Polish champion PGE Turow Zgorzelec ensured that promising guard Nemanja Jaramaz will remain with the club as it embarks on a season in the Turkish Airlines Euroleague by re-signing the player. Jaramaz (2.00 meters, 23 years old) missed a chunk of last season due to injuries, but returned to play a big role on both sides of the floor in the playoffs. He averaged 7 points and 1.5 assists in 23 games for Zgorzelec and was the team’s leading scoring in the title-clinching game with 16 points and 3 assists in a 60-72 win at Stelmet Zielona Gora.
A product of the KK Timing and KK Napredak Rubin Krusevac youth systems, Jaramaz joined Partizan Belgrade as a 15-year old and got a taste of the Euroleague in the 2010-11 and 2011-12 seasons. He also spent time on loan at Mega Vizura as well as Angelico Biella in Italy and BC Astana in Kazakhstan before joining Zgorzelec. Jaramaz won a number of Serbian titles with Partizan. He also played for the Serbian national team at the junior levels and was a starter on gold-medal winning teams at the Under-16 European Championships in 2007 and the U-18 European Championships in 2009.