12 Facts About Goran Suton


Goran Suton was born on 11 August 1985 and is a Bosnian-Croat former professional basketball player who last played for Movistar Estudiantes of the Liga ACB.


Goran Suton played college basketball with the Michigan State Spartans.


Goran Suton played for the Bosnian U14 side before his family moved to the US, where he attended Everett High School in Lansing, Michigan.


Goran Suton first rose to notability during his freshman season at Michigan State, when he notoriously missed a last-second layup in a hotly contested game against Gonzaga in the Maui Invitational.


Goran Suton developed into a key player for the Spartans during his career, earning second team All-Big Ten marks during his senior season.


Goran Suton helped the Spartans to an NCAA Final Four as a senior in 2009.


Goran Suton was especially effective during the 2009 Final Four run, holding USC star Taj Gibson to three points, and hitting a string of jump shots against Louisville on his way to scoring 19 points in the game.


Goran Suton was named Most Outstanding Player of the Midwest regional in 2009.


Goran Suton was chosen 50th overall by the Utah Jazz in the 2009 NBA draft.


Goran Suton signed a contract with Spartak St Petersburg of the Russian Basketball Super League on 2 November 2009.


On 5 August 2015, Goran Suton signed a new deal with Joventut Badalona for one more season after averaged 10.5 points and 6.5 rebounds in his first season in Liga ACB.


Goran Suton became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 2006.