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Obrad BELOSEVIC
Enshrined as a technical official/referee in the FIBA Hall of Fame on 1st March 2007
26/02/2007Obrad BELOSEVIĆ (2007 Class)


Born on 28th April 1928, in Leskovac, Serbia
Died on 20th January 1986, in Belgrade, Serbia
Nationality: Serbian

Enshrined as a technical official/referee in the FIBA Hall of Fame on 1st March 2007







Professional Highlights:

  • Called over 300 games of the Yugoslavian A1 League, from 1951 to 1976
  • Refereed in the Mexico 1968 Olympic Games
  • Refereed in 2 World Championships: Ljubljana 1974 and Puerto Rico 1974
  • Called 2 consecutive Finals of the European Cup for Men's Champion Clubs (current Euroleague): the 1969 Final between CSKA Moscow and Real Madrid, in Barcelona, and the 1970 Final between Varese and CSKA Moscow, in Sarajevo
  • Refereed a Final of the Korac Cup
  • In 1977, in Belgrade, during the Final of the European Cup for Men's Champion Clubs (current Euroleague) between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Varese, FIBA awarded Obrad Belosevic with the Silver Whistle in recognition to his outstanding career as a referee
  • Called the 1978 game between Real Madrid and the European Selection where Clifford Luyk and Vicente Ramos where honored