About Peja Stojakovic Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
A Serbian basketball player for the New Orleans/ Oklahoma City Hornets in the NBA, Peja Stojakovic, was born in SFR, Yugoslavia on June 9, 1977.
Peja’s career in basketball started in his early age. He was 16 years of age when he moved to Greece just to be able to play in a professional basketball. He settled with the PAOK BC and spent four seasons with the team. Peja was named the league’s Most Valuable Player after his final season that makes the Peja Stojakovic of the Kings
action 8x10 photo a great remembrance of his victory. He had recorded averaging points of 23.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.2 steals. In the 1996 NBA Draft, he was selected by the Kings as the 14th over-all pick in the first round. He played for two years in the NBA All- Star Game, in 2001 to 2002. He reached career highs in his shooting percentage of .484 and his three-point percentage of .416.
Though Peja’s scoring average dropped off slightly in the following year, he again played in the All- Star Game. After the 2002 season, Peja was selected again in the All-Star game and was voted to the All-NBA 2nd Team that makes the Peja Stojakovic of the Kings action 8x10 photo a very important item for numerous fans of Stojakovic. He was traded on January 25, 2006 to the Indiana Pacers and again traded in the same year to the New Orleans/ Oklahoma City Hornets.
Get a chance to own and take home some of Stojakovic’s sports stuffs like his Peja Stojakovic of the Kings action 8x10 photo in Sportsmemorabilia.com. His name is misspelled sometimes by people as Pejaa Stojakovic, Peja Stohakovic, Pejja Stojakovic, Peja Stojakkovic, Peja Stojakovik and Peha Stojakkovic.