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Mark Dickel
Mark DICKEL (New Zealand)
DOB: 12/21/1976
Place of birth: - (New Zealand)
Height: 187cm/6'2"
Weight: 84kg/185lbs
Position: Point Guard
Main statistics
Points per game 8.3
Rebounds per game 2.3
Assists per game 2.7
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Career: Otago Nuggets (New Zealand-NBL, 1993-96), UNLV (USA-NCAA Div. 1, 1996-2000), North Harbour (New Zealand-NBL, 2000), Victoria Titans (Australia-NBL, 2000-02), Wellington Saints (New Zealand-NBL, 2002), Fenerbahçe (Turkey-TBL, 2002-03), Otago Nuggets (New Zealand-NBL, 2003), Oostende (Belgium-BLB, 2003), Fenerbahçe (Turkey-TBL, 2004), Erdemirspor (Turkey-TBL, 2004-05), Lokomotiv Rostov (Russia-SuperLeague, 2005-06).

Mark Dickel started his career with the Otago Nuggets and was named the NBL rookie of the year in 1993 before committing to the University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV). In his senior year, he was named MVP of the MidWest Conference Tournament and is still the third all time leading passer at UNLV. At 30, Dickel has tremendous experience as he played in both the Australian and New Zealand NBL but also in Europe. He also competed in two Olympic Games and the 2002 FIBA World Championship with the Tall Blacks.

He's nicknamed "Sparky" for his speed that allows him to penetrate easily to the basket. But he is above all a playmaker with excellent passing skills which he has displayed all around the world. He knows how to make his teammates better and is a leader on the court. His father, Carl Dickel, was the coach of the Women's National Team at the 2000 Olympic Games.

 
 
PARTICIPATION IN FIBA COMPETITION
 Competition   PPG   RPG   APG 
 FIBA Oceania Championship 2011  3  2.5   2 
 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men 2007  4.7  2.7   0.3 
 EuroCup All-Star Day 2006  0  0   0 
 EuroCup 2006  10.1  4.3   3.6 
 FIBA World Championship 2006  8.3  2.3   2.7 
 FIBA Oceania Championship for Men 2005  9.3  4   4 
 FIBA Europe League 2004  6.6  3   2.9 
 Olympic Games: Tournament for Men 2004  9.3  3.5   4.5 
 Oceania Championship for Men 2003  7.7  5   2.3 
 World Championship for Men 2002  6.7  3.7   4.6 
 Olympic Games : Tournament for Men 2000  8.7  2.7   1.5 
 World Championship for Men '22 and Under' 1997  14.1  3.9   4.7 
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