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Marcelo Huertas
Marcelo HUERTAS (Brazil)
DOB: 5/25/1983
Place of birth: Sao Paulo, BRA (Brazil)
Height: 190cm/6'3"
Weight: -
Position: Guard
Main statistics
Points per game 3.8
Rebounds per game 1.6
Assists per game 1.8
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Career: Pinheiros (Brazil, 2002-03), Paulistano (Brazil, 2003-04), Joventut Badalona (Spain-ACB, 2004-06).

Marcelinho is coming off an outstanding season with Spanish powerhouses Badalona. He was a key reserve during the FIBA EuroCup run, scoring 12 points in the final against Russian team Khimki Moscow.

Initially a natural shooting guard, Huertas has managed to become a reliable playmaker, even though he remains a deadly outside shooter. A very nice athlete, Marcelinho showed that his understanding of the game was far more developed than anyone had expected. His ability to read and react to almost every offensive situation made him a constant threat with the ball in his hands. While many of the young players from this generation tend to bring a new defensive flavor to the Brazilian team, Huertas relates to the old generation, struggling to defend his opponent one-on-one.

 
 
PARTICIPATION IN FIBA COMPETITION
 Competition   PPG   RPG   APG 
 FIBA Americas Championship for Men 2013  8.5  2.5   6.5 
 Jenaro "Tuto" Marchand Continental Cup 2013  11  3   4.3 
 Olympic Men 2012  11.3  2.2   6 
 FIBA Americas Championship 2011  11.6  2.6   5 
 Jenaro "Tuto" Marchand Continental Cup 2011  10.3  3.3   4.3 
 FIBA World Championship 2010  11.2  1.7   5.8 
 FIBA Americas Championship for Men 2009  7.8  4.5   4.9 
 Marchand Continental Cup 2009  4  2.3   3.7 
 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men 2008  13.3  1.7   2.3 
 Pan American Games: Tournament for Men 2007  7  1.2   1.2 
 FIBA Americas Championship 2007  2.9  1.3   1.4 
 Marchand Continental Cup 2007  2.3  0.3   1.3 
 Stankovic Continental Champions Cup 2006  5.7  0.7   1.7 
 EuroCup 2006  5.3  1.7   2.9 
 South American Championship for Men 2006  16.8  1.5   4 
 FIBA World Championship 2006  3.8  1.6   1.8 
 FIBA Americas Championship for Men 2005  3  1.3   0.6 
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