Sad news: It was just reported that Nuggets star player suddenly passed on today on a car clash at the highway

The Golden State Warriors said that assistant coach Dejan Milojević, who was a former standout player in his home Serbia and a mentor to two-time NBA MVP Nikola Jokic, passed away in Utah on Wednesday due to a heart attack. Milojević, 46, was a member of the team that assisted the Warriors in winning the NBA title in 2022.


Milojević passed away on Tuesday night in Salt Lake City, when he was admitted to the hospital following a medical emergency that occurred at a private team meal. The NBA postponed the Warriors’ scheduled Wednesday night matchup against the Utah Jazz.

Coach Steve Kerr noted in a team statement, “We are absolutely devastated by Dejan’s sudden passing.” “This is an extremely difficult time for his family, friends, and all of us who had the incredible pleasure of working with him. It is a shocking and tragic blow for everyone associated with the Warriors.”


The basketball world immediately expressed deep sorrow over Milojević’s passing, and moments of silence were observed on Wednesday before to NBA games. Erik Spoelstra, the coach of the Miami Heat, described the news as “horrific.” Like Milojević, Atlanta forward Bogdan Bogdanovic is a Serbian. He graciously declined to talk on Wednesday prior to the Hawks game, expressing regret. I am unable to discuss it at this time. “I’m so sorry,” he said, patting his chest. Gregg Popovich, the coach of San Antonio, was gushing over Milojević’s coaching abilities.

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