Former Knick Darko Milicic pronounced he ‘got dipsomaniac before practices’
Darko Milicic is opening adult about his dim days in a NBA.
In an talk with Serbian news site B92.net, after translated by Reddit NBA and Yahoo! Sports, a former No. 2 collect pronounced he would splash before practices and blamed himself for how his 10-year career in a NBA played out.
“As a No. 2 collect entrance from Europe, we suspicion we was sent by God,” Milicic said. “So we got into fights, got dipsomaniac before practices, spiting everyone, yet we was spiting myself.”
After being taken by a Pistons with a No. 2 collect in a 2003 draft, Milicic never lived adult to a hype. He averaged usually 8.8 points a diversion in his career while personification for 6 opposite NBA teams. He will perpetually be famous as a man taken after LeBron James and before Carmelo Anthony.
“My knowledge in a NBA was a catastrophe, since I’m a innate winner,” Milicic said. “I don’t like losing, even in label games. That’s a Darko that came to a U.S., yet after Detroit we spent time on teams that were classical gangs going from city to city and losing games, and sadly we kinda get used to that.”
Milicic quickly spent time with a Knicks during a 2009-2010 season. The Knicks traded Quentin Richardson for him, yet Milicic would usually play 8 games for a team.
“After that, we went to New York, where we continued doing foolish stuff. The manager finally got fed up, so we was doing push-ups and sit-ups during games and celebration milkshakes in a gym. So, we motionless to go behind to Europe. we was immature adequate and could still get behind on track,” Milicic said.
Instead of going to play in Europe, Milicic finished adult removing traded to a Timberwolves even yet he told then-Minnesota GM David Kahn not to trade for him since “I’ll hurt your team. I’ll f–k adult a group chemistry.”
Milicic also suggested he battled basin while personification for a Grizzlies in a interview.
After quickly perplexing to be a kickboxer following his years in a NBA, Milicic is now operative during his plantation where he seems to have found a “peace of mind.”
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