Buducnost Podgorica (Montenegro-Superleague)
Career: Red Star Belgrade (Serbia-Superleague, 2003-04), Egronom Best Nis (Serbia-Superleague, 2004-05), ENBW Ludwigsburg (Germany-Bundsliga, 2005-06), KK Zagreb (Croatia-A1, 2006), Hemofarm Vrsac (Serbia-Superleague, 2006-07), Fuenlabrada (Spain-ACB, 2007-08), Olimpias Patron (Greece-ESAKE, 2008), Asseco Prokom (Poland-PLK, 2008-09), Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-SKL, 2009), Aliaga Petkim (Turkey-TBL, 2009), KK Borak Cacak (Serbia-BLS, 2010), Buducnost Podgorica (Montenegro-Superleague 20010-11)
It's been a bitter-sweet year for Aleksej Nesovic having suffered a broken leg in January which sidelined him for three months before he returned for the play-offs in April to win the Montenegrin Championship Finals with his team. A hard-nosed guard whose main strengths are not necessarily putting up big numbers but playing good defence and intangibles when on court, he is a vastly experienced player who has played all over Europe, including various European club competitions. Last summer his value to the team was indicated by one important number and that was the amount of time he spent on court - almost 30 minutes per game.