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18 Sasha Vujacic SG
Height/Weight: 6-7/205 | Birthdate: 3/8/1984 | Birthplace: Maribor, Slovenia, Yugoslavia | Team: | College: No College | NBA Experience: 7 | Salary:   | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Clippers will not resign Sasha Vujacic


by R.J. White | CBSSports.com
(2/18/2014) The Clippers will not resign guard Sasha Vujacic to another 10-day contract at this time, ESPN reports.

Head coach Doc Rivers said Monday that it's possible Vujacic could be signed later, but the team will part ways with him for now. He made two appearances with the Clippers during his 10-day contract, scoring five points on 2 of 5 shooting in 10 minutes of action.


Report: Sasha Vujacic will sign with Clippers


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(2/2/2014) The Orange County Register reports that the Clippers will sign guard Sasha Vujacic to a 10-day contract on Monday.

Vujacic met with the team this weekend and took a physical, according to the Los Angeles Times. He last played in the NBA in 2010-11 when he split his season between the Los Angeles Lakers and New Jersey Nets before going overseas.


Nets would bring back Vujacic


(4/21/2011) The Bergen County Record reports that the Nets would have interest in bringing back guard Sasha Vujacic, who is an unrestricted free agent, according to GM Billy King. “It’s going to depend – all our free agents – what the cap’s going to be and what they want,” King said. “You won’t be able to keep them all, and depending on what the cap’s going to be its going to determine how many of them we do keep.”

Vujacic wraps-up career year


(4/15/2011) Nets guard Sasha Vujacic was expected to play much more of an offensive role once he was traded from the Lakers in December. He did just that, and ended up having a career-best season in the NBA. Vujacic saw more playing time, and opportunity off of the bench than ever before. He took advantage, achieving career-highs averages in points (9.8), rebounds (2.8), and assists (2.0). The swingman saw more total minutes than in previous seasons, logging 1648 in 67 games. He even started seven games at shooting guard, and averaged 15-4-3 on those nights.

Vujacic stepping up for banged-up Nets


(4/10/2011) With several players out of the lineup yet again Sunday against the Raptors, Nets guard Sasha Vujacic was again in the starting lineup. He didn't shot particularly well, but still managed to score in double-figures for the sixth straight game. Vujacic shot 5 of 14 from the floor, and just 2 of 7 from beyond the arc, on the way to 19 points. He added a matching three rebounds and three assists to go along with a block in 37 minutes of playing time in the loss.

Vujacic on fire from deep


(3/5/2011) Nets guard Sasha Vujacic logged a season-high 47 minutes in Saturday's triple overtime win over the Raptors in London. Vujacic matched a season high with 25 points in the contest on 7 of 16 shooting from the field. He went 6 of 9 from downtown and also chipped in with five rebounds, three assists and a block in the victory.

Vujacic unproductive in start


(2/26/2011) New Jersey guard Sasha Vujacic got the start on Friday night against San Antonio. He didn't have a great night shooting the ball as he went 3 for 9 from the field -- going 1 for 5 from downtown -- and hitting his lone foul shot. Vujacic finished with eight points, two rebounds, four steals and an assist in 26 minutes of action. New Jersey would lose the game in Deron Williams' debut, 106-96.

Vujacic hopes slump over


(2/11/2011) The New York Post reports that Nets guard Sasha Vujacic recently went through a six-game slump where he shot .340 (16-of-47) from the field and his average in New Jersey dropped four points from 11.5 to 7.5. "I just didn't feel right," Vujacic said. "I would come off the pick, and I wouldn't get a wide-open shot. Or I would force a shot. Or dribble and go in the paint and there was nothing there. I just was trying so hard to get myself into the game. And we just weren't playing the right way. I was getting frustrated. I was trying a little too hard to get myself and everybody else going and I forgot to play -- not so much the right way -- but to do what the team needed at that moment. Sometimes, you just want so bad to win, you forget everything else." Vujacic spent extra time watching film, and it paid off Wednesday against New Orleans. He scored a career-high 25 points, and the Nets produced a 103-101 overtime victory over the playoff-bound Hornets.

Vujacic nets a career-high


(2/9/2011) New Jersey guard Sasha Vujacic was in a scoring funk heading into Wednesday's game against the Hornets, failing to reach double-figures in six straight. Consider the slump over, as the Nets won a thrilling overtime game behind Vujacic's career-high 25 points. He nailed 5 of 7 3-pointers and 9 of 14 shots overall, as the Nets made a season-high 12 long balls. He added four rebounds and four assists in 35 minutes of playing time.

Vujacic not so hot


(1/28/2011) Since scoring in double-figures in six straight games, New Jersey guard Sasha Vujacic has reached the mark just once in the last five outings including Friday's loss to the Pacers. Vujacic scored seven points on 3 of 7 shooting, connecting on the only shot from three-point territory he attempted. He pulled down three rebounds and assisted on two baskets in 23 minutes of floor time.

Vujacic keeping busy


(1/21/2011) New Jersey guard Sasha Vujacic scored nine points in the Nets' 89-74 victory over Detroit on Friday night to snap a stretch of consecutive games with double digits in points at six. Vujacic finished 4 of 9 from the field and did not reach the free-throw line to post his lowest point total since Jan. 7 against Washington (three). He added two rebounds but committed four fouls in 19 minutes.

Vujacic provides spark for Nets


(1/13/2011) New Jersey guard Sasha Vujacic came off the bench to score a team-high 19 points on Wednesday night for the Nets. He shot 7 for 13 from the field -- 5 for 8 from behind the 3-point arc -- in 36 minutes of action. The Nets would fall to the Suns, 118-109, in overtime. Vjuacic added four assists, three rebounds and three steals for the Nets.

Vujacic goes cold vs. Wizards


(1/8/2011) After hitting the game winning shot in Wednesday's game against the Bulls, Nets guard Sasha Vujacic couldn't hit anything in Friday's 97-77 loss to the Wizards. Vujacic shot just 1 of 14 from the field in the loss, including 1 of 7 from downtown. He finished with just three points in 22 minutes off the bench. "We just didn't play the way Coach asked us to play. Personally, I played terrible. It's one of the worst games I played in my life," Vujacic said.

Vujacic hits game-winner


(1/5/2011) New Jersey guard Sasha Vujacic hit the game-winning put back with 5.3 seconds left to propel the team passed the Bulls on Wednesday night, helping to snap a five-game losing streak. "They kind of anticipated what's going to happen," Vujacic told the New York Post. "I got the loose ball and the basket." Vujacic finished the night with 13 points on 5 of 12 shooting, including 3 of 7 from three-point land. He assisted on a basket and pulled down four rebounds in 28 minutes of action.

Vujacic ties career high


(1/1/2011) New Jersey guard Sasha Vujacic tied a career high with 22 points on Saturday against Minnesota. He shot 9 for 16 from the field -- going 3 for 7 from downtown -- and hit 1 of his 2 foul shots. Vujacic would add one steal, four assists and grab five rebounds in his 35 minutes off the bench. His efforts would go in a losing effort though as the Nets lots to the Timberwolves, 103-88.

Vujacic contributing for Nets


(12/21/2010) Nets guard Sasha Vujacic scored a season-high 16 points Tuesday's 101-94 win over the Grizzlies. Vujacic shot 6 of 8 from the field, including 2 of 3 from behind the arc in 25 minutes off the bench. He has now scored a combined 26 points over his last two contests.

Vujacic makes Nets debut


(12/17/2010) New Jersey guard Sasha Vujacic made his debut with the Nets on Friday. The Nets faced the Raptors, but would lose the game 98-92. Vujacic chipped in off the bench with six points. He shot 30 percent from the field, missing all five of his 3-point attempts. He would add two rebounds and two assists in his 27 minutes of action.

Vujacic officially dealt to Nets


(12/15/2010) The Nets officially announced the three-team trade that was originally reported on Tuesday. As anticipated, Sasha Vujacic was traded from the Lakers to the Nets. Vujacic totaled just 54 minutes of playing time this season for the Lakers.

Vujacic leaving the Lakers


(12/14/2010) The Lakers, Nets and Rockets were involved in a three-team and three-player trade on Tuesday, reports NBA.com. New Jersey traded swingman Terrence Williams to Houston for the Rockets' 2012 first-round draft pick. New Jersey also gets Los Angeles' 2011 first-round pick and guard Sasha Vujacic in the deal with PF Joe Smith going to the Lakers.

Vujacic starts for Lakers


(10/22/2010) Los Angeles guard Sasha Vujacic logged almost 15 minutes for the Lakers in Thursday's preseason win over the Warriors. He'd been out with a concussion after he got hit in the eye from teammate Lamar Odom last week. Vujacic scored nine points after going 4 for 5 from the field -- hitting his only 3-point attempt -- and grabbed three boards.

Vujacic returning shortly?


(10/20/2010) Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic (concussion) could be back in action on Thursday, reports the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday. Vujacic has been out since taking an elbow to his eye from Lamar Odom last week.

Vujacic to be re-evaluated Monday


(10/17/2010) Lakers G Sasha Vujacic will be sidelined at least through Sunday's game because of a concussion after getting elbowed just below his left eye by Lamar Odom during Thursday's practice. He will be re-evaluated Monday.

Vujacic dealing with concussion


(10/15/2010) Lakers SG Sasha Vujacic is out indefinitely with a concussion after teammate Lamar Odom's elbow inadvertently hit him in the face. Vujacic was hit just below his left eye Thursday during practice with the two-time defending NBA champions. The Slovenian guard will be re-evaluated Friday.

Vujacic back for Lakers


(5/18/2010) Lakers G Sasha Vujacic appeared in his first game of the postseason Monday night against the Suns in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals after missing the first two rounds with a sprained ankle. He played one minute and did not score.

Lakers hope Vujacic can return soon


(5/13/2010) The Orange County Register reports that Lakers guard Sasha Vujacic, who hasn't played since the regular-season finale, practiced Wednesday. Vujacic severely sprained his left ankle in the season finale against the Clippers, but he looked healthy and lively in the scrimmage. The Lakers are hopeful Vujacic can return against the Suns in the Western Conference finals, which begins Monday.