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The founders of the summer basketball camp in Kolasin and All-star 2014 School of basketball in Podgorica are our famous basketball aces Vlado Sćepanović and Savo Đikanović.

Vlado Scepanovic

Vlado Scepanovic, born on 13th November 1975 in Kolasin, where he played for Gorstak until 1913 when he moved to Buducnost, Podgorica, with which he won two national championships and two Yugoslavian cups. He was the first ever captain of the national team of Montenegro, founded in 2006.
Gold medalist at the 1998 World championship in Athens, gold medalist at the 2001 European championship in Istanbul, bronze medalist at the 1999 EC in France – all with the national team of Yugoslavia. Participant of the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney and 2004 Olympic games in Athens.
He also played for Efes Pilsen, Istanbul, with which he participated in the Euroleague Final Four and also won the Turkish Cup the same year; for Partizan, Belgrade, with which he won two National championship of Serbia and Montenegro; for Fortitudo, Bologna; Panathinaikos, Athens, where he won two national championships and one Greek Cup; Paok, Thessaloniki; Granada, Granada; Murcia, Murcia; and Panelinios, Athens. He finished his great career in 2011 playing for the national team at the European championship in Lithuania.

Savo Djikanovic

Savo Djikanovic was born on 28th February 1975 in Podgorica, child of Buducnost, Podgorica, spent most of his career in Greece. Winner of the first trophy in the history of Buducnost – the 1996 Yugoslavian Cup. Also played for Mornar from Bar, Lovcen from Cetinje, Hemofarm from Vrsac where he won the 2004 ABA League, and also he play two semi-finals of Uleb Cup. He played for the European champion Olympiakos from Athens, Olimpia from Larissa, Kolossos from Rhodos, Trikala from Trikala, Marussi from Athens, Ickarus from Athens, Etha from Cyprus where he won the national championship, Igokea from Laktasi, Jaszbereny from Hungary and Teodo from Tivat.
After 25 years playing basketball he retired with 39 year old.