Club Team 2012-13: ZVVZ USK Prague (Czech Republic-ZBL)
Career: Buducnost Podgorica (Serbia & Montenegro-1A, 2002-06), Ros Casares (Spain-LF, 2006), Rivas Ecopolis (Spain-LF, 2006-10), Tarbes GB (France-LFB, 2010-11), Buducnost Podgorica (Montenegro-Superleague, 2011), Rivas Ecopolis (Spain-LF, 2011-12), ZVVZ USK Prague (Czech Republic-ZBL, 2012-13)
The forward always saves her very best performances for when she steps out for her country and at EuroBasket Women 2011, she grabbed three double-doubles - the only player to achieve that feat at the tournament. Hugely influential, Dubljevic can score, rebound and always has a great eye for a killer pass, leading her team in assists two years ago. She was the second top scorer for the team in Poland and it was the same case in qualification for France. She is a very smooth player with a nice touch and willing to put up shots from behind the three-point line. However, she had to spend a lot of time on the bench at ZVVZ USK Prague last season in a campaign when back spasms caused some issues. It was her fourth campaign playing at the highest level in EuroLeague Women. She is a very aggressive player who is not afraid to get physical and shows her commitment in loose ball situations, whilst not always receiving credit for her defensive skills.