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Ioannis Gagaloudis

Ioannis Gagaloudis
Γιάννης Γκαγκαλούδης
Position Point guard / Shooting guard
League Greek League
Personal information
Born (1978-08-22) August 22, 1978
Athens, Greece
Nationality Greek
Listed height 6 ft 3.75 in (1.92 m)
Listed weight 190 lb (86 kg)
Career information
Pro career 1998–present
Career history
1998–1999 Paleo Faliro
1999–2001 Dafni
2001–2003 Aris
2003–2004 Panathinaikos
2004–2006 PAOK
2006–2007 AEK Athens
2007–2008 Rethymno
2008 Virtus Roma
2008–2009 Kavala
2009–2010 Olympias Patras
2010–2012 Maroussi
2012–2013 Apollon Limassol
2012–2013 Kavala
2013 Étoile Sportive du Sahel
2014–present Livadeia

Ioannis Gagaloudis (alternate spellings: Yannis, Giannis, Gagaloudes, Gkagkaloudis) (Greek: Γιάννης Γκαγκαλούδης; born August 22, 1978) is a Greek professional basketball player.[1] He is 1.92 m (6 ft 3¾ in) tall and 86 kg (190 lbs.) in weight. Born in Athens, Greece, he can play at both the point guard and shooting guard positions.

Professional career

Gagaloudis won the 2003 FIBA EuroCup Challenge with Aris, and a Greek Basket League championship with Panathinaikos, in 2004.

Awards and accomplishments


  1. ^ FIBA Profile - Ioannis Gkagkaloudis.

External links

  • Profile
  • Eurocup Profile
  • FIBA Profile
  • Profile
  • Balkan League Profile
  • Greek Basket League Profile (Greek)
  • Italian League Profile (Italian)
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