Z. Dragić Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Slovenian professional basketball player Zoran Dragi (born June 22, 1989) currently competes for Cedevita Olimpija in both the Slovenian League and the ABA League.

In international basketball competition, he also represents Slovenia. At 1.96 metres (6 feet 5 inches) tall, he can operate as either a shooting guard or a small forward. He is Goran Dragi’s younger brother.

Z. Dragić Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Z. Dragić Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

He inherited his Serbian ancestry from his dad. Goran, Dragi’s older brother, played for the Suns and the Heat in the 2014–15 season, and he is currently with the Brooklyn Nets. In 2014, Goran disclosed that Zoran was also a married man during an interview.

On Thursday, Slovenia’s men’s basketball team defeated the host nation, Japan, 116-81, and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

The Group C encounter at Saitama Super Arena featured 49 points from a combined Luka Doncic and Zoran Dragic of Slovenia.

Doncic led the Winners with 25 points, and Dragic Contributed 24.

In this game, Rui Hachimura scored 34 points to lead Japan and finish as the game’s leading scorer.

Taking first place in Group C with a perfect 2-0 record was enough for Slovenia to go to the knockout round. In the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, they previously defeated Argentina 118-100.

Third-place At the Olympics, Japan had two defeats.

On Sunday, Slovenia and Spain will play in the final game of their group.

On Thursday, the Spanish, who are now in second place, will face the Argentines.

Spain currently has an Olympic win/loss record of 1-0 and needs a victory to advance to the quarterfinals in Tokyo.

Tonight, Luka Doncic and Slovenia take on the 2004 Olympic winners, Argentina, in a men’s basketball game that will determine which country will represent South America at the Olympic Games in 2021.

Both teams are playing their first game of the tournament and will be hoping to win in order to advance to the next round. The Argentinians have lost two straight games, to the United States and Nigeria. Meanwhile, Slovenia has a perfect record.

Luka Doncic, the Slovenian national team’s rising star who has been tearing up the NBA since 2019, is the team’s best bet for capturing the gold medal. Doncic is a versatile player who can score, rebound, and distribute, making him a major challenge for the Argentine defence.


The Slovenians also have a dangerous player named Zoran Dragic. Dragic, who plays with an offensive focus, can force opponents to commit mistakes in their defensive positioning.

Center The Slovenian basketball squad also features Mike Tobey, who will likely be responsible for defending the paint and facilitating the offence by setting screens for the club’s playmakers and scorers.