Vassilis Spanoulis
Age: 37 yrs
Height: 193 cm (6'4")
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Vassilis Spanoulis (Greek: Βασίλης Σπανούλης) (born August 7, 1982) is a Greek professional basketball player for Olympiacos Piraeus of the Greek Basket League and the EuroLeague. A 6 ft 4 in (193 cm) tall combo guard, he is nicknamed Kill Bill, V-Span, and MVP ("Most Vassilis Player").[1][2] Spanoulis was named the Balkan Athlete of the Year in 2009,[3] the All-Europe Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013,[4] the Vatican's World Athlete of the Year (Giuseppe Sciacca Award) in 2013 and the EuroLeague MVP the same year. He has earned a record seven All-EuroLeague Team selections.[5]

Spanoulis first played for Gymnastikos S. Larissas, and enjoyed a highly successful career start. His skill-set earned him a transfer to Athens and Maroussi, where he won the Greek Basket League's Best Young Player award in 2003. Following an impressive 2004–05 season, during which he helped lead Maroussi to the Greek league finals and the EuroCup quarterfinals, he moved to Panathinaikos, where he became one of European basketball's major stars.[6]

In the 2005–06 Euroleague season, Spanoulis made his debut in impressive fashion, earning his first All-EuroLeague Team selection as a rookie in the competition. After a stint in the NBA with the Houston Rockets during the 2006–07 season, he returned to Panathinaikos and helped lead them to a EuroLeague title in 2009, being voted as the EuroLeague Final Four MVP.[7] Spanoulis' transfer to Olympiacos, in the summer of 2010, marked a new step in his career.[8] Within a young and rebuilding team, Spanoulis not only led a EuroLeague title run in 2012, but went on to achieve a historical repeat in 2013. In the process, he gained another two EuroLeague Final Four MVP awards, thus joining Toni Kukoč as the only players in the history of European basketball to achieve that distinction on three occasions.[9]

Spanoulis played an instrumental role on the senior men's Greek national team's EuroBasket 2005 gold medal team. Most importantly, he was one of the main stars of Greece's 2006 FIBA World Championship silver medal team, scoring 22 points in the memorable victory over Team USA (101–95) in the tournament's semifinals. It was, however, Greece's bronze medal at the EuroBasket 2009 that emphasized Spanoulis' leadership within an injury-plagued Greek national team, consequently earning an All-EuroBasket Team honor.[10]... show moreless



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