One of the greatest shooters in NBA history has decided to step away from the game on Monday after 13 seasons. Peja Stojakovic decided that after being a role player on the 2010-11 NBA champion Dallas Mavericks, that he will officially retire.
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Peja will always be remembered for his time with the highly successful Sacramento Kings from 1998-06 and was able to contribute in Rick Carlisle's offense when asked upon. During his time in Europe, Stojakovic was a 3-time Eurobasket Player of the Year. During his time in the NBA, he was a 3-time all-star.
Stojakovic also won the 3-point competition in consecutive years in 2002 and 2003 at the All-Star game.
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