Club Team 2012-13: ZVVZ USK Prague (Czech Republic-ZBL)
Career: Buducnost Podgorica (Serbia & Montenegro-1A, 2001-04), Wisla Can-Pack (Poland-PLKK, 2004-09), Frisco Sika Brno (Czech Republic-ZBL, 2009-11), Sparta&K M.R. Vidnoje (Russia-Premier League, 2011-12), ZVVZ USK Prague (Czech Republic-ZBL, 2012-13)
Having represented Serbia and also Serbia and Montenegro, the 32-year-old playmaker finally got the proud chance to represent Montenegro and lead them to historic successes by directing traffic on the court. One of the most experienced and recognisable point guards in European basketball, Skerovic has played for a host of top clubs, competing in EuroLeague Women for over a decade. She shows little sign of slowing down, having finished last summers' qualification campaign with more assists than any other player, dishing up a magnificent 6.1-per-game which highlights both her importance and level of experience she brings to the table. With great anticipation, Skerovic rebounds very well for her position and also has a reasonable three-point threat. Not one of the best around by any means, but enough to command respect from those guarding her. She is the lungs and floor general who sets the tempo and when she is on fire, the teams tends to follow her lead.