|Born||7 May 1960|
Trebinje, PR Bosnia-Herzegovina, FPR Yugoslavia
|Died||29 July 2003 (aged 43)|
|Listed height||6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)|
|NBA draft||1982 / Undrafted|
|1997–1999||Česko 93 Sarajevo|
|Career highlights and awards|
He made the national team of Yugoslavia in the early nineties for the 1990 Goodwill Games, the second games which took place in Seattle, United States, along with Dražen Petrović, Toni Kukoč, Žarko Paspalj, Dino Rađa other great stars of Yugoslavian basketball.
- vs. Latvia he scored 36 points,
- vs. Estonia he scored 29 points,
- vs. Croatia he scored 28 points,
- vs. Sweden he scored 26 points.
Bilalović's mother Ševka Bajraktarević (1934 – 30 September 2013) was the older sister of Silvana Armenulić, famous folk singer in Yugoslavia. Her other sisters Mirjana Bajraktarević and Dina Bajraktarević also maintained folk singing careers of their own.
Bilalović died July 2003 during his vacation to the Croatian coastal town of Makarska from previously diagnosed heart condition. He died of a heart attack on the beach while swimming with his son.
- IN MEMORIAM: DINO BILALOVIĆ – 29/07/08
- "Sabahudin Bilalovic: The Bosnian who left in 2003" ACB. Retrieved 2018-05-29.
- EUROBASKET NEWS REPORT – 4/9/2009 KK BOSNA marks 30th Anniversary of winning European Champion title – (...) Mirza Delibasic Kindje and Sabahudin Dino Bilalovic have [passed] away, but they will be remembered by all KK Bosna fans forever. (...)
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