Golubovic is a relative unknown, even to basketball fans in his country, considering that most of the time he wasnt able to crack Serbias youth national teams. On the rare occasion when he got a roster spot, it was strictly as a bench warmer outside of the regular rotation. He played only in the Serbian league this season, which is a secondary competition to the regional Adriatic league. He is still a backup Center like he was a year ago while playing in the Adriatic league, and the lack of improvement in his statistics could probably be insightful about his long term potential.
Golubovic lacks the kind of fundamentals and basketball IQ that usually correlate with the Serbian basketball school. He is a pretty raw physical specimen who possesses great size and strength for a youngster, but his athleticism is not up to par. Golubovic shows concerning footspeed, and he doesnt have much lift getting of the ground. That combined with his modest skill-set will probably not be enough to warrant him a 2nd round selection. He is a good space-eater for Vojvodina in the middle and shows some nice fundamentals rebounding the ball or finishing well in the paint. He can get some offense through his ability to release a hook shot, but he usually doesnt touch the ball that much on offense. With his combination of athletic ability and skill-set, Golubovic hardly looks primed to become anything more than a role-player at the highest level in Europe, unless dramatic improvement is made. Right now, his chances of getting drafted seem slim to none.