AEK Athens kept working to put together a competitive roster in the 2016-17 Eurocup by agreeing with forward Milan Milosevic to stay together one more season, the club confirmed Thursday evening. Milosevic (2.03 meters, 30 years old) averaged 8.1 points on 55.6% three-point shooting (10-of-18) and 6 rebounds in 9 Eurocup games with AEK last season. He started his career with Hercegovac Bileca and Sloboda Dita Tuzla of his native Bosnia and Herzegovina, and has also played for Crvena Zvezda Belgrade of Serbia, Bosna ASA BHT Sarajevo of Bosnia, Keravnos Strovolou of Cyprus, Buducnost VOLI Podgorica of Montenegro, Zlatorog Lasko of Slovenia, Rabotnicki AD Skopje of FYROM and Panionios Athens of Greece before joining AEK in October 2014. He helped Bosna win the Bosnian Cup title in 2010 and also lifted back-to-back Montenegrin League trophies with Buducnost in 2012 and 2013. Milosevic is also a regular member of the Bosnian national team. This will be his fifth Eurocup season - he has averaged 3.7 points and 2.9 rebounds in 44 career games with Zvezda, Buducnost and AEK.