CSKA Moscow dominant center Nikola Milutinov talked to BasketNews' Martyna Motum in the latest And One episode regarding various interesting topics, including a special relationship with Greece, lifestyle in Moscow, and the first steps of the investment world.

Points this season

Points made: 79,2
Accuracy: 44,4%
Place in standings: 6
Record max: 100
Record min: 65
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However, the most intriguing part of the interview touched on Milutinov's childhood accident, which literally changed his life.

Asked about, what paved the basketball path, the Serbian big man shared a story regarding his first tried sport.

"I have to start from the beginning. My parents send me to swimming because they wanted some kind of healthy sport for me to develop my body. When I was around 7 years old, I slipped at the edge of the pool and I broke my chin. After that, I just decided to stop," Milutinov revealed the unlucky incident.

According to the 27-year-old, basketball choice was his own decision. He requested his dad to begin a new stage of his childhood.

"My father told me that, when I recovered from the stitches and everything, I asked him: 'I want to go play basketball'. I do not know why I requested it but he told me that it was my decision. Then he found some basketball school for beginners and this is how I started," finished CSKA player.

Check the full And One episode here:

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