Kukoc articles on Wikipedia
Kukoč is a Croatian language surname. Notable people with the surname include: Toni Kukoč (born 1968), Croatian basketball player who played in the National
Oct 4th 2013

Toni Kukoč
Toni Kukoč (pronounced [kukotʃ]; born September 18, 1968) is a Croatian retired professional basketball player who is currently Special Advisor to Jerry
Apr 22nd 2017

Vedran Kukoč
Vedran Kukoč (born 26 January 1976 in Split), is a Croatian professional football player currently not attached to a club. His last team was Malaysian
Jan 31st 2017

Tonći Kukoč
Tonći Kukoč-Petraello (born 25 September 1990) is a Croatian football defender, currently playing for Zrinjski. He is the nephew of the former NBA player
May 27th 2017

1990–91 Yugoslav First Basketball League
The winning roster of Pop 84: Zoran Sretenović Velimir Perasović Toni Kukoč Petar Naumoski Edi Vulić Velibor Radović Zoran Savić Aramis Naglić
Apr 27th 2017

1993 FIBA European League Final Four
was the European champion. Final Four 1993 MVP: Toni Kukoč (Benetton Treviso) FIBA Europe-European Championship 1992-93 Athens 1993:
Apr 17th 2017

1990 FIBA European Champions Cup Final Four
Barcelona in the final game. 1990 Final Four MVP: Toni Kukoč Zaragoza 1990: Jugoplastika did it again; EuroLeague---1989EuroLeague 1989–90 EuroLeague
Apr 19th 2017

1991 FIBA European Champions Cup Final Four
Barcelona in the final game. 1991 Final Four MVP: Toni Kukoč Paris 1991: a three-peat for the record books; EuroLeague---1990EuroLeague 1990–91 EuroLeague
May 16th 2017

1989–90 FIBA European Champions Cup
at Pabellon Principe Felipe, Zaragoza, Spain, on 17–19 April 1990. Toni Kukoč was named Final Four MVP. 27 teams (European national domestic league
Apr 14th 2017

Mr. Europa
twenty-nine years before the official FIBA award. Croatian small forward Toni Kukoč, holds the record for most wins with four, three of them being consecutive
May 22nd 2017

1989 FIBA European Champions Cup Final Four
after defeating Maccabi Elite in the final game. 1989 Final Four MVP: Toni Kukoč 1988–89 EuroLeague at FIBAEurope.com Linguasport
Apr 20th 2017

Dimitar Angelov
the Bulgarian League. He is known as the Bulgarian Kukoc, due to similar style of play with Toni Kukoc. He played in two European Basketball Championships
Apr 4th 2017

KK Split
second half, but Kukoć buried a couple of critical three-pointers, that sent Jugoplastika on its way to its second straight title. Kukoć finished the game
May 5th 2017

1990–91 FIBA European Champions Cup
Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy, Bercy, Paris, on 16–18 April 1991. Toni Kukoč was named Final Four MVP for the second straight year. This season of the
Apr 14th 2017

Martino Borghese
was signed by Calcio Como. In 2016, he was signed by Livorno with Tonći Kukoč moved to opposite direction. Esclusiva: Borghese definitivo al Bari;
Apr 19th 2017

Yugoslavia national basketball team
Toni Kukoč – 1990 FIBA EuroBasket MVP Radivoj Korać – 1961 Kresimir Ćosić – 1971, 1975 Drazen Dalipagić – 1977 Drazen Petrović – 1989 Toni Kukoč – 1991
May 11th 2017

NBA Sixth Man of the Year Award
honors in their career. Manu Ginobili, Schrempf, Leandro Barbosa, Toni Kukoč and Ben Gordon are the only award winners not born in the United States
May 17th 2017

seasons. Kukoč (1996, 1998), Nowitzki (2011), Parker (2007) and Gasol Pau Gasol (2009–10) all won NBA titles in their Euroscar-winning years; Kukoč and Gasol
Apr 2nd 2017

1989–90 Yugoslav First Basketball League
winning roster of Jugoplastika: Zoran Sretenović Velimir Perasović Toni Kukoč Petar Naumoski Zoran Savić Goran Sobin Velibor Radović Aramis Naglić
Apr 6th 2017

1987–88 First Federal Basketball League
Jugoplastika: Zoran Sretenović Velimir Perasović Vladan Alanović Toni Kukoč Goran Sobin Zeljko Poljak Ivica Burić Zan Tabak Dusko Ivanović Dino
May 5th 2017

1990 FIBA World Championship
Oscar Schmidt (Brazil) Toni Kukoč (Yugoslavia) Vlade Divac (Yugoslavia) Kenny Anderson (USA) Fico Lopez (Puerto
Apr 19th 2017

1988–89 Yugoslav First Basketball League
winning roster of Jugoplastika: Zoran Sretenović Velimir Perasović Toni Kukoč Goran Sobin Ivica Burić Zan Tabak Dusko Ivanović Dino Rađa Petar Vučica
Apr 6th 2017

2001–02 Atlanta Hawks season
in the Central Division with a 33–49 record. Following the season, Toni Kukoč was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks, and Vaughn signed with the Orlando Magic
Apr 20th 2017

EuroBasket 1991
defeating hosts Italy with a 88–73 score in the final. Yugoslavia's Toni Kukoč was voted the tournament's MVP. This was the first EuroBasket tournament
Mar 9th 2017

2001–02 Milwaukee Bucks season
spot 2001-02 Milwaukee Bucks "Bucks Trade Robinson to Hawks for Kukoc, Smith". Los Angeles Times. August 3, 2002. Retrieved April 4, 2017. 
May 6th 2017

Palau Municipal d'Esports de Badalona
team against Croatia; Croatia won by 118-82 led with 30 points of Toni Kukoč and 21 point of Drazen Petrović. The arena hosted the basketball tournament
Nov 6th 2013

2000–01 Philadelphia 76ers season
did not play. The Sixers then traded him and Toni Kukoč to Atlanta for Dikembe Mutombo. By trading Kukoc (who was not included in the original proposed deal
May 26th 2017

2002–03 Milwaukee Bucks season
National Basketball Association. During the offseason, the Bucks acquired Toni Kukoč from the Atlanta Hawks. In a year of transition, the Bucks played mediocre
May 9th 2017

1999–2000 Philadelphia 76ers season
the Golden State Warriors, and traded Bowen to the Chicago Bulls for Toni Kukoč in a three-team trade. However, Bowen was released and signed with the Miami
Apr 12th 2017

1999–2000 Chicago Bulls season
struggles continued as they lost 26 of their first 28 games. At midseason, Toni Kukoč was traded to the Philadelphia 76ers, as the team acquired John Starks from
Apr 21st 2017

1998–99 Chicago Bulls season
and finished last place in the Central Division with a 13–37 record. Toni Kukoč led the team in scoring with 18.8 points per game. On April 10, 1999, the
Apr 12th 2017

2000–01 Atlanta Hawks season
along with Roshown McLeod to the Philadelphia 76ers for Ratliff Theo Ratliff, Toni Kukoč and Nazr Mohammed. However, Ratliff injured his shooting hand prior to the
May 11th 2017

Terry Teagle
and he reached the Euroleague Final with the club, playing alongside Toni Kukoč, while averaging 19.7 points, 5.6 rebounds, and 1.2 assists per game during
May 6th 2017

Božidar Maljković
with Kukoč dropping 11 three-pointers on them from 12 attempts. Coming back to Split for the club season start in the fall, team leaders Kukoč and Rađa
May 10th 2017

Mark Telan
play has often drawn comparisons with that of his favorite NBA player Toni Kukoc. "Talented Mark Telan looks for bigger basketball stage". Manila Standard
May 16th 2017

Sabahudin Bilalović
took place in Seattle, United States, along with Drazen Petrović, Toni Kukoč, Zarko Paspalj, Dino Rađa other great stars of Yugoslavian basketball. Later
Jan 16th 2017

Franjo Arapović
States at the 1992 Summer Olympics, when Arapović caught a pass from Toni Kukoč while driving toward the basket and made a running two-handed slam dunk
Apr 3rd 2017

Liz Baillie
published comic came out in 2002. Liz Baillie was nominated for the Maisie Kukoc Award for Comics Inspiration in 2008 and the Friends of Lulu Kim Yale Award
May 1st 2017

Vedran Jese, a Croatian footballer Vedran Lalić, a Croatian diplomat Vedran Kukoč, a Croatian professional football player Vedran Lovrenčić, winner of Big
Apr 16th 2016

Sixth man
was used during the Chicago Bulls' championship runs with forward Toni Kukoč and more recently with Manu Ginobili of the San Antonio Spurs, Leandro Barbosa
Jan 23rd 2017

1989 in Croatia
RK Zagreb was champion of Yugoslavia in handball. Drazen Petrović, Toni Kukoč, Dino Rađa, Stojko Vranković, Zoran Čutura, Zdravko Radulović were members
Aug 10th 2016

1996 NBA Finals
agency. In their place was a new core of players such as Luc Longley, Toni Kukoč, Steve Kerr, Ron Harper, Jud Buechler, Bill Wennington and Randy Brown.
May 19th 2017

Catalonia national basketball team
game against Croatia; Croatia won by 118-82 led with 30 points of Toni Kukoč and 21 point of Drazen Petrović. The game was played as the opening of new
Feb 22nd 2017

2013 Euroleague Final Four
consecutive Final Four MVP, and the third of his career. Spanoulis joined Toni Kukoč, as the only player to have ever won the award three times. On May 12
Apr 1st 2017

EuroLeague Final Four MVP
So, Manu Ginobili was named the EuroLeague Finals MVP that season. NB: Kukoč won his first two awards in 1990 and 1991, as a citizen of SFR Yugoslavia;
May 24th 2017

Pallacanestro Treviso
spark a new era for Benetton Basket, with the arrival of the legendary Toni Kukoč from the three-peat European Champions of Pop 84, but also of Stefano Rusconi
Apr 28th 2017

1996–97 Chicago Bulls season
players on the club's roster that year were clutch-specialist Croatian Toni Kukoc, and sharp-shooting point guard Steve Kerr. The Bulls got off to a fast
May 26th 2017

Nedjeljom u dva
include Zdravko Mamić, Zoran Milanović, Lepa Brena, Slavoj Zizek, Toni Kukoč, Rambo Amadeus, Ivo Josipović, Mira Furlan, Let 3, Boris Tadić, Ivan Gasparovič
Oct 4th 2016

1992–93 FIBA European League
Stadium, Piraeus April 15, Peace and Friendship Stadium, Piraeus Toni Kukoč (Benetton Treviso) 1992–93 FIBA European League 1992–93 FIBA European League
Apr 17th 2017

Dave Corzine
Orlando Magic for two second-round picks (which the Bulls used to select Toni Kukoč and P.J. Brown, respectively) on June 27, 1989. He began the 1989–90 season
Nov 9th 2016

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