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Zarko Cabarkapa

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Nationality  Montenegrin / Serbian
Listed weight  235 lb (107 kg)
Number  6, 11, 15
Role  Basketball Player
Weight  107 kg
School  KK Buducnost Podgorica
Listed height  6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
Pro career  1997–2009
Name  Zarko Cabarkapa
Height  2.11 m
Career start  1998
Position  Power forward
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Born  May 21, 1981 (age 34) Zrenjanin, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia (1981-05-21)
NBA draft  2003 / Round: 1 / Pick: 17th overall
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Zarko Cabarkapa (Serbian Cyrillic: ZHarko CHabarkapa; [ʒaːrko̝ tʃabarkapa]; born May 21, 1981) is a retired Montenegrin professional basketball player who played at the power forward position.

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Career

Cabarkapa was born in Zrenjanin, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia.

He played for KK Beopetrol and KK Buducnost Podgorica (on a team with fellow NBA player Aleksandar Pavlovic) in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. When playing there, he averaged 8.6 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game.

Cabarkapa was drafted by the Phoenix Suns in the 1st round (17th overall) in the 2003 NBA Draft. He moved to the United States, but in his rookie season he was injured, and this limited him to only 49 games that season. In 2005, the Suns traded him to the Golden State Warriors in exchange for two second-round draft picks. With the Warriors, he played in 37 games in 2004–05, and 61 games in 2005–06. He had problems with a back injury, and his contract with the Warriors ended in 2006.

After leaving the NBA in 2006, Cabarkapa stopped playing competitive basketball at the age of 25, as he recuperated from injuries.

In late November 2008, it was announced that he joined his old club KK Buducnost Podgorica, but only in practices, as he looked to get himself back into competitive shape.

On January 16, 2009, Cabarkapa signed with KK Buducnost Podgorica. Two days later, on January 18, he played his first competitive game in more than two years, appearing for 4 minutes in the Adriatic League clash at home versus KK Cibona. He recorded 2 points, no rebounds, and no assists.

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