Anadolu Efes superstar Vasilije Micic considers moving to the NBA and feels he is ready to play in the best league in the world.
Micic is under contract with Efes, which includes an NBA out clause. His rights belong to the Oklahoma City Thunder, but the Serbian guard has no plans to play there and wants to join a contender.
“I’m still thinking about the NBA, this season I feel more ready to go there, if it happens it will happen. Some things have to happen for me to go there. I’m enjoying the moment and if that doesn’t happen, I’ll be very happy to stay with Anadolu Efes.
This year, I’m really willing to go there. I’m really in peace with myself about making that decision. Last summer, I wasn’t mentally ready because I wanted to stay in Europe for one more year.
Maybe, I was ready last year too, but now I feel more prepared to go there. There’s still some time left on my contract to make my decision. Whatever happens, I’m enjoying the moment,” Vasilije Micic told Sport24.gr, via Basketnews.
Vasilije Micic and Anadolu Efes have won back-to-back EuroLeague titles (2021, 2022), while the Serbian guard was also named the MVP of the Final Four in consecutive seasons. He averaged 18.2 points, 4.6 assists and 2.7 rebounds in 34 EuroLeague games last year.