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The last three years you established yourself step by step to the highest level of basketball! Why all the previous seasons you played in a lower level, not even in Euroleague? It was your mistake or just a matter of luck and bad timing? How do you explain the late explosion in your career? Pero Antic: “It was my fault and a mistake of the agents I had hired.. Nobody has taken time to talk with me and tell me what is the best way for me to succeed. We always went for the bigger money in the smaller teams… Plus there’s my explosive character. I think this character made coaches afraid of taking me to their teams.. All that changed when I had my first talk with Misko and then with coach Duda Ivkovic”. EuroHoops.net

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Pero Antic, at his first game in the NBA playoffs, did not step back when David West of the Pacers had something to tell him. The two players got nose-to-nose during Game 1 of the NBA Playoffs between Hawks and Pacers. Sportando

April 7, 2014 Updates

The rest of the Pacers said Hibbert's benching was the result of a poor matchup against Atlanta's Paul Millsap and Pero Antic. "I was surprised just because it's never happened," forward Paul George said about Hibbert's benching, "but it was just a tough matchup for Roy. To have a five-man who can stretch the floor, put the ball on the ground and shoot perimeter shots. It was just a tough cover because Roy's great at protecting the rim and being in the paint and Antic really had him on the perimeter the whole night." ESPN.com

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The Hawks will have at least one representative at the NBA All-Star weekend next month. Pero Antic, the 31-year-old rookie from Macedonia, was selected to participate in the Rising Stars Challenge. The game will be played Friday, Feb. 14 as part of the weekend in New Orleans that culminates with the All-Star Game two days later. The game features first- and second-year players. “I would like to thank my teammates, the coaching staff and Hawks organization,” Antic said in a statement released by the team and also via his Twitter account. “I am proud to represent the city of Atlanta and my home country of Macedonia in New Orleans!” Atlanta Journal-Constitution

January 23, 2014 Updates

Atlanta Hawks forward/center Pero Antic suffered a mild right ankle sprain against the Brooklyn Nets in London on Jan. 16. X-rays taken following the game were negative and he continued to play without missing games. An MRI and examination today by Dr. Ashok Reddy at Peachtree Orthopaedics in Atlanta revealed a stress fracture to his right ankle. Pero Antic will now be placed in a protective walking boot. The expected recovery time is approximately two-to-four weeks and his status will be updated as appropriate. NBA.com

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