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Gordana Grubin

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Nationality  Serbian
19??-19??  Becej
Height  1.80 m
1996-1997  Hemofarm
Weight  75 kg
Listed weight  75 kg (165 lb)
Name  Gordana Grubin
Positions  Basketball positions
Number  6, 10
Role  Basketball Player

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Born  August 20, 1972 (age 43) Zrenjanin, SFR Yugoslavia (1972-08-20)

Listed height  1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

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Gordana Grubin (Serbian Cyrillic:Гордана Грубин, born August 20, 1972 in Zrenjanin, SFR Yugoslavia) is a former Serbian professional basketball player who played in Europe and the United States.


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WNBA career

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Grubin played 6 seasons in WNBA for Los Angeles Sparks, Indiana Fever, Phoenix Mercury and Houston Comets.

In 1999 she ranked 5th in 3% in WNBA. Gordana became first Indiana Fever player in their franchise history. She was selected as nr. 1 pick of Expansion Draft in 2000.

European career

  • MVP of National championship of Yugoslavia 1997
  • Winner of Hungarian Cup 1999
  • Winner of European Fiba Cup 1999/2000 with Basket Parma
  • Elected the best foreign player of Italian Championship 1999/2000
  • Winner of Italian Cup and Italian Championship 2000/2001
  • Winner of Polish Cup and Polish Championship 2001/2002 and 2002/2003
  • Finalist Fiba Europe Eurolegaue 2002
  • Finalist of Italian Championship 2003/2004
  • The Best scorer of Euroleague 2003/2004
  • Winner of Supercup with Schio 2004
  • Winner of 2006 EuroCup Women with Spartak Moscow
  • Awards

    In 2002 voted from Gazzetta dello Sport 6th best basketball player of Europe.

    National team

    Grubin played for the Serbian national team at the 1999 and 2003 Eurobasket.


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