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Daniele Magro

Daniele Magro
EA7 Emporio Armani Milano
Position Center
League Serie A
Personal information
Born (1987-04-14) April 14, 1987
Padua, Italy
Nationality Italian
Listed height 208 cm (6 ft 10 in)
Listed weight 109 kg (240 lb)
Career information
NBA draft 2009 / Undrafted
Pro career 2005–present
Career history
2005 Benetton Treviso
2005–2006 Istrana
2006–2009 Gattamelata Padova
2009–2014 Reyer Venezia (Italy)
2009–2010 Fulgor Fidenza (Italy)
2010–2011 Pallacanestro Trieste ([Italy)
2014-2015 Pistoia Basket 2000 (Italy)
2015-present EA7 Emporio Armani Milano (Italy)
Career highlights and awards
  • Serie A All-Star (2012, 2014)

Daniele Magro (born April 14, 1987) is an Italian professional basketball player who plays for EA7 Emporio Armani Milano of the Italian Serie A as a center (basketball).

Contents

  • Career 1
  • International career 2
  • Career statistics 3
    • Serie A 3.1
      • Regular season 3.1.1
      • Playoffs 3.1.2
  • Personal life 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Career

The Padua native first played for local side Pallacanestro Piove di Sacco from which he was recruited by another Veneto club, Benetton Treviso - at the time one the best Italian teams - to play for their junior team in 2003.

Two Under 19 championship finals with Benetton followed in two years but in 2005 he left the club and joined Istrana in the amateur Serie C.[1]

After one year in Istrana he returned to his home to play for Gattamelata Padova, also in the amateur divisions.[1]

He was noticed by neighbouring club Reyer Venezia who invited him to train with the club in June 2007 with an eye of adding young players following new league regulations.[2] He was later signed by Reyer, then in Legadue, and alternated between the Reyer Under 21 and Padova squads,[3] losing the promotion playoffs for the third division with the latter in 2009.[4]

Magro would still play in that division as he was loaned by Reyer to Serie A Dilettanti clubs Siram Fidenza (Italian) in 2009-10[5] and Pallacanestro Trieste in 2010-11 to help him gain experience at a higher level.

He acquitted himself well enough and was recalled to Venice to be incorporated into the first team, that had been promoted to the first division since then, for the 2011-2012 season.[1]

Magro made his belated debut in Serie A in 2011, later on scoring his first points in the league, scoring what he described as the “easiest basket in my life”[4] against champions Montepaschi Siena.[6] The center scarcely played that season, averaging under six minutes per game, but was called up for the Serie A All Star Game[7] as one of the few Italian centers in the first division.

The next season he played more though he remained a bench option, he again made the All Star Game[8] and posted solid figures as Reyer reached the playoffs for the second successive season, losing in the first round once more. His third year for the gold and maroons halted that progress, both for Magro, who played under ten minutes per game in 2013-14, and the team who missed the playoff places.

Magro left Veneto to look for more game time,[9] moving to Tuscany to join Pistoia Basket 2000 for the 2014-15 season.[10]

In July 2015, Magro joined Italian powerhouse EA7 Emporio Armani Milano - who also play in the Euroleague, Europe's premier club competition.[11]

International career

Magro was called up to Italy squads starting from 2012 but hardly played, he was more active for the Italy B squad, playing at the 2013 Mediterranean Games.[12]

After a slew of injuries for the senior squad, with Andrea Bargnani and Angelo Gigli amongst many to pull out, left Italy bereft of big men, the 2.08m player was called to the senior for EuroBasket 2013.[13] He barely played as Italy finished 8th.[14]

Magro was called up to the Italy squad for the FIBA EuroBasket 2015 qualification games against Russia but was virtually unused[15] and has seemingly slipped out of contention for the 2015 tournament.

Career statistics

Serie A [16]

Regular season

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
2011-12 Umana Venezia 16 0 5.6 60.9 0.0 50.0 1.8 0.1 0.0 0.1 1.9
2012-13 Umana Venezia 28 16 11.2 67.9 0.0 66.7 3.1 0.3 0.3 0.2 3.3
2013-14 Umana Venezia 28 3 9.0 70.0 0.0 58.8 2.8 0.2 0.3 0.4 2.9
2014-15 Giorgio Tesi Group Pistoia 26 2 11.0 60.0 0.0 78.3 3.2 0.3 0.3 0.5 3.0
Career 98 21 9.2 64.7 0.0 63.4 2.7 0.2 0.2 0.3 2.8

Playoffs

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG
2011-12 Umana Venezia 3 0 5.6 66.7 0.0 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.3
2012-13 Umana Venezia 3 2 8.3 83.3 0.0 0.0 2.3 0.0 0.0 0.7 3.3
Career 6 2 6.9 75.0 0.0 0.0 1.3 0.0 0.0 0.3 2.3

Personal life

The nephew of former player Luigi Magro (Italian) who mostly played in the second division. As a child Daniele used to go see his games for Petrarca Padova and strived to follow his example.[4]

His grandmother owns a restaurant, Bion in his hometown Padua where his parents also work, he inherited that love of food and likes to cook as well.[4]

References

  1. ^ a b c Minato, Stefano. "Basketball: Reyer in Legadue. Daniele Magro (center) returns. Meini and Allegretti confirmed..", La Nuova Venezia, Mestre, 23 July 2011. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  2. ^ "Last day for Umana Reyer.", Reyer Venezia, 12 June 2007. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  3. ^ "Prandin talks about the challenge in Asti and the callups to the LNP team.", Reyer Venezia, 18 January 2008. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  4. ^ a b c d Tomasutti, Alessandro. "Overwhelmed by an unusual destiny", Il Metropolitano magazine, 18 June 2013. Retrieved on 13 May 2015.(Italian)
  5. ^ "Siram, the center Daniele Magro arrives. Avanzini stays.", Gazzetta di Parma, 23 July 2009. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  6. ^ "Legabasket Serie A - 2° Giornata ritorno (Umana Venezia - Montepaschi Siena).", Lega Basket. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  7. ^ "Dalmonte: the blue family grows.", Corriere dello Sport, Biella, 15 December 2012. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  8. ^ "National basketball team, the blues ready for the All Star Game.", Corriere dello Sport, Ancona, 12 April 2014. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  9. ^ Pacini, Elisa. "Daniele Magro, a hard worker for Pistoia at the 19 derby and event against Valentinas.", Pistoia Basket 2000, 6 September 2014. Retrieved on 25 February 2015.(Italian)
  10. ^ "Pistoia Basket recruits Daniele Magro", Pistoia Basket 2000, 23 July 2014. Retrieved on 25 February 2015.(Italian)
  11. ^ "EA7 Milan adds big man Magro".  
  12. ^ "Daniele Magro", Federazione Italiana Pallacanestro. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  13. ^ "Italy in Slovenia without Gigli.", FIBA Europe, 2 September 2013. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.
  14. ^ "Daniele Magro", Federazione Italiana Pallacanestro. Retrieved on 24 February 2015.
  15. ^ "Daniele Magro (Italy).", FIBA EuroBasket 2015. Retrieved on 13 May 2015.
  16. ^ "Daniele Magro - Statistiche totali", Lega Basket. Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)

External links

  • Serie A profile (Italian) Retrieved on 12 May 2015.(Italian)
  • RealGM profile Retrieved on 12 May 2015.
  • Eurobasket.com profile (subscription required) Retrieved on 12 May 2015.
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