Vladimir MICOV

Small Forward
Born in Belgrado (Serbia) on 16/4/1985

 

Vladimir Micov came to Milan during the summer of 2017 coming from Galatasaray Istanbul. He’s the All-time Olimpia’s leading scorer in the EuroLeague, and the first for games played.
2020/21 SEASON – He helped the team win the Supercup, his second in Milan. He was a member of 2021 Italian Cup winning team. During the home game vs Brindisi, he reached and surpassed the 1.000 points scored for Olimpia in the Italian league. He also appeared in his 100th EuroLeague game for Olimpia.

2019/20 SEASON – He surpassed 400 assists for his EuroLeague career during the win over Fenerbahce. He surpassed 600 rebounds for his EuroLeague career during the win over FC Barcelona. During the game with Efes he passed the 2,000 points scored in his career. During the game against Berlin in Milan, he surpassed 300 threes made for his career. He had a sreak of 20 free throws made in a row. Meanwhile, he has become the first scorer ever in the EuroLeague of Olimpia surpassing 800 points. In Venezia, he made the winning three-pointer with 4 seconds left in the game. Against Cremona, he made the corner three to win the game with one second left in the game. He made the winning three-pointer with the time expiring in Valencia too.

2018/19 SEASON – He scored 17 points in the Supercup final over Turin leading Milan to the win. He was named the Tournament MVP. During the EuroLeague season, he set his personal best for defensive rebounds in a game (7) in Tel Aviv. He averaged 13.9 points per game, a personal best, and finished 7th overall. He was also second for minutes played (939, 31.1 per game); he scored 418 points, the third best for an Olimpia player after Mike James (2018/19) and Keith Langford (2013/14). He also made 400 two-pointers for his career and grabbed 500 rebounds.

2017/18 SEASON – Against Trento, he scored 28 points setting his new personal best that improved the 21 points he had while playing in Cantù against Sassari in 2012. He also set his new personal best in EuroLeague scoring 27 points against Valencia. In that game he had 34 of index rating, another personal best and the fourth most ever by an Olimpia player. During that game he also made seven threes, a personal best and the second most made by an Olimpia player behind Linas Kleiza’s record of eight. Micov had at least one made three in 14 consecutive games. He helped the team in its Supercup and Italian league title.

His career

Born in Belgrade on April 16, 1985, Micov grew up with the Beopetrol Belgrade junior teams. During rhe early part of his career he played flr several teams: Nova Pazova, OKK Belgrade, Buducnost during two different periods winning two Montenegro titles, Partizan where he won a Serbian championship.

In March 2009 when he was with Buducnost he was traded to Panionios Athens and finished the season there. He then moved to Spain in Vitoria but in March 2009 he left to sign for Cantù making his Italian league debut. He stayed in Cantù until the end of the 2011/12 season.

He signed for CSKA Moscow after that and spent there two seasons winning one Russian championship, two VTB Leagues and making two trips to the EuroLeague Final Four (he averaged 7.7 points per game shooting 42.3% from three in his first season; he scored 7.6 points per game the following year, but he converted 48.8% of his threes).

He also spent the last three season with Galatasaray Istanbul. He helped the team win the Eurocup and was names in the All-Eurocup first team (12.9 points per game, 42/48 from the line).

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