After a difficult start to the 2018–2019 season, including losing five consecutive games both in the ABA League and the 2018–19 EuroCup Basketball season, Čanak resigned and was replaced by Andrea Trinchieri as the new head coach.

The squad was rejuvenated, with the oldest player Marko Čakarević being just 24 years old.

The highlight of the era were the three consecutive Euroleague playoff appearances from 2008 to 2010, with the latter being the year in which the club once again reached the EuroLeague Final Four. In 1995 the UN sanctions were lifted and Serbian and Montenegrin clubs were again able to compete in European competitions. [18][citation needed] Coach Vujošević was given the highest coaching award in Europe, the Euroleague Coach of the Year Award,[19] and Partizan was chosen by Euroleague to go on tour against NBA teams, becoming one of the selected few clubs to represent European basketball in the United States. The summer of 2015 included many organizational and roster changes.

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[2] They have also won 16 national basketball cups, 6 Adriatic championships and 1 ABA League Supercup, and most notably the European Champion trophy at the Final Four of the EuroLeague in Istanbul in 1992.

U svojoj bogatoj istorijij, dugoj sedam decenija KK Partizan je osvojio čak 44 trofeja. Inexperienced squad didn't achieve any significant results in their returning season in Europe, but, under the guidance of Ranko Žeravica they still defended the national title in 1995–96 and secured another season in Europe's top competition.[11]. Having lost an ABA league title and therefore a place in Euroleague after almost a decade and a half, a talented generation from the previous two season's disbanded and Partizan entered the 2014–15 season with an almost brand new squad. The board of directors suggested Nikola Peković, former Partizan player, for the next team president, after the resignation of Predrag Danilović. Another former Partizan coach and player, an established European basketball expert, professor Aleksandar Nikolić became his counselor. [22] Both games were decided in overtime. Played in front of the sold-out Arena Zagreb against longtime rivals from Croatia Cibona. Two years after the 3-season long UN sanctions ended, Partizan qualified for the Final Four for the third time. That generation won the title of national champion in 1986–87, and in 1988, following a dominant performance in the quarterfinal round of the Champions Cup and victories over major European clubs including FC Barcelona, Maccabi Elite, Aris and Tracer Milano, qualified for the Final Four in the Belgian city of Ghent.

They also won another Korać Cup in 1989. KK Partizan officially split from the Army in 1953, since the entire sports society became independent and was rena…

2000–01 season was marked by the comeback of experienced players Berić, Nikola Bulatović, Aleksandar Glintić, Branko Milisavljević while club legends Vlade Divac, Predrag Danilović and Žarko Paspalj returned as part of the club management. Since 1945, Partizan has won 48 trophies and is the holder of the 21 national champion titles. At the Final Four held in Abdi İpekçi Arena in Istanbul in April 1992, Partizan won the title of European champion. [21] In the final tournament of Euroleague held in Paris, Partizan played even with their rivals but was lost in the final seconds of the semi-final to Olympiacos 80–83 and in the 3rd place game to CSKA Moscow 88–90. The rise of Partizan into a major basketball club that will eventually become one of the most successful in Europe, started in the early 70's, when former players took over the management and the coaching job was taken by national team coach Ranko Žeravica. The first club championship of Yugoslavia was held in 1946, and Partizan participated with a team consisting mostly of players from Yugoslav Army basketball team, which in 1945 won the unofficial state championship against the teams of Yugoslav republics. Because of the UN sanctions against FR Yugoslavia, Partizan was not allowed to defend the European title in 1992–93 season. Vladimir Lučić was appointed as captain, and Dragan Milosavljević became vice-captain.

[13] In December 2000 a fan-favorite Haris Brkić, who returned to club just weeks earlier, was shot and killed outside of Pionir Hall.[14]. Soon after that, longtime head coach Vujošević departed and Petar Božić was offered a head coach position. [55], Partizan has won thirty-seven domestic trophies, including twenty-one championships, of which thirteen were won consecutively, and sixteen cups, of which five were won consecutively. Without any silverware won, the season was the worst in fourteen years and marked the beginning of a three year long dry spell. The arena, then named Pionir Hall, was built in 1973 in eleven months, by Energoprojekt. Experienced Dušan Kecman returned and Aleks Marić, Bo McCalebb, Lawrence Roberts were brought in. Dušan Kecman and Milan Mačvan were also among the players who left. Cibona trailed 68–72 with a few seconds left, but back-to-back triples by Marko Tomas and Bojan Bogdanović gave their team a 74–72 lead with just 0.6 seconds left. Partizan also started to make noise in the European competitions with two back-to-back titles in the European Korać Cup (1978 in Banja Luka, KK Bosna was defeated with 117–110, while in 1979 Partizan defeated Italian Arrigoni 108–98).

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Partizan again went to quarterfinals and this time faced Israeli powerhouse Maccabi Tel Aviv.

The new generation of players included Nikola Lončar, Miroslav Berić, Haris Brkić, Željko Rebrača, Predrag Drobnjak, Aleksandar Čubrilo. Duško Vujošević's return to the position of a head coach in 2001 and Predrag Danilović's presidency marked the beginning of a rise in the fortunes of the club.

In his four stints with Partizan he won a total of twenty-three trophies. At the beginning of 2016, Partizan severed the contract with Petar Božić after a worst half-season in recent Partizan history. On 5 March 2009 against Greek team Panathinaikos, a record crowd of 22,567 was set for the EuroLeague. In the regional Adriatic League, Partizan was stopped in the semifinals, ending its five-year reign in the competition. [9], The season finished triumphantly with victories in the national championship and the Cup. There were many roster changes throughout the season. The club was established on 4 October 1945, as a basketball section of the Sports Association of the Central House of the Yugoslav Army.

In 1993–94 season, led by coach Željko Lukajić Partizan won the national cup, and the next season was again successful. The departure of the back-court pair proved to be an irreparable loss. Again, most of the starters left the team before the 2011–12 season began. The club reached the F4 of Euroleague, won the regional NLB League, the Serbian cup and the Basketball League of Serbia. He selected a group of young players led by exceptionally talented Dražen Dalipagić and Dragan Kićanović. Cibona players and the crowd already began to celebrate the title, but Partizan had the game's final possession and Dušan Kecman banked in a game-winning triple from midcourt at the buzzer, to make Partizan win another Adriatic League title in front of the shocked crowd and opposition players.

The Superleague campaign also finished unsuccessfully because Partizan lost to Crvena Zvezda in the Playoff semifinals thus failing to win the League title for a fourth consecutive season.

Duško Vujošević is the most successful coach in the club's history. [24][25], Before the 2010–11 season, Duško Vujošević, the most successful Partizan coach in history left the club after nine seasons to sign with CSKA Moscow.

Several Partizan coaches have been recognized internationally for their contribution to the game of basketball: Another former Partizan coach, Borislav Stanković, was also enshrined in both the Basketball Hall of Fame and FIBA Hall of Fame, although not as a coach but as a contributor. They were supported by more experienced players such as Vlado Šćepanović, Đuro Ostojić, Dejan Milojević, Predrag Šuput, Petar Božić, Fred House and Vonteego Cummings.[15]. [34] On December 14, 2017, former player Nenad Čanak was named as the head coach of Partizan. Continental recognition of this second great generation of players attracted more talented basketball players to the club, but at the same time, interest from financially more powerful clubs in Europe and the United States for the best Yugoslav players significantly reduced their time spent in the home country. Overall, Partizan has won forty-seven trophies, which makes it by far the most successful basketball club in Serbia.[56].

He gathered around him other young coaches, and in the late 1970s, when Žeravica went coaching abroad, his former associates Borislav Ćorković and Dušan Ivković successfully took over the team. [36] According to the "Ultras World" organization, which gathers over 400,000 fans on social networks, they are ranked in the TOP 10 supporters in the world.   Loss, For the complete list of KK Partizan players, see, Euroleague 2010–11 Regular Season Group A,–11_KK_Partizan_season&oldid=961037131, Articles with Serbian-language sources (sr), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 6 June 2020, at 08:38. There have been thirty head coaches for Partizan since the founding of the club in 1945.