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Ricardo González (Argentina)
Born on May Tuesday, 1925, in in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Height:
180cm (5'10")
Position:
Shooting Guard
Nationality:
Argentina

Enshrined as a player in the FIBA Hall of Fame on September Tuesday, 2009.

Clubs

  • Defensores de Santos Lugares: 1948
  • Club Atlético Palermo: 1949-1956

Club Highlights

  • Winner of the 1947 Argentinean Championship (where provincial squads meet) with Capital Federal
  • 1949 Champion of Buenos Aires (the National League was only created in 1985)

National Team

  • 50 appearances with the Argentinean National Team from 1947 to 1955
  • Participated in 2 Olympic Games (London 1948 and Helsinki 1952), in the Buenos Aires 1950 World Championship and in 3 South American
  • Championships (1947, 1949 and 1955)
  • World Champion in Buenos Aires 1950
  • 2 times Silver medalist in the Pan American Games: Buenos Aires 1951 and Mexico City 1955

Individual Highlights

  • Argentina's 2nd best scorer at the 1950 World Championship in Buenos Aires (10.7 points per game)
  • Honorary President of Club Atlético Palermo