Dragic was named the MVP of the tournament for his stellar play, which was cemented by a clutch 35-point effort against Serbia.
The Dragon went off for a whopping 20 points alone in the 10-minute second period to help Slovenia build a nine-point lead at intermission.
Dragic, who is the only active NBA player on Slovenia’s roster, finished with an impressive 12-of-22 from the field to go along with seven rebounds and three assists.
— James Johnson (@IamJJ16) September 17, 2017
Dragic now has about one week before the start of the Heat’s training camp, which opens with media day at American Airlines Arena on Sept. 25.