Player Profile & Statistics
Sofoklis Schortsanitis
Sofoklis SCHORTSANITIS (Greece)
DOB: 22.06.1985
Place of birth: Tiko (Cameroon)
Height: 206cm/6'9"
Weight: -
Position: PF/C
Main statistics
Points per game 6.3
Rebounds per game 2.8
Assists per game 0.3
 Player Profile
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Career: Iraklis (Greece-HEBA, 2000-03), Cantu (Italy-Lega, 2003-04), Aris (Greece-HEBA, 2004-05), Olympiakos (Greece-HEBA, 2005-08)

Sofoklis Schortsianitis was a huge hit at the 2006 FIBA World Championship in Japan following a very impressive campaign at Olympiacos under then coach Jonas Kazlauskas. In the time since, he has struggled to maintain his focus and battled weight issues. The mid-season appointment of National Team boss Panagiotis Yannakis at Olympiacos after the Reds’ sacking of Pini Gershon has fuelled hopes that Schortsianitis will rediscover the magic. Big Sofo agreed to attend a special center in Switzerland to lose weight and made his first steps back to basketball in the spring. `Baby Shaq’ is very strong, tall, heavy, but at the same time extremely explosive as a player and quick, with a variety of moves in the paint. At his best, Sofo can be the player to change the momentum of a game.

 Competition   PPG   RPG   APG 
 FIBA World Championship 2010  12  4.8   0.3 
 EuroBasket 2009  11.9  3.4   0.2 
 Olympic Games: Tournament Men 2008  3  1.4   0 
 FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament for Men 2008  6.3  2.8   0.3 
 Stankovic Continental Champions Cup 2006  5  2   0 
 FIBA World Championship 2006  7.9  1   0.1 
 European Championship for Men 2003  4.5  4   0.5 
 World Championship for Junior Men 2003  18.1  9.8   1.5 
 Saporta Cup 2002  3.3  3   0.7 
 European Championship for Junior Men 2002  17.8  10.1   2 
 European Championship for Cadets 2001  15  9.4   0.9 

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