Another League Crown For Buducnost



9. Vladimir Mihailovic (Montenegro), 12. Milko Bjelica (Montenegro), 12. Michail Bramos (Greece)
Montenegro international Vladimir Mihailovic had 16 points in the last game of the finals

Buducnost made it six league championships in a row this weekend after blowing out Sutjeska 99-44 to capture the Montenegrin title.

After brushing aside Lovcen 2-0 in the semi-finals, the Podgorica outfit had no problems against Sutjeska.

Buducnost won the opening two games of the series, 101-59 and 80-57.

Even so, before Game 3, Vladimir Mihailovic firmly declared that he and his teammates would not take their opponents lightly.

"Nothing will not be left to chance," he said.

"We'll go into the game with a serious approach and fighting, because we want to celebrate a new title in the domestic championship."

So it proved to be.

Mihailovic led the way with 16 points in Saturday's Game 3.

Led by former Montenegro coach Dejan Radonjic, Buducnost had a great season.

They reached the Eurocup quarter-finals and also made it to the Adriatic League Final Four.


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