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Born 23. 03. 1971.

Team Buducnost VOLI, Montenegrao


He began his coaching career in 1991 leading the youth KK Partizan team. In 2005 he came to the Minnesota Timberwolves with a lengthy international basketball resume. He became the first NBA assistant coach with no prior coaching experience in the United States at either the collegiate or professional level. Additionally, he became just the second European native to become an NBA assistant coach, following the Pistons' Igor Kokoškov. Džikić was an assistant coach for the Timberwolves entry in the 2005 Minnesota Summer League at Target Center. He has also spent time in summer leagues working with the coaching staffs of the San Antonio Spurs and Seattle Sonics. In 2007 he went back to Europe.

Playing career

Coaching career

1997-99    Beovuk Belgrade
1999-2005 BC Partizan Belgrade, Serbia
2005-07    Minnesota Timberwolves (assistant coach)
2007-09    Union Olimpija (signed on January 7th 2008, left in December 2008)
2009-11    BC Krka, Slovenia
2011-12    Lietuvos rytas
2013-       BC Krka Novo Mesto, Slovenija


2002-05  As a assistant coach with BC Partizan won four consecutive national championship of Serbia and Montenegro
2009 with BC Krka won Slovenian Premier League, third in history
2011 with BC Krka won EuroChallenge Cup
2011 qualified with Krka for Final 4 of Adriatic league
2011 become head coach of Serbian national team u 20


Signed contract with Buducnost VOLI