach variety in the rotations. The swingman suffered a severe setback to his career three years ago, missing almost the entire 2010-11 season due to a knee injury. Spending the past two seasons in Ukraine, the 26-year-old has now returned to full strength and played a significant role on the Montenegrin team last summer, finishing the Qualification Round as the third-best scorer and third-best rebounder on the team.