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Hall of Fame - Players
Oscar Schmidt
Carmo de Souza
Zenny de Azevedo
Amaury Passos
Marcos Leite
Ubiratan Maciel
Wlamir Marques

Hall of Fame - Coaches
Ary Vidal
Marcel de Souza
Togo Soares




Oscar Schmidt Basketball Career

Oscar Schmidt basketball
player Oscar Schmidt
Oscar Schmidt
Born: Feb.16, 1958
Full name: Oscar Daniel Bezerra Schmidt
Player: 206-F:
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Outlook:
Franchise player. Charismatic and team leader. The best shooter around. Former Brazilian National Team's player. Holds many scoring records around the world.Has played in Europe for 13 years.
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Career::
1975-1976: Palmeiras
1978-1979: Sirio Sao Paulo
1979-1980: Sirio Sao Paulo
1980-1981: Sirio Sao Paulo
1981-1982: Sirio Sao Paulo
1982-1983: Caserta (IT2-1)
1983-1984: Caserta (IT2-1)
1984-1985: Caserta (IT2-1)
1985-1986: Caserta (IT2-1)
1986-1987: Caserta (IT2-1)
1987-1988: Caserta (IT2-1)
1988-1989: Caserta (IT2-1)
1989-1990: Caserta (IT2-1)
1984: drafted by New Jersey Nets (NBA,6rd(131))
1991-1993: Pavia (Italy)
1993-1994: Forum Valladolid (Spain): Score-1(33.2), "3"-1(.42)
1994-1995: Forum Valladolid (Spain)
1995-1996: Corinthians: Score-1(30)
1996-1997: Corinthians: Score-1
1998: Banco Sao Paulo: Score-1
1999: Mackenzie Sao Paulo (1T): Score-1
1999-2000: Falmengo Petrobras (1T): Score-1(35.5), 4.2rpg, 1.7apg
2000-2001: Flamengo/Petrobras (1T): Score-1(33.3); LigaSudamericana: Score-1(32.8), 3.3rpg
2001-2002: Flamengo/Petrobras (1T): 34 games: 34.8ppg, 4.0rpg, 1.9apg, 3.3spg
2002-2003: Flamengo/Petrobras (1T): 31games: 33.1ppg, 4.0rpg, 2.0apg, 3.0spg
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Awards/Achievements:
Italian A1 All-Stars -83-91
Spanish ACB All-Stars -92
Brazilian National Team -78-96(1T)
Olympic Games -80,84,88,92
World Championships -78,82,86,90
Brazilian League Finalist -00
Latinbasket.com Brazilian League Most Valuable Domestic Player –00
Liga Sudamericana Semifinalist -01
Carioca League Regular Season Champion -01
Carioca League Play-Off Finalist -01
Latinbasket.com All-Brazilian League 1st Team -03
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Head Coach:
2004-2005: Telemar/Rio Pan 2007 Rio de Janeiro (Cariova League)


Carmo de Souza Basketball Career

Born: July 16, 1940
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Career:
Brazilian National Team
Died: 2008
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Awards/Achievements:
FIBA World Championship -59 (Gold), 63 (Gold), 70 (Silver)
Olympic Games -60 (Bronze), 64 (Bronze)


Zenny de Azevedo Basketball Career

Born: March 1, 1925
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Career:
Brazilian National Team
Died: 2001
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Awards/Achievements:
Olympic Games -48 (Bronze), 60 (Bronze)
FIBA World Championship -54 (Silver), 59 (Gold)
Pan American Games -51 (Bronze), 55 (Bronze), 59 (Bronze)


Amaury Passos Basketball Career

Born: Dec.11, 1935
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Career:
1949-1961: Clube de Regatas Tiete
1962-1965: C.R. Sirio
1966-1972: Corinthians SC (Gaucha)
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Awards/Achievements:
Brazilian League Champion -66, 69
Brazilian Sao Paulo League Champion -66, 68, 69
Olympic Games -60 (Bronze), 64 (Bronze)
FIBA World Championship -54 (Silver), 59 (Gold-MVP), 63 (Gold), 67 (Bronze)
Pan American Games -55 (Bronze), 63 (Silver)
FIBA's 50 Greatest Players in 1991
FIBA Hall of Fame in 2007


Marcos Leite Basketball Career

Born: March 23, 1952
Marquinhos Abdalla Leite
"Marquinhos"
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Career:
1973-1976: Pepperdine University
Fluminense
Flamengo
EC Bredesco
EC Sirio
Synudine Bologna (Italy)
Emerson Genova (Italy)
1976 NBA Draft (10th round, 162nd pick) - never played
Retired: 1989
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Awards/Achievements:
West Coast Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Year
FIBA World Championship -70 (Silver), 74, 78 (Bronze)


Ubiratan Maciel Basketball Career

Born: Jan.18, 1944
Ubiratan Pereira Maciel
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Career:
1960-1961: Clube Esperia
1961-1969: Corinthians
1969-1972: Venezia
1972: Trianon Clube
1972-1973: Sirio
1973-1978: Palmeiras
1978-1982: Sao Jose dos Campos
Died: 2002
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Awards/Achievements:
Olympic Games -64 (Bronze)
FIBA World Cup -63 (Gold), 67 (Bronze), 70 (Silver), 78 (Bronze)
Pan American Games -63 (Silver), 75 (Bronze), 79 (Bronze)
South American Championship -63 (Gold), 68 (Gold), 71 (Gold), 73 (Gold), 77 (Gold)
FIBA Hall of Fame 2010
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame 2010


Wlamir Marques Basketball Career

Born: July 16, 1937
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Career:
Sao Vicente
XV de Piracicaba
Corinthians
Tenis Clube Campinas
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Awards/Achievements:
Olympic Games -60 (Bronze), 64 (Bronze)
FIBA World Championship -54 (Silver), 59 (Gold), 63 (Gold), 70 (Silver)
Pan American Games -55 (Bronze), 59 (Bronze), 63 (Silver)
Brazilian League Champion -75
FIBA Basketball World Cup Most Valuable Player Award
FIBA's 50 Greatest Players 1991


Ary Vidal Basketball Career

Head Coach:
1994: Corinthians/Pitt
2000-2001: Sport Recife
2002: Uberlandia/UNIT
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Awards/Achievements:
Brazilian National Team -86-88,96
World Championships -86
Brazilian National League Champion -94
Olympic Games -96


Marcel de Souza Basketball Career

Marcel de Souza basketball
Marcel de Souza
Full name: Marcel Ranmon Ponikwar De Souza
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Player: 199-F:
1974-1975: EC Sirio (Brazil)
1975-1976: Bradley (NCAA)
1976-1983: EC Sirio (Brazil)
1983-1984: Caserta (Italy): $100,000
1984-1986: CA Monte Líbano (Brazil), in Dec '85 signed with Fabriano (Italy)
1986-1987: SC Corinthians Paulista (Brazil), in Dec '86 signed with Fabriano (Italy)
1987-1989: Fabriano (Italy)
1989-1990: CA Monte Líbano (Brazil)
1990-1992: Corinthians-RS (Brazil)
1992-1993: EC Sirio (Brazil)
1993-1994: SE Palmeiras (Brazil)
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Achievements:
Brazilian National Team member from 1973 to 1992
Olympic Games -80-84-88-92
World Championships - 74-78-82-86-90
Pan American Championships - 75-79-83-87-91
South American Championships - 76-77-79-83-85
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Head Coach:
1994-1997: Guarulhos (Brazil)
1997-1998: Banco Bandeirantes Sao Paulo (Brazil)
1998-2000: Pinheiros (Brazil)
2000-2001: Pinheiros (Brazil) and Jundiaí (Brazil-Female League)
2001-2002: Pinheiros (Brazil)
2003: Sao Bernardo Herbarium (Paulista League A2)
2004-2005: Databasket / Sao Bernardo (Paulista League)
2005: Tahitian Noni/Jundiaí (NLB Southern Div.)
2005-2006: Tahitian Noni/Jundiaí (NLB Southern Div.)
2010: G.R. Barueri (Paulista)
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Awards/Achievements:
Paulista League 2 Winner -03
Paulista League D-2 Coach of the Year -03


Togo Soares Basketball Career

Born: May 22, 1906
Togo Renan Soares
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Head Coach:
1948-1970: Flamengo
Died: 1992
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Awards/Achievements:
Rio de Janeiro League Champion 12 times (10 years in a row 1951-1960)
Olympic Games in Rome -60 (Bronze)
FIBA World Championship -54 (Silver), 59 (Gold), 63 (Gold), 67 (Bronze), 70 (Silver)
FIBA Hall of Fame in 2007
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