Rubén Magnano, to the FIBA ​​Hall of Fame


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Rubén Magnano, to the FIBA ​​Hall of Fame

At 66 years old and being a huge credit to his great career, Rubén Magnano was selected to enter the FIBA ​​Hall of Fame. This recognition came now but corresponds to the class 2020, which could not be established due to the pandemic.

The ceremony will take place in digital modality on June 18, when those of the 2021 class are also awarded (the names of the members will be announced on April 1). The fact that he placed Magnano in this privileged place is due to the fact that was the 2004 Olympic gold medal winning coach.

In addition to the Cordovan, 11 other world basketball legends make up the 2020 list. Among the names that appear, the Canadian Steve Nash stands out, who has two decades of experience in the NBA and a great career in the national team.

Another very important figure is that of the Serbian Svetislav Pesic, considered one of the best coaches in history. Among other achievements, he won the EuroBasket in 1993 in command of the German national team and then the 2002 World Cup with Yugoslavia.

THE COMPLETE LIST

Players

Isabelle Fijalkowski (France)

Mieczyslaw Lopatka (Poland)

Steve Nash (Canada)

Agnes Nemeth (Hungary)

Park Shin-ja (Korea)

Modest Paulauskas (Lithuania)

Kenichi Sako (Japan)

Alexander Volkov (Ukraine)

I swore Zdovc (Slovenia)

Trainers

Ruben Magnano (Argentina)

Svetislav Pesic (Serbia)

Tare VanDerveer (USES)


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