Danilo Andjusic has returned to Partizan NIS Belgrade. The veteran sharpshooter penned a two-year contract with his hometown team on Thursday. Andjusic (1.94 meters, 31 years old) arrives from AS Monaco, where he averaged 7.7 points on 42.5% three-point and 87.3% free throw shooting in 30 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague last season, mostly coming off the bench. He helped Monaco reach the EuroLeague Playoffs and the French League finals.
Partizan brings Andjusic back home
Andjusic joined Monaco from Mincidelice JL Bourg en Bresse, with which he ranked second in scoring in the 7DAYS EuroCup in 2020-21 with 17.4 points per game. He also averaged 3.1 assists in 15 games and ranked fifth in free throw accuracy at 90.7%. Andjusic previously played for Partizan from 2010 to 2012 and made his EuroLeague debut with the club. He started his professional basketball career with Hemofarm Vrsac and has also played for Virtus Segafredo Bologna of Italy, Baloncesto Valladolid and Bilbao Basket of Spain, Anwil Wloclawek of Poland, Parma Perm and UNICS Kazan of Russia, and Igokea Aleksandrovac of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Andjusic helped Partizan win the Serbian League and Cup double in 2012 and also lifted the Bosnian Cup with Igokea in 2019. He is also a member of the Serbian national team. In 55 EuroLeague career games with Monaco, Partizan and UNICS, Andjusic averaged 5.8 points.