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Famous Red Star basketball player, Michael Ojo dies during training



Michael Olalekan Ojo Death

Real Name: Michael Olalekan Ojo
Age: 27 yrs
Death Date: 8 August 2020
Death Place: US
Cause Of Death: Heart Attack


Famous basketball player Michael Ojo , a Red Star player, passed away today in individual training, from the consequences of a heart attack !

The Nigerian center was 27 years old, and since 2017 he has been a member of the FMP from Zeleznik , then the red and whites , the portal has learned .

Majkl Odzo has been playing for Crvena Zvezda for the last two seasons.

Ojo attended Florida State University from 2012 to 2017.

Michael Olalekan Ojo was born on January 5, 1993, he was a Nigerian-American professional basketball player who last played for Crvena zvezda of the ABA League. He competed in college basketball for Florida State.

Michael on August 17, 2017, was signed a multi-year contract with the FMP.

After a good year in the Serbian and Adriatic League, on July 18, 2018, Ojo inked a two-year deal with Serbian club Crvena zvezda

He made 131 appearances for the Florida State team , averaging 2.7 points and 2.5 rebounds per game.

The entire 2015/16 season. he missed due to a knee injury. He was not selected in the 2017 NBA Draft .

Already on August 17, 2017 , he signed a multi-year contract with FMP. During the 2017/18 season, Ojo averaged 12 points and 6 rebounds in the ABA League, while in the Super League he had an enviable average of 14 points with 6 rebounds, and with his game he significantly contributed to FMP’s placement in the Super League finals. Of Serbia .

It has been rumored since May that the Nigerian could leave Mali Kalemegdan because he does not fit into the vision of the team led by Sasa Obradovic.

Ojo was the most rapidly improving player in the ACC and quite possibly in all of college basketball. He enters his third season of college basketball with a clear understanding of what is expected of him as a basketball player.

His most important improvement has come in the area of his increased stamina he averaged nearly seven minutes played more per game as a sophomore when compared to his freshman season.

The number will necessarily increase this season as he grows into his junior season, Seminole head coach Leonard Hamilton always preaches that his players enjoy their best improvement between their sophomore and junior seasons

Michael has spent much of the last two summers (between his freshman and sophomore and between his sophomore and junior years) studying film of former Seminole and current Dallas Maverick Bernard James has also learned a great deal from Florida StateS Associate Head Coach Stan Jones whose tireless work with the mammoth post player has helped him turn the corner toward becoming a dominating center in the game of college.

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