Career: Kranj (Slovenia-Division 1A, 1991-94), Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-Division 1A, 1994-97), Phoenix Suns (NBA, 1997-98), Fenerbahçe (Turkey-TBL, 1998-99), Phoenix Suns (NBA, 1999), Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-Division 1A, 1999-2000), Real Madrid (Spain-ACB, 2000-01), Fortitudo Bologna (Italy-Lega, 2001-02), Roseto (Italy-Lega, 2002-03), Pesaro (Italy-Lega, 2003-06). Selected in the second round of the 1997 NBA draft (#34), by the Philadelphia Sixers.
Milic is widely considered one of the most explosive players in Europe ever; reputed for his high flying dunks, including one over a Honda convertible at an All-Star game at the age of 17. Athleticism runs through his veins. His father, Vladimir, was a shot putt champion in the former Yugoslavia.
Despite certain shortcomings regarding ball handling and shooting, Marko has had a remarkable career, including one year with the Phoenix Suns in the NBA. In Europe, he was a legitimate starter on every team he played with. Marko can be a mismatch nightmare for the majority of shooting guards and small forwards crossing his path. A defensive-minded swingman with tremendous energy, he also brings leadership and veteran experience to his country's national team.