Golden State Warriors assistant coach Dejan Milojevic was taken to a Utah hospital after suffering a medical emergency at team dinner, the team confirmed Wednesday.
While the team did not reveal the cause of the emergency, ESPN reported it was “a sudden and serious health issue” that struck Milojevic during a team dinner in Salt Lake City on Tuesday night, ESPN reported Wednesday.
“An update on Milojevic’s status will be provided as appropriate,” the team told The Athletic in a statement.
The Warriors were in Utah in advance of Wednesday night’s game against the Jazz.
Milojevic, who played professionally overseas for 14 years, was named the Adriatic League Most Valuable Player three times (2004-06).
He was head coach of KK Buducnost in Montenegro (2021) and KK Mega Basket in Serbia (2012-20) before serving as an assistant on coach Steve Kerr’s staff in Golden State since 2021.
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