: Celik II (Bosnia & Herzegovina, 2002-03); Verviers-Pepinster (Belgium-D1, 2003-05); Real Madrid (Spain-ACB, 2005-07); Koln 99ers (Germany-BBL, 2007-08); Burgos (Spain-LEB, 2008-09); Unicaja Malaga (Spain-ACB, 2009); CB Axarquia (Spain-LEB, 2009-11); Unicaja Malaga (Spain-ACB, 2011-12); Valladolid (Spain-ACB, 2012-13)
A late bloomer of all sorts, Sinanovic put on the jersey of his native country for the first time last summer in the Qualification Round at the age of 29. He started playing basketball at the end of his teenage years, and was a late second round NBA Draft pick in 2003. But Sinanovic has never played professional basketball in Bosnia and Herzegovina nor the NBA, spending most of his career in Spain, including significant time with European giants Real Madrid and Unicaja Malaga. Due to his height, it is no surprise Sinanovic lacks mobility. But, the big fellow is a very good shooter for his size, and on the national team he has proved himself as a true intimidator and a rim protector on the defensive end. Sinanovic usually finishes around the basket with high efficiency, and is able to control the paint when he stays out of foul trouble.