Božidar "Boža" Maljković (Serbian Cyrillic: Божидар "Божо" Маљковић; born 20 April 1952) is a Serbian professional basketball coach, one of the most successful in Europe, having won league titles with practically all the clubs he trained; including four Euroleague titles with three different clubs (Jugoplastika Split, Limoges, and Panathinaikos).In 2008, he was named one of the 50 Greatest Euroleague Contributors.

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  • Božidar "Boža" Maljković (Serbian Cyrillic: Божидар "Божо" Маљковић; born 20 April 1952) is a Serbian professional basketball coach, one of the most successful in Europe, having won league titles with practically all the clubs he trained; including four Euroleague titles with three different clubs (Jugoplastika Split, Limoges, and Panathinaikos).In 2008, he was named one of the 50 Greatest Euroleague Contributors. Most recently, he spent three years as head coach of the Slovenian national basketball team.His daughter Marina is a Serbian professional basketball coach, currently coaching Union Lyon Basket Féminin and Serbia women's national basketball team. (en)
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  • As head coach: *3× Yugoslav League champion *Yugoslav Cup winner *4× EuroLeague champion *Spanish Cup winner *2× French League champion *2× French Cup winner *Greek Cup winner *FIBA Intercontinental Cup champion *FIBA Korać Cup winner *Spanish League champion (en)
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  • My toughest game in my four years at Jugoplastika was without any doubt the very first time we faced Partizan. It was in Split versus their strong, powerful, and extremely talented side. I remember their club president Dragan Kićanović walking by my bench before the game, telling me provocatively: 'What's the matter, shitting your pants?' And I wasn't ashamed to admit to him that I was in fact very afraid. It was essential that we show we can play a team like that because we were still an unproven quantity. At halftime we had -6, and I remember going to the locker room paralyzed with fear, thinking: 'Maybe this is it for me and for this team. Maybe the more financially powerful clubs like Cibona will pillage half of my squad and lure Kukoč and Rađa away'. So, yes, that game was the toughest. In comparison, all the other ones, including the Euroleague final fours, were easy stuff. (en)
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