Cedevita Zagreb (Croatia-A-1)Career:
Partizan Belgrade (Serbia-Superleague, 1998-2000); Antalyaspor Antbirlik (Turkey-TBL, 2000-2001); Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-1A, 2001-2003); FC Barcelona (Spain-ACB, 2003-05); Lottomatica Roma (Italy-Lega, 2005-07); Virtus Bologna (Italy-Lega , 2007); Montepaschi Siena (Italy-Lega, 2007-08); Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-SKL, 2008-09); Tau Ceramica (Spain-ACB, 2009); Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-SKL, 2009-11); Anadolu Efes Istanbul (Turkey-TBL, 2011); Lokomotiv-Kuban Krasnodar (Russia-PBL, 2011-12); Cedevita Zagreb (Croatia-A-1, 2012-13)
Vlado Ilievski's club career might have taken a downwards spin in the past couple of seasons, but he is always there when it comes to the national team. Ilievski is not a player who catches the eye with some amazing skill but he is very consistent in everything he's doing and is the type of a guard a lot of coaches would like to have. He controls the game calmly and is the perfect conductor of putting a coach's ideas into play on the court. He will always be a hero in his country after hitting the three-pointer that won the quarter-final against EuroBasket hosts Lithuania two years ago. He brings a lot of experience to his team, having played in almost every top European league. Ilievski originally played at his first EuroBasket tournament back in 1999 as a teenager.