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Jean-Jacques Conceicao (Angola)
Born on April 03, 1964, in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo.
200cm (6'6")
Power Forward
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Enshrined as a player in the FIBA Hall of Fame on June 19, 2013.


  • Primeiro de Agosto Luanda (Angola): 1982-1988
  • Benfica Lisbon (Portugal): 1988-1996
  • Limoges CSP (France): 1996-1999
  • Unicaja Malaga (Spain): 1999-2000
  • Portugal Telecom Lisbon (Portugal): 2000-2003

Club Highlights

  • 10-time Portuguese National League Champion (7 times with Benfica and 3 with Portugal Telecom)
  • 7-time Portuguese Cup Champion (5 times with Benfica and 2 with Portugal Telecom)
  • 5-time SuperCup Champion (4 times with Benfica and 1 with Portugal Telecom)
  • 6-time League Cup Champion (all with Benfica)

National Team

  • 7-time FIBA Africa Championship gold medalist (1989,1992,1993,1995,1999,2001 and 2003)
  • 2-time FIBA Africa Championship silver medalist (1983 and 1985)
  • FIBA Africa Championship bronze medalist (1997)
  • 3 FIBA World Championship participations (1986,1990 and 1994)
  • 2 Olympic Games participations (1992 and 1996)Participant FIBA World Championship for Junior Men (1983)

Individual Highlights

  • Named Africa's Most Valuable Basketball Player in 2011,as part of the celebration of 50th anniversary of FIBA Africa's foundation
  • One of two players,along with Angelo Victoriano (ANG),to have won 7 FIBA Africa Championships