Tijana Krivačević

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Tijana Krivaćević
Tijana Krivacevic - 30. 4. 2013.jpg
Tijana Krivaćević in 2013
No. 14Girne Üniversitesi
Position Power forward
League TKBL
Personal information
Born (1990-04-08) 8 April 1990 (age 33)
Novi Sad, Serbia
NationalityHungarian / Serbian
Listed height6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Listed weight172 lb (78 kg)
Career information
WNBA draft 2010: 3rd round, 34th overall pick
Selected by the Seattle Storm
Playing career2005–present
Career history
2005–2006 Ceglédi EKK
2006–2008 Mizo Pécs 2010
2008–2011 MKB Euroleasing Sopron
2011–2012 Rivas Ecópolis
2012–2015 Good Angels Košice
2015 UNIQA Sopron
2015–2016 Orduspor
2016–2017 Perfumerías Avenida
2017 Girne Üniversitesi
2017-2018 UNI Győr
2018-2019 Botaş SK
2019-2020 Elitzur Ramla

Tijana Krivaćević (Hungarian : Krivacsevics Tijana) (born 8 April 1990) is a Serbian-born Hungarian professional female basketball player. She plays as center / forward. She is the daughter of the former Serbian basketball player Dragoljub Krivaćević, who works as a coach in Hungary. Just on her 20th birthday, Tijana was picked by Seattle Storm on the 2010 WNBA draft in the third round, 34th overall.

Tijana participated in University games the first time in 2013 in the city of Kazan structure of the national team of Hungary where took the 7th place. She played there six matches and She gathered 129 points. The best indicator of team. The best match is considered against the Czech Republic - 34 points for a match! It enters in Top-10 of the best snipers.

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References

Tijana Krivacevic profile @ MKB Sopron official website
Info, stats, bio @ fibaeurope.com