Aleks Marić

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Aleksandar Marić (Serbian Cyrillic: Александар "Алекс“ Марић, born 22 October 1984) is an Australian-Serbian former professional basketball player. Marić gained a reputation as a winner over the course of his successful European career, securing contracts with several basketball powerhouse outfits. Rising to stardom at Partizan Belgrade in 2010, he was part of a Serbian Cup and Adriatic League championship winning team, as well as an All-EuroLeague First Team member. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Aleks Marić has received more than 83,271 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Aleks Marić is the 862nd most popular basketball player (down from 738th in 2019), the 572nd most popular biography from Australia (down from 483rd in 2019) and the 10th most popular Australian Basketball Player.

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Among basketball players, Aleks Marić ranks 862 out of 1,264Before him are Lindsey Hunter, John Amaechi, Miha Zupan, Matthew Nielsen, Alba Torrens, and Mario Hezonja. After him are Marcus Smart, Jay Williams, Raško Katić, Raymond Felton, Alex Len, and Ricky Davis.

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Among people born in 1984, Aleks Marić ranks 778Before him are Gary Clark Jr., Saad Al-Harthi, Karl Svensson, Andrey Yeshchenko, Emerse Faé, and Francesco Lodi. After him are Martin Smedberg-Dalence, JTG, Gilsinho, Raymond Felton, Tigran L. Petrosian, and Mladen Božović.

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In Australia

Among people born in Australia, Aleks Marić ranks 572 out of 790Before him are Aziz Behich (1990), Matthew Reilly (1974), John Millman (1989), Craig Moore (1975), Mahé Drysdale (1978), and Matthew Nielsen (1978). After him are Nathan Deakes (1977), Sam Groth (1987), Andrew Nabbout (1992), Alice Englert (1994), Ben Halloran (1992), and Matthew Dellavedova (1990).


Among basketball players born in Australia, Aleks Marić ranks 10Before him are Andrew Bogut (1984), David Andersen (1980), Ben Simmons (1996), Joe Ingles (1987), Patty Mills (1988), and Matthew Nielsen (1978). After him are Matthew Dellavedova (1990), Nathan Jawai (1986), Penny Taylor (1981), Tully Bevilaqua (1972), Ryan Broekhoff (1990), and Kristi Harrower (1975).