For every aspiring basketball player, they all dream of one day making to the NBA.
A long shot, it maybe but that dream does come true to a select few.
However, you can take Valencia’s Bojan Dubljevic out of that particular equation, as it seems he is happy living out his dreams in Spain.
The Montenegrin big man averages 10.3 points and 4.9 rebounds a game in the EuroLeague this season. A solid mark for the veteran who was named the Liga Endesa finals MVP after notching 13.5 points and 7.2 rebounds in Valencia’s 3-1 series win over Real Madrid, which handed them their first ever domestic title.
“NBA isn’t on my mind,” Dubljevic explained to EuroLeague outlet Eurohoops.
“Every player has a dream to play in the NBA. It’s not my dream. My dream is to play for a big club. For me, Valencia is the biggest club and I want to stay in Valencia.”