Unicaja Malaga (Spain-ACB)Career:
Borik Puntamika (Croatia-B1, 1999-00); Cibona Zagreb (Croatia-A1, 2001-02); Karlovac (Croatia-A1, 2002-03); Dubrava Zagreb (Croatia-A1, 2003-04); Braunschweig (Germany-BBL, 2004); Dubrovnik (Croatia-A1, 2005); Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-1A, 2005); Postojna (Slovenia-1A, 2005); Dubrovnik (Croatia-A1, 2006); Sibenik (Croatia-A1, 2006-07), Cibona Zagreb (Croatia-A1, 2007-08); Zabok (Croatia-A1, 2008); KK Zagreb (Croatia-A1, 2008-11); Unicaja Malaga (Spain-ACB, 2011-13)
After a breakout season in 2009-10, Zoric was called up to the national team, making his debut at the 2010 FIBA World Championship. His career skyrocketed since then, as big the man continued putting up numbers to match his size in the Adriatic League, and later Euroleague and Spanish ACB after his move to Unicaja in 2011. However, Zoric still needs to match those double-digit figures from club level in the national team jersey. Last year in the Qualification Round he averaged a mere 7.8 points and four rebounds. With athleticism around the rim, and the ability to regularly sink mid-range jumpers, this is a chance for Zoric to let his abilities shine as he has all the tools to be an integral part of Croatia's team.