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Andrés Nocioni
Andrés NOCIONI (Argentina)
DOB: 11/30/1979
Place of birth: - (Argentina)
Height: 201cm/6'7"
Weight: 103kg/227lbs
Position: Small Forward
Main statistics
Points per game 13.4
Rebounds per game 5.2
Assists per game 0.8
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Career: Independiente General Pico (Argentina, 1997-99), Tau Vitoria (Spain-ACB, 1999-2000), Manresa (Spain-LEB, 2000-01), Tau Vitoria (Spain-ACB, 2001-04), Chicago Bulls (USA-NBA, 2004-06)

"El Chapu" said it right a few days before the end of the NBA season: he can't wait to play in "the real world championship", meaning the NBA world champion is only a national champion. The former ACB Most Valuable Player, Nocioni is without a doubt the rising star for Argentina. Fearless, Nocioni has been able to repeat what Ginobili did a few years before him. He brought to the NBA a style, a combination which had never been seen before. A 2.01 m forward who can play three positions, just like Ginobili (except Nocioni plays between the 2 and the 4).

Nocioni is a nice shooter who can also drive but is also much more than that. Just like "El Manu", "El Chapu" has an unmatched flavour in his game. He has a Latin flamboyance which you can't understand unless you see it in action. He also exhibits an assertive style with the sole purpose of winning by any means necessary. Not a dirty player, Nocioni fears nothing, second guesses nothing and always puts his life on the line.

 
 
PARTICIPATION IN FIBA COMPETITION
 Competition   PPG   RPG   APG 
 FIBA Basketball World Cup 2014  12.7  6.3   1 
 Olympic Men 2012  10.4  4.1   1.4 
 FIBA Americas Championship 2011  12.1  5.9   1 
 FIBA Diamond Ball Tournament for Men 2008  13.3  6.7   0.7 
 Olympic Games: Tournament Men 2008  12.6  6.3   0.9 
 FIBA World Championship 2006  13.4  5.2   0.8 
 FIBA Diamond Ball Tournament for Men 2004  9.3  5.7   1.7 
 Olympic Games: Tournament for Men 2004  10  3.8   0.8 
 Panamerican Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men 2003  12.4  4.5   2 
 World Championship for Men 2002  12.8  4.8   1.1 
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