Marko Ivanovic started his basketball career in 1978 at our club where he played for the next ten years. From 1989 to 1991 he played in Belgrade Partizan, together with Zarko Paspalj, Aleksandar Djordjevic, Predrag Danilovic ... From Belgrade he moved to Macedonia, where he spent one season in Godel Rabotnicki from Skopje, and in the 1992 / 93 played for the Greek Apollo from Parte. He then returned to Rabotnicki, where he spent three seasons (1993 - 1996). With them he has won three Macedonian Champion titles and twice the National Cup. After working for Rabotnicki he spent two seasons in the Podgorica Future and won the National Cup of Yugoslavia with them. In the 1998/99 season he was in Beobanka from Belgrade. He came to Hemofarm as a seasoned reinforcer in 1999 and spent two seasons there. He played the finals of Radivoj Korac's last International Cup with the citizens of Vršac. He moved to Primorska from Bar in 2001 and ended his rich playing career in the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia, at BC Levski Ekopetroleum. He has made over 100 appearances in various representative selections. With the Yugoslavian cadet national team he was European Champion in 1979 in Damascus (Syria) and with the Junior European Vice-Champion in 1980 in Celje. In the senior competition, he won a silver medal at the 1983 World Championships in Sao Paulo (Brazil). In the same year, he won silver at the Edmonton Universiade (Canada). In the national team of Yugoslavia he played together with Dragan Kicanovic, Drazen Dalipagic, Drazen Petrovic, Moko Slavnic, Kresimir Cosic ... The director of BC Hemofarm STADA was from 2003 to 2011. Since 2012 he has been the director of the Borac Basketball Club.