Professional Team: Vanoli Cremona
Classification: International ’97
Projected Draft Range: Likely Undrafted
Excels at scoring on the move
Adequate scorer off the dribble
Very good playmaker that sees the floor well
Very good rebounder
Adept at collecting steals and blocks
Rock solid motor
Smart player that has a good feel for the game
Needs to improve his shooting
Below average free throw shooter
Does not draw enough free throws
Can be prone to hoisting up questionable shots
May need to tweak his shooting mechanics
Can be a bit turnover prone
Struggles to guard quicker players
Not an elite athlete
Relies too much on overpowering his opponents
Vojislav Stojanovic is a smart, skilled point forward that may have an array of skills that could end up being useful in the league. He is a good facilitator and rebounder, and he is an unselfish player that will do team things when he is on the court.
But this season started out pretty rough for Stojanovic, as he experienced unexpected turmoil that could seriously damage his chances to get drafted this year. What was especially bizarre, was that despite being quite productive overseas, especially for a player his age last year, as he averaged roughly 11 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists in the Italian League, he ended up being waived by Fiat Torino because Larry Brown did not want him on the roster.
As for the time being, he will need to improve his jump shot and defensive skills. Still, Stojanovic is a tall facilitator whose versatility could make him an option for NBA teams to select in the late second round portion of the draft.