FC Bayern Munich extended the contract of Zan Mark Sisko for two more seasons, the Bavarians announced Friday. Sisko, 25, averaged 4.3 points and 2.9 assists in 27 EuroLeague games this past season.
He helped his team reach the EuroLeague playoffs for the second consecutive year. In three EuroLeague campaigns with Bayern, Sisko has averages of 4.4 points and 3.0 assists in 66 games, including 8 starts.
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“Zan Mark has developed into a pillar of our team thanks to his ability to steer a game, to play the right pass and also through his close connection to coach Trinchieri and his ideas,” explains FCBB sports director Daniele Baiesi.
The Slovenian point guard started his career in his home country playing with Union Olimpija Ljubljana and LTF Castings Skofja Loka. He also played for Croatian side Cibona Zagreb. He joined Bayern in 2019, and he will remain in the club for the fourth season in a row.
“We will give everything to get the titles and wins for our club and also for our fans who are always there for us,” Zisko said after signing his new contract.
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