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Andrés Nocioni
Andrés NOCIONI (Argentina)
DOB: 30.11.1979
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  8.8  5   0.8 
 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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