Who was Stevan Jelovac and what was his cause of death? Serbian professional basketball player dead: Here we are sharing sorrowful news with you, that a basketball player passed away. Stevan Jelovac died. He was born on 8 July 1989, was a Serbian professional basketball player. This news is very bad for his fans. He has a good fan following. His fans loved him a lot. But unfortunately, fans have to believe that he is no more. The Internet has bustled due to his death. Fans are unable to believe that he passed away. His family is in deep shock. who knew that he will live with us at an early age. However’ life is not our hand. Death is natural, and We have to face it. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who was Stevan Jelovac?
Stevan Jelovac has passed away on 5 December Sunday. He died at the age of 32 after the stroke, Stevan had on November 14. he was hospitalized in serious condition at Metropolitan General in Anthes. He had health complications for a long time. His family had to face trouble due to his condition. Stevan since traveled to the Greek capital attending to the health complications of the recent days. A few days previous, the player was transferred to his home, Serbia. Suddenly he fainted during individual practice. It was later confirmed he had a stroke. He fought with his illness but he left us after the battle of life.
Stevan Jelovac Death Cause
Let us tell you, before joining the AEK, he played in Turkey, Lithuania, Italy, Germany, Russia, Spain, and Japan after choosing to enlarge his career beyond his home country, Serbia. After that, he went from Mega and Crvena Zvezda to Antalya, Rytas, Caserta, Zaragozaza, Nizhny Novgorod, and Gaziantep, and from Europe to Japan and NeoPhoneix. As a member of AEK, Jelvoc averaged 12.6 points, 4.4 rebounds 1.3 assists, 1.3 blocks, and 0.7 steals per game over seven games played between the BCL and Greek League.
Who was Stevan Jelovac?
According to the report, his career featured 13 appearances in the Turkish Airlines Euro League, 41 in the 7 days Euro cup, 28 in the Basketball Champions League, and 16 in the FIBA Europe Cup. Stevan was also confined at the senior level with Serbia during FIBA World cup Qualifiers. AEK officials stood by his family over the last ten days, while all Greek teams supported him and his family as well, and gave regarding with “Get Well Soon Stevan” banners held by players to start games of the Stoximan basket league. The tragic news spread like a storm among his fans. If you like our information so connect with us for getting more news.