I have never met a person so indulged in the sport of basketball like Rajko Toroman, even in this basketball-crazy nation.
A typical day for this man would be to have breakfast in front of a TV showing a basketball game, going to basketball practices and meetings, and then coming back home to relax over another basketball game on TV, until it’s time to call it a day.
Toroman follows most of the major basketball events worldwide, including the NBA, Euro League, PBA, UAAP, NCAA and most of the major leagues in Europe and Asia. Perhaps it’s this obsession with the sport that made him love working in the Philippines.
“This is the most crazy country for basketball that’s why I like working here. I like to stay here because of the high level of basketball and the fans’ passion for the game,” said the Serbian coach who worked five years in the country. He was the head coach of the National Men’s team known as Smart Gilas from 2008 to 2011, and later on consultant of PBA teams Petron andRead More »from Rajko Toroman left his heart in the Philippines