KK Krka, Novo Mesto

Beginnings

BeginningsSince the club for decades did not compete at the highest level, it is not the best known fact that Krka as a club has a truly long lasting tradition. In 1948 the club, that until the 1990's competed in the lower divisions, was founded in Novo mesto.

Glory Days

Glory DaysThe outburst of quality basketball was seen in Novo mesto in 2000, when Krka, led by excellent, back then still youngsters, Simon Petrov and Matjaž Smodiš, has become the first team to remove Union Olimpija from Slovenian championship throne. Later they competed at the highest European club level – Suproleague and Euroleague. However, the greatest success for Novo mesto basketball came in 2011, when led by head coach Aleksandar Džikić, Krka climbed on top of EuroChallenge cup and became the champion of this European club competition. The same season Krka also reached the ABA League Final Four tournament. The club has also established itself at the top of domestic scene lately, as they have won no less than 7 national championship trophies since 2000. In 2018 the side, led by Simon Petrov won the ABA League 2 in the first edition of the ABA League 2.

Club Information

Župančičevo sprehajališče 1, 8000 Novo Mesto, Slovenia SHOW MAP
info@basketkrka.si
+386 7 39 39 550
+386 39 39 552
+386 7 39 39 555

Administration

President:Andraž Šuštarič
General Manager:Jure Balažić

Venue

ŠD Leona Štuklja Novo Mesto
Šegova ulica 112, 8000 Novo Mesto, Slovenia SHOW MAP

Trophy Case

ABA League 2

2018

Eurochallenge Cup

2011

Slovenian League

2000, 2003, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014

Slovenian Cup

2014, 2015, 2016

Slovenian Supercup

2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016

Club Transfers

Players left Season 2020/21

Marko Jošilo (Igokea)
Jure Balažić (retired)
Žiga Fifolt (Leuven Bears)
Glenn Cosey
Jakov Stipaničev (Zlatorog)
Paolo Marinelli
Muhamed Pašalić
Dalibor Đapa
Ivan Ramljak
Jairus Lyles

Players arrived Season 2020/21

Nejc Barič (Koper Primorska)
Jan Kosi (Koper Primorska)
Jan Rebec (Šentjur)
Jairus Lyles (Löwen Braunschweig)
Adin Vrabac (Spars Realway)
Rod Camphor (Rosa Radom)
Jure Škifić (Saint-Chamond)
Rok Stipčević (Fortitudo Bologna)
Milan Milovanović (Legia Warsaw)
Vasilije Vučetić (Penas Huesca)

Team Roster, Season 2015/16

# Name Position Height Date of Birth Nationality

Club Statistics

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Game Stats

overall FG2 FG3 FT Rebs Blck Foul
Pts % M A % M A % M A % D O Ass St To Fv Ag Cm Rv Val

FG2, FG3 - Field Goals

M - Made

Ag - Against

Rebs - Rebounds

St - Steals

FT - Free Throws

A - Attempted

Foul - Foul

D - Defensive

To - Turnover

Min - Minutes

Blck - Blocks

Cm - Committed

O - Offensive

Val - Index Value

Pts - Points

Fv - in Favoure of

Rv - Received

Ass - Assists

W - Won, L - Lost