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Juan-Carlos Navarro
Juan-Carlos NAVARRO (Spain)
DOB: 6/13/1980
Place of birth: - (Spain)
Height: 191cm/6'3"
Weight: 79kg/174lbs
Position: Guard
Main statistics
Points per game 14
Rebounds per game 2.7
Assists per game 2.1
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Career: Barcelona (Spain-ACB, 1997-2006). Selected in the second round of the 2002 NBA draft (#40), by the Washington Wizards.

A star to follow at the 2006 World Championships. Navarro arrives at Japan after a turnaround 2005-06 season, where he placed only behind Germany's Dirk Nowitzki in 2005 Eurobasket scoring average, achieved ACB MVP and Euroleague All-Team honours while becoming the leader of European powerhouse Winterthur FC Barcelona.

Navarro is a super scorer. His weak and innocent first look hide a killer instinct and loads of talent - all oriented to score. Superb long range shooting, he can nail the three from anywhere and in any situation. But due to his quickness, ball handling and dribbling abilities, he will also put the ball on the floor to drive and score one of his "Bombas", a very particular floating lay-up that has given him the nickname of "La bomba" (the bomb).

 
 
PARTICIPATION IN FIBA COMPETITION
 Competition   PPG   RPG   APG 
 Olympic Men 2012  11.2  3.5   2.3 
 EuroBasket 2011  18.7  1.5   3 
 FIBA World Championship 2010  16.9  1.3   3 
 EuroBasket 2009  13.2  1.9   2.6 
 Olympic Games: Tournament Men 2008  6.5  1.6   1.3 
 EuroBasket 2007  11.4  1   1.4 
 FIBA World Championship 2006  14  2.7   2.1 
 EuroBasket 2005  25.2  1.8   2.2 
 Olympic Games: Tournament for Men 2004  10.3  1.3   1.3 
 European Championship for Men 2003  16.1  2.4   1.7 
 World Championship for Men 2002  14.6  1.9   2.1 
 European Championship for Men 2001  15  1.3   3.3 
 EuroLeague Men 2000  7.7  1.3   1.3 
 European Championship for Young Men 2000  12.2  2   2.7 
 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men 2000  9.2  0.6   0.8 
 Korac Cup 1999  3.7  0   0.7 
 World Championship for Junior Men 1999  18.6  1.8   2.1 
 EuroLeague Men 1998  0  0   0.3 
 European Championship for Junior Men 1998  17.9  1.2   1.7 
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