Tuesday, June 21, 2005

I Ain't Mlad at You


Mladen Sekularac
Originally uploaded by atma brother #1.
MVN- The City profiles the most inactive Warrior you've probably never heard about Mladen Sekularac.

Then on August 24th, the Mavericks finally made their move. Except Sekularac was changing hands, not countries. The Warriors picked up Sekularac's, as well as Luis Flores, along with Christian Laettner, Eduardo Najera, and two first rounders. The Warriors sent back Erick Dampier, Dan Dickau, Evan Eschmeyer and the rights to Steve Logan. I don't want to make it sound like disaster struck, or that Sekularac's life had underwent a total makeover, but I think it'd have an effect on any guy who has his rights being exchanged.

In the 04-05 season, Sekularac began his second campaign with Buducnost, averaging 16.3 points on 51% shooting in 6 games. In January, Sekularac asked Buducnost to terminate his contract, due to the fact he wasn't satisfied with the team's payment schedule. Darko Russo, once a coach of Sekularac years ago for Podgorica took his former player under his wing, and signed him to play with Apolon of Greece. Currently, Sekularac is on the inactive list, and is riding pine.

I don't think anyone has an idea what Sekularac is planning to do, what his intentions are, or even what Chris Mullin intends to do with him. It couldn't hurt to bring him over and work him out, but unless the Warriors are in desperate need to fill up their minimum roster space, Sekularac will probably spend the following season playing somewhere in Europe.


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