CAI Zaragoza (Spain-ACB)Career:
Zrinjevac Zagreb (Croatia-A1, 2003-04); BC Oostende (Belgium-D1, 2004-06); KK Split (Croatia-A1, 2006-08); Union Olimpia Ljubljana (Slovenia- SKL, 2008-09); Cedevita Zagreb (Croatia-A1, 2009-11); Cibona Zagreb (Croatia-A1, 2011-12); CAI Zaragoza (Spain-ACB, 2012-13)
A highly promising junior prospect in his teens, Rudez left his native country early, but blossomed only after he returned home and joined KK Split in 2006. His performances led him to a place on the 2008 Olympic team where he made his national team debut, but it took him three more years to return to the squad. A zero-point outing during three games at EuroBasket 2011 just shows the lack of consistency that has kept Rudez from even bigger roles, and minutes with the national team. However, with his speed, size to play both forward positions and help on the boards, as well as dedication to improve his game, Rudez developed into a dangerous shooting threat from the wings that can be an important asset to coach Repesa's team.