- Mile Ilić
Mile Ilić Position Center Height 7 ft 1 in (2.16 m) Weight 255 lb (116 kg) Team KK Crvena Zvezda Born June 2, 1984
Tuzla, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia
Nationality Serbian Draft 2nd round, 43rd overall, 2005
New Jersey Nets
Pro career 2002–present Career history FMP Železnik (2002–2006)
New Jersey Nets (2006–2007)
Colorado 14ers (2007)
Lokomotiv Rostov (2007–2008)
Bilbao Berri (2008)
Metalac Valjevo (2010)
Medal record Competitor for Serbia and Montenegro Universiade Gold 2003 Daegu Team Competition
Mile Ilić (Serbian: Миле Илић; born June 2, 1984 in Tuzla, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian professional basketball player formerly of the New Jersey Nets of the NBA. Ilić, a 7 ft 1 in (2.16 m) tall center, was drafted by the Nets in 2005 as the 43rd overall pick, and began his rookie season in 2006-07.
The Nets signed Ilić on September 13, 2006, as a foreseeable future backup for countryman Nenad Krstić. On February 26, 2007 the Nets assigned him to the Colorado 14ers, their NBA Development League affiliate. Ilić thus became the first player that the Nets assigned to the D-League since instituting affiliate teams (prior to the 2005-06 NBA season).
On February 24, 2008, Ilić was signed by CB Bilbao Berri, team from the Spanish ACB. Hampered by the recovery process from a leg injury he only appeared in 10 games for the club averaging 5.6 points and 4.1 rebounds per game.
2005 NBA Draft First roundAndrew Bogut · Marvin Williams · Deron Williams · Chris Paul · Raymond Felton · Martell Webster · Charlie Villanueva · Channing Frye · Ike Diogu · Andrew Bynum · Fran Vázquez · Yaroslav Korolev · Sean May · Rashad McCants · Antoine Wright · Joey Graham · Danny Granger · Gerald Green · Hakim Warrick · Julius Hodge · Nate Robinson · Jarrett Jack · Francisco García · Luther Head · Johan Petro · Jason Maxiell · Linas Kleiza · Ian Mahinmi · Wayne Simien · David Lee Second roundSalim Stoudamire · Daniel Ewing · Brandon Bass · C. J. Miles · Ricky Sánchez · Ersan İlyasova · Ronny Turiaf · Travis Diener · Von Wafer · Monta Ellis · Roko Ukić · Chris Taft · Mile Ilić · Martynas Andriuškevičius · Louis Williams · Erazem Lorbek · Bracey Wright · Mickaël Gelabale · Andray Blatche · Ryan Gomes · Robert Whaley · Axel Hervelle · Orien Greene · Dijon Thompson · Lawrence Roberts · Amir Johnson · Marcin Gortat · Uroš Slokar · Cenk Akyol · Alex Acker
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