He had his national team debut back in 2008, and made one appearance at EuroBasket 2011, but it was not until last summer that Milan Milosevic jumped into a more significant role as a starter at the small forward position with Bosnia and Herzegovina. The veteran forward took advantage of the trust he was given, displaying his great rebounding skills under new head coach Dusko Ivanovic. Bosnia and Herzegovina was the best rebounding team in the 2nd Qualification Round, and Milosevic was one of the crucial pieces in solidifying the frontline and protecting the glass. In two key games, home wins against Great Britain and Iceland, Milosevic combined for a massive 19 rebounds, helping the team to qualify for EuroBasket 2015 with a game to spare. That ability to pull down rebounds could have Milosevic seeing a lot of minutes on the floor this September.