Team 2012-13: Partizan Galenika (Serbia-1ZLS, 2009-13)
Career: Usce Belgrade (Serbia-1ZLS, 2004-07), Hemofarm Vrsac (Serbia-1ZLS, 2008-09), Partizan Galenika (Serbia-1ZLS, 2009-13)
There is little doubt that having not played last summer, Butulija is a great option for Coach Maljkovic since she really is a do-it-all guard who can have a big influence in so many different facets of the game. She is a player capable of putting double digit scores on the board on a regular basis and can go off in any specific game, as evidenced by her 28-point haul last season for Partizan Galenika against eventual EuroCup Women champions Dynamo Moscow. She can naturally shoot the ball from downtown but is also adept at finishing around the basket if she is able to penetrate, as well as having an effective mid-range game. She is the type of player who is always in the game, rarely disappearing and always having an influence. She rebounds, dishes up assists and also has pretty quick hands, which regularly produce steals and subsequent scores in transition. She has never played with the senior team, so this could be a potential major tournament debut.