Massimo Masini

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Massimo Masini c. 1968 Personal information Born (1945-05-09) 9 May 1945 (age 71) Montecatini Terme, Italy Nationality Italian Listed height 2.08 m (6 ft 10 in) Listed weight 105 kg (231 lb) Position Center Career history ? Olimpia Milano Career highlights and awards 50 Greatest FIBA Players (1991) Medals Representing  Italy European Championships 1971 Germany Team Massimo Masini (born 9 May 1945) is a former Italian basketball player and coach. A 6 feet 10 (2.08 m) tall center, he spent the major part of his career playing for Olimpia Milano.[1] He won a Euroleague title in 1966 and two Saporta cups in 1970 and 1971. He represented Italy from 1963 to 1972 in international competitions, including 1964, 1968 and 1972 Olympics.[1] He won a Eurobasket bronze medal in 1971, averaging 6 points per game in the tournament.[2] References[edit] ^ a b Massimo Masini. Sports-reference ^ Massimo Masini. Fiba.com External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Massimo Masini. Fiba.com profile Sports-reference profile v t e Simmenthal Milano 1965–66 Euroleague Champions Bradley Thoren Masini Vianello Riminucci Iellini Pieri Longhi Ongaro Binda Gnocchi Fenelli Coach Rubini v t e Simmenthal Milano 1970–71 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup Winners Kenney Masini Bariviera Iellini Giomo Brumatti Bianchi Papetti Cerioni Paleari Gaggiotti Coach Rubini v t e Simmenthal Milano 1971–72 FIBA European Cup Winners' Cup Winners Kenney Masini Bariviera Iellini Giomo Brumatti Bianchi Iacuzzo Cerioni Borlenghi Ferrari Coach: Rubini v t e FIBA's 50 Greatest Players (1991) FIBA Europe Krešimir Ćosić Dražen Dalipagić Ivo Daneu Mirza Delibašić Vlade Divac Dragan Kićanović Radivoj Korać Toni Kukoč Dražen Petrović Dino Rađa Petar Skansi Zoran Slavnić Alexander Belov Sergei Belov Stepas Butautas Otar Korkia Šarūnas Marčiulionis Anatoly Myshkin Modestas Paulauskas Arvydas Sabonis Alexander Volkov Viktor Zubkov Wayne Brabender Francisco "Nino" Buscató Juan Corbalán Juan Antonio San Epifanio "Epi" Clifford Luyk Fernando Martín Emiliano Rodríguez Pier Marzorati Massimo Masini Dino Meneghin Antonello Riva Stanislav Kropilák Ivan Mrázek Jean-Paul Beugnot Alain Gilles Nikos Galis Georgios Kolokithas Willy Steveniers Atanas Golomeev Ferenc Németh Miki Berkovich FIBA Americas T 오야넷

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