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Adam Wojcik
Marcin Gortat
Dariusz Zelig
Eugeniusz Kijewski
Mieczyslaw Mlynarski
Mieczyslaw Lopatka
Edward Jurkiewicz

Adam Wojcik Basketball Career

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player Adam Wojcik
Adam Wojcik (Photo:
Born: April 20, 1970 in Olawa
One of the most spectacular players in Polish League. Loves to dunk, which is very typical for him. Can run fast breaks. Could pass a little bit more. Still could improve his defensive game. But can easily block the opponents. Many rebounds.
1987-1988: Gwardia Wroclaw (D1, starting five)
1988-1989: Gwardia Wroclaw (D1, starting five)
1989-1990: Gwardia Wroclaw (D1, starting five): Score-8
1990-1991: Gwardia Wroclaw (D1, starting five)
1991-1992: Gwardia Wroclaw (D1, starting five): Score-6
1992-1993: ASPRO Wroclaw (D1, starting five): Score-6(22.4)
1993: Los Angeles Clippers (NBA) summer camp
1993-1994: Gwardia-ASPRO Wroclaw (D1, starting five): Score-2(24.4)
1994-1995: Mazowszanka Pruszkow (D1, starting five), Sept.94 - injured
1995-1996: Bobry Bytom (D1, starting five), in Jan.'96 went to Oostende (Belgium)
1996-1997: Spirou Charleroi (Belgium-D1, starting five)
1997: signed with Limoges, but could join the team only in the case when FIBA approved all Bosman A and Bosman B players (free players circul;ation in Europe), but it did not happen, so he went back to Poland
1997-1998: Slask Wroclaw (D1, starting five), injured in Feb.'98 and did not play for 2 months
1998-1999: Slask Wroclaw (D1, starting five): 16.3ppg
1999-2000: Zepter-Slask Wroclaw (EBL, starting five): 14.1ppg, 3.1rpg
2000 -re-signed with Zepter-Slask Wroclaw for 2 years
2000-2001: Zepter-Slask Wroclaw (EBL, starting five): 12.2ppg, 4.2rpg, 1.1apg; Suproleague: 17.2ppg, 5.2rpg, 1.2apg
2001 -signed 3-years contract worth $1.2million with Peristeri Athens (Greece-A1)
2001-2002: Peristeri Athens (Greece-A1, starting five): 22 games: 21.0ppg, 8.0rpg, 1.3apg, Blocks-3(1.2bpg), 1.1spg; Euroleague stats: 14 games: 18.4ppg, 3.3rpg, 1.4apg, 1.2bpg
2002-2003: Unicaja Malaga (Spain-ACB): released during the season: Euroleague: 15 games: 5.3ppg, 2.2rpg; Spanish ACB League: 19 games: 6.3ppg, 3.8rpg, 11ast
2003-2004: Idea Slask Wroclaw (EBL, starting five): Euroleague: 14 games: 14.5ppg, 3.7rpg, 1.2bpg; Polish League: 32 games: 15.3ppg, 4.8rpg, 1.9apg
2004-2005: Prokom Trefl Sopot (EBL, starting five): Euroleague: 20 games: 10.6ppg, 4.6rpg, 2FGP: 50.0%, 3FGP: 37.5%; Polish League: 35 games: 13.9ppg, 3.6rpg, 1.6apg, 2FGP: 58.0%, 3FGP: 41.2%
2005-2006: Prokom Trefl Sopot (EBL, starting five): Euroleague: 14 games: 11.1ppg, 3.9rpg, 2FGP: 54%, 3FGP: 25%, FT: 71.6%; Polish League: 33 games: 13.8ppg, 3.5rpg, 1.5apg, 2FGP: 62.6%, 3FGP: 54.3%, FT: 75%
2006-2007: Prokom Trefl Sopot (DBL, starting five): Euroleague: 18 games: 6.7ppg, 2.7rpg, 2FGP: 44.3%, 3FGP: 28.6%, FT: 64.9%; Polish League: 40 games: 9.1ppg, 2.7rpg, 1.1apg, 2FGP: 59.6%, 3PT: 40%, FT: 67%
2007-2008: Pierrel Capo d'Orlando (Italy-SerieA), contract extended until June.'09: 37 games: 7.5ppg, 2.1rpg, 2FGP:60.7%, 3PT:39.1%, FT:58.5%
2008-2009: Upea Capo d'Orlando (Italy-SerieA): team folded just before the season, in Oct.'08 moved to PBG Basket Poznan (DBE, starting five): 20 games: Score-5(16.1ppg), 4.6rpg, 1.1apg, FGP: 60.7%, 3PT: 38.2%, FT: 67.8%
2009-2010: PGE Turow Zgorzelec (PLK): EuroCup: 6 games: 4.3ppg, 2.0rpg; Polish League: 26 games: 6.9ppg, 1.9rpg, FGP: 56.5%, 3PT: 35.9%, FT: 76.3%
2010-2011: WKK Obiekty Wroclaw (2Liga, starting five): 15 games: 17.9ppg, 6.9rpg, 1.9apg, 2FGP: 63.0%, 3PT: 32.0%, FT: 74.0%
2011-2012: In Dec.'11 signed at WKS Slask Wroclaw (PLK): 22 games: 8.9ppg, 2.3rpg, FGP: 61.7%, 3PT: 41.9%, FT: 75.0%
2012: Retired
Polish League All-Star Game -94, 95, 98, 99(MVP), 00, 01, 04, 05, 06, 09
Polish National Team -88-02, 04, 06-07, 09
European Championships -91
All Star Slam Dunk Contest Winner -94, 95
Polish League Champion -95, 98, 99, 00, 01, 05, 06, 07
Polish League Finalist -96
Polish U22 National Team -89-92
Polish U18 National Team -87-89
Euro U22 Championschips -92
Polish League Play-Offs MVP -98 Polish League All-Defensive Team -00
Polish Cup Winner -04 (All-Tournament Team), 06
Polish League Finalist -04
Polish League Regular Season Champion -04, 05, 06, 07 All-Polish League Domestic Player of the Year -04, 05, 09 All-Polish League 2nd Team -04, 09
Polish Cup Semifinals -05, 12 All-Polish League 1st Team -05, 06 Polish League All-Domestic Players Team -06, 09, 10
Polish Cup Finalist -07, 10
European Championships in Spain -07: 3 games: 10.3ppg, 4.0rpg, 1.0spg, 2FGP: 57.9%, 3FGP: 40.0%, FT: 75%
European Championships in Poland -09: 1 game: 6pts, 1reb

Marcin Gortat Basketball Career

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player Marcin Gortat
Marcin Gortat
Born: Feb.17, 1984 in Lodz, Poland
Nickname: Polish Hammer, Polish Machine
A very promising player, who started playing at center, but who is now improving his perimetral game; he is learing to play at PF; has explosive leaping abilities, is a great slasher, has yet a great personality on the court;
2002-2003: Lodz (Poland-D3)
2003-2004: RheinEnergie Koln (Germany-1.Bundesliga): ULEB Cup: 3 games: 0pts, 2reb; German 1.Bundesliga: 5 games: 0.4ppg
2004: Reebok Euro Camp in Treviso (Italy)
2004: NBA Draft candidate
2004-2005: Rhein Energy Koln (Germany-1.Bundesliga, starting five): ULEB Cup: 12 games: 8,4ppg, 4.5rpg, FGP: 69.4%; German Bundesliga: 34 games: 4.8ppg, 3.6rpg, 1.0bpg, , 2FGP-2(71.4%)
2005 NBA Chicago Pre-Draft Camp
2005: drafted by Phoenix Suns (NBA,2rd(57))
2005 July: Reebok Vegas Summer League (Orlando Magic)
2005-2006: RheinEnergie Koln (Germany-1.Bundesliga, starting five): German League: 42 games: 6.8ppg, 3.9rpg, 1.0bpg, 2FGP: 71.0%, FT: 71.4%; FIBA Europe Cup: 15 games: 9.2ppg, 4.5rpg, 7ast, Blocks-1(1.2bpg), 2FGP: 71.3%, FT: 70.6%
2006 July: Pepsi Pro Summer League in Orlando (Orlando Magic)
2006-2007: RheinEnergie Koeln (Germany-1.Bundesliga, starting five): Euroleague: 14 games: 10.4ppg, 5.6rpg, 1.2apg, 1.1spg, 1.1bpg, 2FGP: 59.6%, 3FGP: 50%, FT: 66.7%; German League: 44 games: 8.9ppg, 6.2rpg, 1.0apg, 1.4bpg, 2FGP: 57.5%, 3FGP: 33.3%, FT: 60.8%
2007 July: Pepsi Pro Summer League in Orlando (Orlando Magic)
2007-2008: $427,163: Orlando Magic (NBA): Regular Season: 6 games: 3.0ppg, 2.7rpg; Play-Offs: 8 games: 1.3ppg, in Nov.'07 moved to Anaheim Arsenal (D-League), re-called by Orlando Magic (NBA) in Dec.'07
2008-2009: $711,517 : Orlando Magic (NBA): 86 games: 3.7ppg, 4.2rpg
2009 - re-signed with Orlando Magic (NBA) for next 5 years
2009-2010: $5,854,000: Orlando Magic (NBA): 95 games: 3.5ppg, 4.2rpg
2010-2011: $6,322,320: Orlando Magic (NBA): 25 games: 4.0ppg, 4.7rpg, in Dec.'10 traded to Phoenix Suns (NBA, starting five): 55 games: 13.0ppg, 9.3rpg, 1.3bpg, FGP: 56.6%, 3PT: 25.0%, FT: 73.1%
2011-2012: $6,790,640: Phoenix Suns (NBA, starting five): 66 games: 15.4ppg, 10.0rpg, 1.5bpg, FGP: 55.7%, FT: 64.9%
2012-2013: $7,258,960: Phoenix Suns (NBA, starting five)
German Bundesliga Cup Winner -04, 05, 07
Polish National Team -04, 09-10-12
FIBA EuroCup Quarterfinals -06 FIBA EuroCup All-Defensive Team -06
German Bundesliga Champion -06
German Bundesliga Semifinals -07 German Bundesliga All-Bosmans Team -07
NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals -08
NBA Southeast Division Champion -08, 09, 10
NBA Eastern Conference Champion -09
NBA Finalist -09 All-European Championships 2nd Team -09
European Championships in Poland -09: 6 games: 14.3ppg, Reb-2(10.8rpg), 1.7apg, Blocks-2(2.0bpg), FGP: 56.3%, FT: 54.5%
Qualifications to European Championships 2011 -10: 8 games: 18.0ppg, Reb-3(8.9rpg), 1.6apg, Blocks-1(2.3bpg), FGP: 65.5%, FT: 81.1% All-Europeans Honorable Mention 2011

Dariusz Zelig Basketball Career

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Dariusz Zelig
Born: Nov.22, 1957 in Koszalin
Son of Stefan Zelig and Petronelia Litwin
Coach and former exceptional player of Slask Wroclaw, with many Polish Championship titles, 6 times participant in European Championships, participated in 1980 Olympic games in Moscow.
Born: Nov.22, 1957 in Koszalin. Son of Stefan Zelig and Petronelia Litwin.In 1976 graduated from XI High School in Gdansk.
Between 1972-1993 played for AZS, Baltic Koszalin, Wybrzeze Gdansk, Slask Wroclaw, Sunnair Ostenda (Belgium), SSV Ulm (Germany) and finally went back to Slask Wroclaw, where he finished his career.
Zelig was coached by Stefan Stanislaw Olejniczak and Mieczyslaw Lopatka (national team coaches: Jerzy Swiatek, Andrzej Kuchar and Arkadiusz Koniecki).
One of the three Polish players, together with Eugeniusz Kijewski and Mieczyslaw Mlynarski who reached European level in 1980s.
Linked to Slask Wroclaw greatest years, when the club was unquestionable leader in Poland.
Great attitude as a player. Real team leader. Working hard in both defense and offense. Great shooter. Lead Slask Wroclaw to 7 championship titles (1979-1981, 1987, 1991-1993) and once Belgian champion with Oostende.
He was also a leader of Polish National team where played between 1977-1992. Played in 236 international games, where scored 3,404 points.
Played 6 times in European Championships: 1979 Torino (7), 1981 Praha (7), 1983 Nantes (9), 1985 Stuttgart (11), 1987 Athens (7), 1991 Roma (7).
AZS Koszalin
Baltyk Koszalin
Wybrzeze Gdansk
WKS Slask Wroclaw (D1, starting five)
1987-1988: Sunair Ostende (Belgium)
1988-1989: SSV Ulm (Germany)
1990-1991: WKS Slask Wroclaw (D1, starting five)
1994-1995: Sprtakus Jelenia Gora
Polish National Team -79-01 (in total 236 games, 3,404 points)
European Championships in Turkey -79
Olympic Games in Moscow -80
European Championships in Prague -81
European Championships in Nantes -83
European Championships in Stuttgart -85
European Championships in Athens -87
European Championships in Rome -91
Polish League Champion -79, 80, 81, 87, 91, 92, 93
Belgian League Champion

Eugeniusz Kijewski Basketball Career

Nickname: Kijek
Born: June 25, 1955
Player: 186, G
1969-1978: Warta Poznan
1978-1990: Lech Poznan (1T)
1983-1984: Lech Poznan (1T): Score-4
1984-1985: Lech Poznan (1T): Score-1
1985-1986: Lech Poznan (1T): Score-1
1986-1987: Lech Poznan (1T): Score-4
1987-1988: Lech Poznan (1T): Score-1
1988-1989: Lech Poznan (1T): Score-7
1989-1990: Lech Poznan (1T)
Spojnia Gdansk
Polish National Team -79-88
European Championships -81,83
Head Coach:
1990-1996: Lech Poznan
1996-1997: replaced Kielbasiewicz as a head coach of Poznan, but quit in April after the end of season
1997-1998: replaced Toroman as a head coach of Nobiles Wloclawek
1998-1999: Wloclawek
1999-2000: Wloclawek: fired in Dec.'99 after Wloclawek lost to
the weakest team in the league PKK Szczecin, in Feb.'00 hired by Trefl Sopot
2000-2001: Prokom Trefl Sopot (LBL)
2001-2002: Prokom Trefl Sopot (LBL)
2002-2003: Prokom Trefl Sopot (PLK)
2003-2004: Prokom Trefl Sopot (EBL)
2004-2005: Prokom Trefl Sopot (EBL)
2005-2006: Prokom Trefl Sopot (EBL)
2006-2007: Prokom Trefl Sopot (EBL)
2007-2008: Prokom Trefl Sopot (EBL), resigned on Dec.'07
2008-2009: PBG Basket Poznan (DBE)
2009-2010: PBG Basket Poznan (PLK), left in Dec.'09
2011-2012: PBG Basket Poznan Junior Team (2Liga)
2012-2013: Polski Cukier SIDEn Torun (1 Liga)
Head Coach: Polish U22 National Team -93
Head Coach: Polish National Team -95-97, 03
European Championships -97
European Championships U22 -93
Polish League Finalist -99, 02, 03
Polish Cup Winner -00, 06
Polish League Supercup Winner -01
Korac Cup Quarterfinals -02
FIBA Champions Cup Finalist -03
Polish Cup Semifinals -04, 05
Polish League Regular Season Champion -03, 05, 06, 07
Polish League Regular Season Runner-Up -02, 04
Polish League Champion -04, 05, 06, 07
Head Coach: Polish League All-Star Game -94, 03, 04, 06, 07 All-Polish League Coach of the Year -06
Polish Cup Finalist -07
Polish League Supercup Finalist -07

Mieczyslaw Mlynarski Basketball Career

Born: May 17, 1956 in Resko
Player: 199-F:
Holds national record of Poland in the "best score in one match" category (90 points, achieved in December 1982 for Górnik Walbrzych in the game against Pogon Szczecin)
1972-1974: Turow Zgorzelec
1974-1987: Gornik Walbrzych (D1)
1987-1988: DNP. wetn abroad
1988-1989: Lech Poznan
SVD 49 Dortmund (Germany-1.Bundesliga): 6 years
Polish U18 National Team -74
Polish National Team -75-84: more than 200 games
European Championships -79: Score-1(26.6ppg)
European Championships -81: Score-1(23.1ppg)
Olympic Games in Moscow -80: Score-1
All-Polish League 1st Team -79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84
Polish League Leading Scorer -80(1002pts), 81(1115pts), 83(840pts), 84(762pts)
Polish League MVP -81
Head Coach:
SVD 49 Dortmund (Germany-1.Bundesliga): 2 years
2001-2002: Gornik Walbrzych (2Liga)
Coach Assistant:
2007-2008: JKKS Gornik Walbrzych (DBE)
2008-2009: JKKS Gornik Walbrzych (DBE)

Mieczyslaw Lopatka Basketball Career

Mieczyslaw Lopatka, a legendary player of Slask Wroclaw, was one the best centers in Europe in sixties. He was the best scorer of the 1967 World Championships in Uruguay. He didnt can go to NBA, because in Poland was bed political sitiation. Mieczyslaw led Slask Wroclaw to two domestic league titles as a player, and four as a coach. He is father of Miroslaw Lopatka, who play now in Turow Zgorzelec. Miroslaw was great talent, but he doesnt play like his father.
1958-1959: Lech Poznan: 3.1ppg
1959-1960: Lech Poznan: 11.2ppg
1960-1961: Lech Poznan: 26.5ppg
1961-1962: Lech Poznan: 23.0ppg
1961-1962: Slask Wroclaw: 14.6ppg
1962-1963: Slask Wroclaw: 30.8ppg
1963-1964: Slask Wroclaw: 25.9ppg
1964-1965: Slask Wroclaw: 28.3ppg
1965-1966: Slask Wroclaw: 28.8ppg
1966-1967: Slask Wroclaw: 22.7ppg
1967-1968: Slask Wroclaw: 21.2ppg
1968-1969: Slask Wroclaw: 24.4ppg
1969-1970: Slask Wroclaw: 23.9ppg
1970-1971: Slask Wroclaw: 22.4ppg
1971-1972: Slask Wroclaw: 27.5ppg

Edward Jurkiewicz Basketball Career

One of the most talented scorers in the history of Polish basketball. Famous player of Wybrzeze Gdansk and national team (195 games and 4,114 points). Participated in the Olympic games in Mexico in 1968.
Born on January 22, 1948 in Puszcz Gdanski. The son of Witold Jozef and Stefania Ciesielska. As a player (195cm, 90kg) played for AZS Gdansk, Legia Warszawa and Wybrzeze Gdansk, where was coached by: Mieczyslaw Kozlowski, Stefan Majer and Jan Rudelski (national team coach Witold Zagórski). Like all other boys in Pruszcz he played soccer. At the age of 15 (1963) he was discovered by soccer coach Grzegorz Polakow,who was impressed with his huge hands. He was able to hold soccer ball in the way others would hold tennis ball.Jurkiewicz started his basketball career at AZS Gdansk (coach M. Kozlowski), where he was discovered as a player with best shooting skills in the history of Polish basketball. However after many years other experts admitted that his skills were supported by very hard work at practices and shooting sessions. He practiced at the club basketball court, where he was first to arrive, and leave when arena was closing for the day. In his backyard his father assembled a basket board for him. Even during his army duties, he was practicing his shooting skills at night on the court by 29 Listopada street. When he was at home, after his daily shooting practices, he worked on his vertical jump (500 jumps per day on the nearby canal).
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