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Kaspars Kambala

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Karlis Muiznieks
Valdis Valters
Igors Miglinieks
Gundars Vetra
Ainars Bagatskis
Roberts Stelmahers

Kaspars Kambala Basketball Career

Kaspars Kambala basketball
player Kaspars Kambala
Kaspars Kambala (Photo: Unics)
Born: Dec.13, 1978 in Riga (Latvia)
Personal: Son of Guntars and Elita Kambala. Has two brothers (Kristars and Andis) ... Nickname is Kas.
He is the consummate banger who has a tremendous work ethic. He sacrifices his body on both sides of the court. Offensively, he can run the floor and has the soft touch with great hands. One of the strongest players in the country. Still learning to play and has potential to be a much better player. Not a true 6-9, but is as strong.
1993-1994: SWH/Dumle(Riga,LBL)
1994-1995: Rigas laiks(LBL)
1996-1997: Mequon, WI / Homestead HS
1997-1998: UNLV (NCAA, starting five): 32 games: 11.6ppg, 7.4rpg, FGP: 52.1%, FT: 72.1%
1998-1999: UNLV (NCAA, starting five): 22 games: 12.8ppg, 6.5rpg, FGPWA C-1(64.5%), FT: 63.6%
1999-2000: UNLV (NCAA, starting five): 31 games: ScoreMWC-2(18.5ppg), RebMWC-2(9.3rpg), 1.2apg, FGP: 52.7%, FT: 69.9%
2000-2001: UNLV (NCAA, starting five): 28 games: ScoreMWC-3(16.9ppg), RebMWC-2(9.1rpg), 1.0apg, FGP: 54.2%, FT: 72.9%: Finished career at UNLV as the school's all-time leader in free throws made (507), ranking fourth in rebounding (921) and eighth in scoring (1,699 points).
2001: NBA Draft candidate
2001: Desert Classic Tournament in Phoenix
2001: Los Angeles Pro-Am Summer League (Memphis Grizzlies)
2001-2002: Efes Pilsen Istanbul (Turkey): Euroleague stats: 20 games: 16.9ppg, 6.9rpg, 8ast; Turkish League: 31games: 13.1ppg, 6.5rpg, 19ast, 0.9spg
2002-2003: Efes Pilsen Istanbul (Turkey): Euroleague: 20 games: 17.1ppg, 7.9rpg, 1.1spg; Turkish D1 League: 33 games: 16.1ppg, 6.9rpg, 1.0apg
2003: Reebok Pro Summer League in Boston (San Antonio Spurs): 6games 8.8ppg 4.5rpg
2003-2004: Real Madrid (Spain-ACB): ULEB Cup: 15 games: 13,5ppg, 4.9rpg, 1.1spg; Spanish ACB: 36 games: 16.6ppg, 5.7rpg
2004-2005: Unics Kazan (Russia-A Superleague):FIBA Europe League: 16 games: 13.9ppg, 5.7rpg, 5ast, FGP: 54.1%; Russian A Superleague: 45 games: 14.2ppg, 6.3rpg, 2FGP: 55.0%
2005-2006: Fenerbahce Istanbul (Turkey-D1, starting five): FIBA Europe Cup: 12 games: 17.3ppg, 5.5rpg, 1.0apg, 2FGP: 55.8%, FT: 72.7%; Turkish League: 32 games: 13.6ppg, 6.6rpg, 1.0apg, 1.0spg, 2FGP: 51.0%, FT: 63.0%
2006-2007: Fenerbahce Ulker Istanbul (Turkey-D1, starting five): Euroleague: 13 games: 15.8ppg, 5.1rpg, 2FGP: 60.8%, FT: 76%; Turkish League: 14 games: 12.1ppg, 3.8rpg, 1.0apg, 2FGP-1(62.7%), FT: 63.3%
2007: Suspended for 2 years
2007-2008: spent a lot of time practicing as a boxer and stepped in the ring four times where he got 3 wins and one tie
2008-2009: In Jan.'09 signed at Enisey Krasnoyarsk (Russia-A Superleague, starting five): 16 games: 14.9ppg, 5.8rpg, FGP: 49.1%, FT: 72.9%
2009-2010: Enisey Krasnoyarsk (Russia-A Superleague, starting five): EuroChallenge: 12 games: 12.5ppg, 5.6rpg, FGP: 50.9%, FT: 66.7%; Russian League: 11 games: 14.5ppg, 6.1rpg, FGP: 59.0%, FT: 63.2%
2010-2011: Lukoil Academik Sofia (Bulgaria-NBL): Bulgarian League: 10 games: 14.4ppg, 6.7rpg, 1.1apg, FGP: 65.2%, FT: 82.8%; EuroChallenge: 6 games: 14.8ppg, 7.8rpg, FGP: 52.4%, FT: 74.2%; EuroCup Qualifying Round: 2 games: 13.0ppg, 2.5rpg, 1.5apg, in Dec.'10 moved to Aliaga Petkim (Turkey-TBL): 17 games: Score-2(20.2ppg), 7.1rpg, 1.1apg, FGP: 54.0%, FT: 76.5%; in May'11 signed at Mahram Tehran (Iran-Superleague)
2011-2012: Turk Telekom Ankara (Turkey-TBL): EuroChallenge: 6 games: 11.7ppg, 4.5rpg, FGP: 53.8%, FT: 73.7%; Turkish League: 29 games: 10.8ppg, 4.7rpg, FGP: 53.7%, FT: 71.7%
Latvian U18 National Team - 95
Latvian U22 National Team -97-98
WAC Freshman of the Year -98
WAC All-Newcomer Team -98
Latvian U22 National Team -98
European Championships U22 -1998: All-Star 2nd Team
First-Team All-Mountain West -00, 01
Latvian National Team -01-03, 05, 09
European Championships -01, 03
European Championships All-Star 2nd Team –01 Best Latvian Player -01, 02, 03
Turkish Cup Winner -02
Turkish President Cup Winner -02
Turkish League Regular Season Champion -02, 07 All-Europe 1st Team 2002
Turkish Cup Final Four -03
Turkish League Regular Season Runner-Up -03 All-Turkish League Player of the Year -03 All-Turkish League Center of the Year -03 All-Turkish League Bosman Player of the Year -03 All-Turkish League 1st Team -03 Turkish League All-Bosman Players Team -03 All-Europe 2003 Honorable Mention
ULEB Cup Finalist -04
FIBA Europe League All-Star Game -05
Russian Cup Finalist -05
FIBA Europe League Quarterfinals -05 All-Russian A Superleague 2nd team -05
Russian A Superleague Semifinals -05
FIBA EuroCup All-Star Game -06 All-FIBA EuroCup 2nd Team -06
Turkish League All-Star Game -06
Turkish Cup Semifinals -06, 07
Turkish League Champion -07
European Championships in Poland -09: 3 games: 17.0ppg, 5.0rpg, 1.0apg All-Russian A Superleague Honorable Mention -10 Russian A Superleague All-Bosmans Team -10
EuroChallenge Quarterfinals -11

Karlis Muiznieks Basketball Career

Karlis Muiznieks basketball
Karlis Muiznieks (Photo: Diena)
Born: Mar.25, 1964
Personal: the nephew of Valdis Muiznieks, who won three EC with the USSR and led the Latvian National team at the 1993 Eurobasket Championship
Player: 198-G
1988 - 1989 CSKA Moscow
1986-1990: VEF Riga
1990: Erie Wave (WBL)
1990-1992: Broceni Riga (1T)
1992-1993: Broceni Riga (1T): Score-1(29.7)
1993-1994: Maccabi Haifa (Israel)
1994-1995: Broceni Riga (1T)
1996 - 1997 Doneckas Shachter
1997-1997: Baltika Riga (1T)
1997-1998: Ventspils (1T): "3"-2(53%)
1998-1999: Ventspils (1T)
Soviet Union Leauge Bronze Award -89, 93
Soviet Union 2nd National Team -87
Latvian National Team -91-93, 97
European Championships -97
Latvian League Champion - 93
Latvian League Finalist -97-99
Latvian League All-Star Team -93
Coach Assistant:
1999-2000: Ventspils
2000-2001: Ventspils
Head Coach:
2001-2002: BK Ventspils
2002-2003: BK Ventspils
2003-2004: BK Ventspils
2004-2005: BK Ventspils (LBL)
2005-2006: BK Ventspils
2006-2007: BK Ventspils (LBL)
2007-2008: Barons/LMT Riga (LBL)
2008-2009: Barons/LMT Riga (LBL), left in Dec.'08
2009-2010: Trefl Sopot (Poland-PLK)
2010-2011: Trefl Sopot (Poland-PLK)
2011-2012: Trefl Sopot (Poland-PLK)
2012-2013: Kryvbasbasket-Lux Kryvyi Rih (Ukraine-Superleague)
NEBL 3rd Place -02
Eurobasket All-Latvian LBL Coach of the Year -02, 03
Head Coach: FIBA Champions Cup Bronze Medallist -03
Head Coach: Latvian National Team -04-08
Head Coach: Latvian LBL All-Star Game -04, 08
Baltic League (D1) Semifinals -05
ULEB Cup Quarterfinals -05
Latvian League Regular Season Champion -02-07, 08
Latvian League Champion -02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 08
Baltic League Quarterfinals -06
Baltic League All-Star Game -06
Baltic League Semifinals -07, 08
Latvian League Finalist - 07
European Championships in Spain -07 All-Baltic League Coach of the Year -08
FIBA EuroCup Winner -08 All-FIBA Eurocup Coach of the Year -08
Coach Assistant: Latvian Women National Team -09 All-Polish League Coach of the Year -10, 12
Polish League Semifinals -10, 11
Head Coach: Polish League All-Star Game -12
Polish Cup Winner -12
Polish League Regular Season Runner-Up -12
Polish League Finalist -12

Valdis Valters Basketball Career

Valdis Valters basketball
Valdis Valters
Player: 193-G
1991-1992: Broceni/Parair Riga: Steals-1(3)
1993-1994: SWH Riga: Assist-1(5.07)
1997-1999: ASK Broceni/LMT Riga (1T) - ASK Broceni/LMT II (1T)
1999-2000: ASK Broceni - LMT Riga
HeadC & player:
1994-1995: Forwarders Riga
1995-1998: Broceni Ryga
2000-2001: LMT Riga
Head Coach:
2002-2003: BK Skonto Riga
Vice President:
2003-2004: BK Skonto Riga
Head Coach:
2006-2007: BK ASK/Juniors Riga (LBL)
2007-2008: VEF Riga (LBL)
2008-2009: VEF Riga (LBL)
Vice President:
2009-2010: VEF Riga (LBL), started the season as a Head Coach, in May'10 became Vice Presidednt
Latvian National Team -92
Latvian All-Star Game -94
Latvian League Champion -92, 98, 99
Head Coach: Latvian NT -97-98
Coach Assistant: Latvian National Team -99
Latvian All-Star Game -98
Latvian Junior National Team -98-99
NEBL Finalist -99
Coach Assistant: Latvian National Team -99
World Championships for Juniors -99
Latvian LBL Regular Season Runner-Up -04
Latvian LBL Finalist -01, 04
Baltic League Challenge Cup Finalist -08, 09
Latvian League Semifinals -08 All-Latvian League Coach of the Year -08
Latvian League Regular Season Runner-Up -09
Latvian League Finalist -09, 10
Baltic League Quarterfinals -10
Latvian League All-Star Game -10

Igors Miglinieks Basketball Career

Igors Miglinieks basketball
player Igors Miglinieks
Igors Miglinieks
Born: May 4, 1964
Agent comments:
Starting point-guard for the Russian national team at the Olympic Games in FC Barcelona. Played for VEF Riga, CSKA Moscow Moskow, Braunschweig (Germany), WBL team of Erie Waves and was in the NBA camps of Clippers and Hornets. Played eight years for the national team of the Soviet Union and was even captain of the last. Won the gold medal at the Olympic games in FC Barcelona games in Seoul 1988. Very good defender. After Michael Jordan he had the most steals in FC Barcelona (Olympics '92).
Player: 194-G
VEF Ryga
CSKA Moscow
1989-1990: VEF Ryga
1990: Erie (WBL)
1989-1991: VEF Ryga
1992-1993: Braunschweig (Germany)
1993-1994: Braunschweig (Germany): 13.1ppg, 4.5rpg, 6apg
1994-1995: Adazhi: 12ppg, 5.3rpg, 6apg
1995-1996: started the season in CSKA Moscow then come back to Latvia (Lainers): 13.4ppg, 8.3rpg, 10.9apg
1996-1997: Plunge (Lithuania): 8.6ppg, 3.1rpg, Assists-4(4.4)
1997-1998: Varna (Bulgaria), in Dec.'97 transferred to Zito Vardar (FYR Macedonia): 16.3ppg, 3.1rpg, 5.8apg
1998-1999: Blonay (Switzerland), was injured and in Jan.'99 was replaced by Mustapha N'Doye, in Feb.'99 joined Ventspils
1999-2000: Lainers Riga (1T) - Broceni/LMT Riga (1T): Assists-1(6.4), Steals-1(2.9); NEBL: 3.9ppg, 4.6rpg, 3.9apg
2003-2004: BK Riga/Juniors (LBAL)
Soviet Union Junior National Team -81
Soviet Union National Team -86-92
Euro All Stars -91
Olympic Games -88(1),92
Latvia National Team -91-93
European Championships -93
All-Swiss League Biggest Disappointments -99
Latvian League Finalist -99
Latvian League All-Star Game -00
Head Coach:
2000-2001: LMT Riga
2001-2002: BC Kiev (Ukraine)
2002-2003: BC Kiev (Ukraine)
2003-2004: In Feb.'04 negotiated with Neptunas Klaipeda (Lithuania-LKL), but did not agree to terms
2004-2005: Arsenal Tula (Russia-A Superleague), in Sep.'05 moved to BK Riga (LBL)
2005-2006: EKA AEL Limassol (Cyprus-A1)
2006-2007: EKA AEL Limassol (Cyprus-A1)
2007-2008: Proteas EKA AEL Limassol (Cyprus-A1): released in Nov.'07, next month was hired by Spartak St.Petersburg (Russia-A Superleague)
2008-2009: BC Donetsk (Higher League)
2009-2010: Energa Czarni Slupsk (Poland-PLK), left in Mar.'10
2010-2011: B.M.C. AEK Larnacas (Cyprus-Division A), hired in Dec.'10
2011-2012: Pizza Express Apollon (Cyprus-Division A)
Head Coach: Latvian National Team -97
European Championships –97
Latvian League Finalist -01
Ukrainian League Finalist -02
Ukrainean League Semifinals -03
Coach Assistant: Chinese National Team -05
Asian Championships in Doha -05 (Champion)
Cyprus Cup Finalist -06, 07
Cyprus League Champion -06, 07 All-Cyprus League Coach of the Year -06
FIBA EuroCup All-Star Game -07
FIBA EuroCup Quarterfinals -07
Cyprus League Regular Season Champion -07
Coach Assistant: Latvian National Team - 07, 09-10
Cyprus Super Cup Winner -07
Ukrainian Superleague Finalist -09
European Championships in Poland -09
Cyprus League Regular Season Runner-Up -12
Cyprus League Semifinals -12

Gundars Vetra Basketball Career

Gundars Vetra basketball
player Gundars Vetra
Gundars Vetra
Born: May 22, 1967
Player: 197-G-67
1986-1987: SKA Swierdlowsk
1988-1989: VEF Riga
1989-1990: VEF Riga
1990-1991: VEF Riga
1991-1992: VEF Riga: 25.1ppg, 5.4rpg, 6.0apg
1992-1993: Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA): 13games: 3.5ppg
1993-1994: Adazhi Riga
1994-1995: Broceni Riga: 24.6ppg, 4.8rpg, 5.1apg
1995-1996: CSKA Moscow (Russia): 16.3ppg, 4.1rpg, 3.8apg
1996-1997: Galatasaray Istanbul (Turkey): 15ppg, 3.2rpg, 2.9apg
1997-1998: CSKA Moscow (Russia): 10.7ppg, 2.6rpg, 3.4apg
1998-1999: CSKA Moscow (Russia): 9.8ppg, 2.7rpg, 4.8apg
1999-2000: CSKA Moscow (RUS,1T): 11.4ppg, 2.7apg; Sometimes Vetra looked not fast enough, sometimes feckless, but always careful and willing-minded.
2000-2001: Fabriano Leverets (Italy-A2): 10.2ppg, 2.7rpg, 1.4apg
2001-2002: Fabriano Basket (Italy-A1): 36games: 6.4ppg, 1.8rpg, 31ast, 1.1spg
Soviet Union National Team -86-92
World Championships -90(2)
European Championships -89(3)
Olympic Games -92
Latvian National Team -91
Latvian League All-Star 2nd Team -94
Russian League Champion -96, 98, 99, 00
NEBL Champion -00
Italian A2 Play-Off Finalist -01 (team was promoted to A1)
Head Coach:
2002-2003: In Dec.'02 hired by BK Barons Riga
2003-2004: BK Barons Riga (LBL)
2004-2005: BK Barons Riga (LBL)
Coach Assistant:
2005-2006: Ural Great Perm (Russia-A Superleague)
Head Coach:
2006-2007: Barons/LMT Riga (LBL)
2007-2008: CSKA Samara (Russia-A Superleague) women team
2008-2009: CSKA Moscow (Russia-A Superleague): left in Dec.'08, next month was hired by UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-A Superleague women team
2009-2010: UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-A Superleague)
2010-2011: UMMC Ekaterinburg (Russia-PBL)
2011-2012: BK Ventspils (LBL)
2012-2013: Spartak Primorie Vladivostok (Russia-PBL)
Coach Assistant: Latvian National Team -03
European Championships -03
Latvian League All-Star Game -04
Eurobasket All-Latvian LBL Coach of the Year -04
Latvian League Semifinals -04, 07
Latvian League Finalist -05, 11, 12
EuroCup Challenge Champion -06
Euroleague Quarterfinals -08
Europe Cup Finalist -08
Russian Superleague Regular Season Runner-Up -08, 10
Russian Cup Winner -08, 09, 10, 11
Russian Superleague Finalist -08
Euroleague All-Star Game -09
Euroleague Semifinals -09, 10, 11
Russian Superleague Regular Season Champion -09, 11
Russian Superleague Champion -09, 10, 11 All-Russian Superleague Coach of the Year -09, 11
Consultant: Latvian Women U20 National Team -10
European Championships U20 for Women in Liepaja (Latvia) -10 (Bronze)
Latvian League Regular Season Champion -11
EuroChallenge Quarterfinals -12
Latvian League Regular Season Runner-Up -12

Ainars Bagatskis Basketball Career

Ainars Bagatskis basketball
player Ainars Bagatskis
Ainars Bagatskis
Born: March 29, 1967 in Riga
Nicknamed "the rifle"
Scoring machine ! Has been among the top scorers in every competition he has ever played in. Was the second leading scorer of the European Championship in 1997 with an average of 21.8 ppg. Was the 5th leading scorer of the European cup in 1997 (25.2 ppg) and 9th leading scorer in the '99 Korac cup (21.2 ppg). Leading free throw shooter of the Latvian Championship in 96/97. Best player of the Polish Championship during the 98/99 season. Has incredible high Field Goal Percentages and fenomenal 3-point range.
1985-1986: VEF (Riga)
1986-1987: VEF (Riga)
1987-1988: ASK (Riga)
1988-1989: ASK (Riga) / VEF (Riga)
1989-1990: ASK (Riga)
1990-1991: ASK (Riga)
1991-1992: Princips (Riga;LBL): Score-1(36.5), Reb-1(12)
1992-1993: Gimle (Norway)
1993-1994: SWH/Broceni(Riga,LBL): Score-1(29.8)
1994-1995: Rigas Laiks (LBL)
1995-1996: ASK/Broceni (Riga, LBL)
1996-1997: Broceni/LMT (Riga, LBL): EuroCup: Score-5(25.2), 6.0rpg, 4.0apg, LBL: 28games: 19.4ppg, 4.1rpg
1997-1998: ASK Broceni/LMT (Riga,LBL): Score-1(23.3), "3"-1(61%)
1998-1999: Ericsson Bobry (Bytom;POL): Score-4(22), 3.6rpg, 1.8apg
1999-2000: Hoops Pekaes (Pruszkow;POL): 13.1ppg, 3.1rpg, 1.6apg
2000-2001: Dijon (France-ProA): 6ppg 1.9rpg; KoracCup: 7.7ppg, 3.0rpg, 1.2apg
2001-2002: BK Ventspils (LBL): 21 games Score-1 (22.3) 4.7rpg, 1.6apg NEBL: 16games 19.2ppg 4.4rpg 1.9apg 1.6spg
2002-2003: BK Ventspils (LBL): FIBA Champions Cup: 20games 17.7ppg 3.4rpg 1.8apg LBL: 32games 16.5ppg 3.8rpg 1.7apg 1.4spg
2003-2004: Euras Ekaterinburg (Russia-A Superleague): FIBA Europe Cup: 4 games: 14.5ppg, 6.0rpg, 1.8apg, 1.0spg; Russian A Superleague: 6 games: 24,6ppg, 5.8rpg, 1.8apg, in Jan.'04 moved to B.C. Zalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania-LKL): Euroleague: 12 games: 9.5ppg, 2.5rpg; LKL: 26 games: 11.7ppg, 3.0rpg, 1.6apg
2004-2005: B.C. Zalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania-LKL): Euroleague: 17 games: 5.5ppg, 2FGP: 41.6%, 3FGP: 42.5%; Baltic League (D1): 20 games: 11.2ppg, 2.4rpg, 1.2apg, 1spg, FGP: 76%, 3Pts: 51%; LKL: 20 games: 8.4ppg, 1.9rpg, 2FGP: 57,9%, 3FGP: 40,4%
2005-2006: Barons Riga (LBL,1T): player and coach: FIBA Eurocup: 5 games 15.4ppg 3.2rpg 1.8apg 1.0spg
Latvian National Team -91-03
European Championships -93,97(Score-2(21.8)), 01, 03
Latvian League All-Stars -94-98
Latvian League Champion -94, 97, 98, 02, 03
Latvian League MVP -98, 02
Polish League All-Star Game -99
Polish League All-Star Game 3-Point Contest Winner -99
Polish Cup Finalist -00
NEBL 3rd Place -02
Latvian League Regular Season Champion -02, 03, 09 All-Latvian League 1st Team -02
Latvian League All-Star Game-03 All-Latvian LBL 2nd Team -03
FIBA Champions Cup Bronze Medallist – 03
Latvian League Champion – 03, 04
Lithuanian LKL All-Stars Game -04, 05
Lithuanian All-Star Game 3points contest winner -04
Lithuanian League Regular Season Champion -04, 06 All-Lithuanian LKL Bosman Player of the Year -04 All-Lithuanian LKL 2nd Team -04
Baltic League Champion -05
Lithuanian League Champion -04, 05
Head Coach:
2005-2006: Barons Riga (LBL): player and coach, in Mar.'06 hired by B.C. Zalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania-LKL)
2006-2007: B.C. Zalgiris Kaunas (Lithuania-LKL), in Feb.'07 moved to Valmiera-Lacplesa alus (LBL D1)
2007-2008: SK Valmiera (LBL)
2008: Treviso Summer League (Contarini Team)
2008-2009: SK Valmiera (LBL)
2009-2010: Enisey Krasnoyarsk (Russia-A Superleague), left in Mar.'10
2011 Summer: attended internships at Dallas Mavericks (NBA), Texas Legends (D-League) and training camps with Bailor University, TSU, SMU, Texas University (NCAA)
2011-2012: Sokhumi Tbilisi (Georgia-Superleague), in Nov.'11 hired by Kryvbasbasket-Lux Kryvyi Rih (Ukraine-Superleague)
2012-2013: Budivelnyk Kyiv (Ukraine-Superleague)
Baltic League Regular Season Runner-Up -06
Baltic League Finalist -06
Lithuanian League Finalist -06
Coach Assistant: Baltic League All-Star Game -08
Coach Assistant: Latvian LBL All-Star Game -08
Head Coach: Latvian University National Team -09
World University Games in Belgrade (Croatia) -09
Head Coach: Latvian National Team -10-12
European Championships in Lithuania -11

Roberts Stelmahers Basketball Career

Born: Nov.19, 1974 in Riga
Player: 192-G:
A veteran combo guard, with a long career in Latvian National Team. Has great court vision and leadership, and his good passing skills allowed him to succesfully complete the transition from the 2 position to the 1. He's again a very good shooter, however, and can punish if left open. At his teenage days, he was a USSR Cadet National Team member, and this too tells a lot...
1990-1991: SKA Riga
1992-1993: Bonus Riga (LBL, starting five)
1993-1994: Bonus Riga (LBL, starting five)
1994-1995: Bonus Riga (LBL, starting five)
1996-1997: Broceni Riga (LBL, starting five): EuropCup: 14games 16.6ppg
1997-1998: ASK Broceni/LMT Riga (LBL, starting five): Assists-1(5.1)
1998-1999: Autodorozhnik Saratov (Russia-A Superleague), in Dec.'98 was very close to sign with Gorizia (Italy-A1), but finally in Jan.'99 signed with Zielona Gora (Poland-D1, starting five): 18 games: Score-5(21.9)
1999-2000: Slask Wroclaw (Poland-D1, starting five): was injured in Nov.'99 and did not play for some time: 8.5ppg, 1.7rpg, 2.1apg
2000-2001: Pinar Karsiyaka (Turkey-D1, starting five): 16.3ppg, 4.5rpg, 4.4apg; Saporta Cup: 9 games: 18.4ppg, 3.3rpg, Assists-1(6.7)
2001-2002: Ulker Istanbul (Turkey-D1, starting five): 21games: 8.5ppg, 3.0rpg, 2.4apg, 1.3spg
2002-2003: Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-A1, starting five): Adriatic League: 23 games: 8.5ppg, 2.0rpg, 2.0apg, 1.5spg; Euroleague: 20 games: 8.6ppg, 2.0rpg, 2.3apg; Slovenian 1A League: 17 games: 9.9ppg, 1.7rpg, 1.6apg
2003-2004: Union Olimpija Ljubljana (Slovenia-A1, starting five): Euroleague: 16 games: 11.6ppg, 2.3rpg, 3.1apg, 1.1spg; Adriatic League: 24 games: 11.4ppg, 1.8rpg, 2.6apg, 1.1spg; Slovenian League: 6 games: 7.7ppg, 1.0rpg, 1.0apg
2004-2005: Lietuvos rytas Vilnius (Lithuania-LKL, starting five): Baltic League (D1): 19 games: 7.5ppg, 2.4rpg, 2.1apg, 1.3spg, FGP: 37%, 3Pts: 38%; ULEB Cup: 10 games: 13.0ppg, 2.7rpg, 3.2apg, 1.3spg, FGP: 50.0%, 3Pts: 42.5%; LKL: 16 games: 8.2ppg, 3.1rpg, 2.9apg, 1.4spg, 1.6bpg, 2FGP: 44,0%, 3FGP: 35,7%
2005-2006: Lietuvos rytas Vilnius (Lithuania-LKL, starting five): Euroleague: 16 games: 10.0ppg, 2.5rpg, 3.3apg, 2FGP: 41.6%, 3PT: 41.7%, FT: 77.1%; Baltic League: 18 games: 6.6ppg, 2.1rpg, 3.7apg, 2FGP: 55%; Lithuanian League: 12 games: 4.9ppg, 2.2rpg, Assists-4(3.5apg)
2006-2007: Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius (Lithuania-LKL, starting five, cap): injured in Dec.'06 and was off for 5 weeks: Lithuanian League: 10 games: 9.1ppg, 2.2rpg, 3.0apg, FGP: 42.3%, FT: 84.4%, 3Pts: 41.2%; ULEB Cup: 14 games: 7.7ppg, 1.4rpg, 2.7apg, 2FGP: 47.2%, 3FGP: 34.7%, FT: 76.7%; Baltic League: 15 games: 8.1ppg, 2.3rpg, Assists-3(4.1apg), 0.9spg, 2FGP: 65.9%, 3PT: 25.5%, FT: 82.4%
2007-2008: Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius (Lithuania-LKL): 7 games: 2.6ppg, Baltic League (Elite): 2 games: 3.5ppg, 1.0rpg, 2.0apg; injured in Sep.'07 and was sidelined for 3 months
2008-2009: In Jan.'09 signed at ASK Riga (LBL): Baltic League (Elite Group): 8 games: 2.3ppg, 1.4rpg, 2.1apg; 6 games: 5.3ppg, 2.8rpg, 2.0apg, FGP: 41.7%, 3PT: 27.8%, FT: 77.8%, left in April '09, then moved to Prima Veroli (Italy-Lega2): 5 games: 3.0ppg, 1.8rpg, 1.2apg
Soviet Union U16 National Team -91
Latvian National Team -92-05
European Championships -93, 97, 01, 03, 05
Latvian League All-Star 2nd Team -94
Latvian U22 National Team -95
Latvian League Champion -97-98
Latvian League All-Star Game -98
Polish League Champion -00
Turkish Cup Semifinals -02
Turkish League Regular Season Runner-Up -02
Adriatic League Semifinals -03, 04
Slovenian Cup Winner -03
Slovenian League Finalist -03
Slovenian Super Cup Winner -03
Slovenian Cup Finalist -04
Slovenian League Champion -04
Baltic League (D1) Finalist -05
ULEB Cup Winner -05 All-ULEB Cup Guard of the Year -05 All-ULEB Cup 1st Team -05 ULEB Cup All-Defensive Team -05 All-Baltic League 2nd Team -05 Baltic League All-Domestic Players Team -05
Lithuanian League Regular Season Runner-Up -05, 06, 07
Lithuanian League Finalist -05, 07, 08 All-Lithuanian LKL Bosman Player of the Year -05 All-Lithuanian LKL 2nd Team -05 Lithuanian League All-Bosmans Team -05
European Championships in Belgrade -05 ( Honorable Mention): 3 games: 13.7ppg, 2.7rpg, 2.7apg, 1.7spg, FGP: 53.8%, 3FGP: 33.3%, FT: 75%
Baltic League All-Star Game –06
Baltic League Regular Season Champion -06, 08
Baltic League Champion -06, 07
Lithuanian League Champion -06
Lithuanian League All-Star Game -07 All-Baltic League Honorable Mention -07
ULEB Cup Finalist -07
Baltic League Regular Season Runner-Up -07 Lithuanian LKL All-Bosmans Team -07, 08
Lithuanian Cup Finalist -08
Baltic League Finalist -08
Lithuanian League Regular Season Champion -08
Italian Lega Due Regular Season Runner-Up -09
Baltic League (Elite Group) Semifinals -09
Coach Assistant:
2009-2010: Perlas Vilnius (LKL)
2010-2011: Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius (LKL), left in Oct.'10
Head Coach:
2010-2011: Perlas Vilnius (LKL)
2011-2012: Pieno Zvaigzdes Pasvalys (LKL)
2012-2013: BK Ventspils (Latvia-LBL)
Assistant Coach: Latvian National Team -10, 11
Baltic League (Challenge Cup) Semifinals -10
European Championships in Lithuania -11
Lithuanian Cup Finalist -12
Head Coach: Latvian U20 National Team -12
European Championships U20 in Slovenia -12
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