Player Profile & Statistics
Pablo Prigioni
Pablo PRIGIONI (Argentina)
DOB: 5/17/1977
Place of birth: - (Argentina)
Height: 191cm/6'3"
Weight: -
Position: -
Main statistics
Points per game 7.1
Rebounds per game 2.9
Assists per game 4.6
 Player Profile
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Career: Obras Sanitarias (Argentina, 1998-99), Fuenlabrada (Spain-ACB, 1999-2001), Alicante (Spain-LEB, 2001-02), Alicante (Spain-ACB, 2002-03), Tau Vitoria (Spain-ACB, 2003-08).

For years, Pablo Prigioni had been waiting in the shadow of Pepe Sanchez. Never mind that he was a solid member of his Spanish giantsTau Ceramica. When it came time to play for the National Team, Prigioni wasn’t able to unseat Sanchez as the starting playmaker and only made it to minor competitions. Once Sanchez retired from Argentina duty in March, Prigioni became the undisputed number one point guard of Argentina. Last summer, he was in the starting line-up at the FIBA Americas Championship with good friend and former Tau Ceramica teammate Luis Scola and provided a steady hand as the Albiceleste won silver to qualify for Beijing. In 2008, Prigioni had the best season of his club career as Tau swept Sanchez’s Barcelona 3-0 to win the ACB title.

 Competition   PPG   RPG   APG 
 Olympic Men 2012  4.2  1.8   6.5 
 FIBA Americas Championship 2011  9.8  2.3   4.7 
 FIBA World Championship 2010  7.4  2.7   6.4 
 FIBA Americas Championship for Men 2009  10.1  2.6   7.4 
 FIBA Diamond Ball Tournament for Men 2008  4  2.3   5.7 
 Olympic Games: Tournament Men 2008  7.1  2.9   4.6 
 FIBA Americas Championship 2007  8.2  3   6.3 
 Marchand Continental Cup 2007  5.7  1.7   5 
 FIBA World Championship 2006  0.9  1.7   2.6 
 South American Championship for Men 2004  9.5  1.8   4.3 
 South American Championship for Men 2003  8.8  2.3   4.3 
 Korac Cup 2000  6.5  1.3   1 

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