Dejan Milojević, the esteemed assistant coach of the Golden State Warriors, recently passed away, leaving behind a legacy in the world of basketball.

Cause of Death

At this time, the specific cause of Milojević’s death is not publicly known. He was hospitalized following a medical emergency at a team dinner in Salt Lake City​​​​. However, some reports claim that he suffered a heart attack.


Dejan Milojević was born on April 15, 1977, making him 46 years old at the time of his passing​​.

Personal Life

While much of his personal life remained private, it is believed that Milojević led a fulfilling family life. He managed to keep details about his wife and children away from the public eye, maintaining a low profile on social media​​.

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Golden State Warriors

Milojević joined the Golden State Warriors as an assistant coach in 2021. His tenure with the team was marked by his significant contributions to their strategies and player development​​.


Milojević’s basketball journey began in his hometown club, Beovuk. He emerged as a formidable player in the YUBA League club FMP, winning the league MVP award in 1999. His playing career included stints in Serbia, Spain, Turkey, and Montenegro, where he honed his skills and emerged as a leading player. After a remarkable playing career, Milojević transitioned into coaching. He first took the helm at Mega Vizura and later joined Buducnost. His coaching journey reached a pinnacle when he joined the NBA as an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors​​​​.

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A Legacy Remembered

Dejan Milojević’s contribution to basketball, both as a player and a coach, was significant. His journey from the courts of Yugoslavia to the NBA sidelines as a respected coach is a testament to his dedication and skill in the sport.