Tomo Mahorič

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Tomo Mahorič
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Tomo Mahorič (2009)
Personal information
Born (1965-04-28) April 28, 1965 (age 55)
Ljubljana, SR Slovenia, SFR Yugoslavia
Career history
1992–1995 Smelt Olimpija (assistant)
1995–1996 Interier Krško
1997–1999 Union Olimpija (assistant)
1999–2002 Slovan
2002–2003 Union Olimpija
2004–2005 Idea-Slask Wroclaw
2005 Lietuvos rytas
2006 Union Olimpija
2006–2008 BC Kyiv
2006–2008 Vanoli Cremona
2015–2016 JSA Bordeaux Basket
Career highlights and awards

Tomo Mahorič (born April 28, 1965) is a Slovenian basketball coach. He was a coach of Krško, Slovan, Union Olimpija, Lietuvos rytas, BC Kyiv, Vanoli Cremona and JSA Bordeaux Basket.

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