Drobnjak had spells with the Seattle SuperSonics, the LA Clippers, and the Atlanta Hawks, and indeed was the only player on the Sonics roster during the 2001/02 season to play in all 82 regular season games.
The Montenegrin born centre was also a member of the Serbia and Montenegro national team that won the 2002 World Championship.
Last summer Drobnjak signed a massive three-year contract with Spanish side TAU Ceramica, but left after just one disappointing season where he averaged just 5.3ppg in both the Euroleague and the Spanish league.
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Partizan fans will hoping Drobnjak can rediscover his old NBA form for them this season, especially as the club lost the ever popular Dejan Milojevic to Spanish side Pamesa Valencia in the summer.
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