NOCIONI, ANDRES
Height: 2.03 Born: 30 November, 1979 Nationality: Italy
EuroLeague 2018-19 STATISTICS
Career Notes
  • Made his debut with Racing Club Avellaneda (Argentina) during the 1995-96 season.
  • Signed for the 1996-97 season by Olimpia Venado Tuerto.
  • Signed for the 1997-98 by Independiente General Pico.
  • Played there also the 1998-99 championship.
  • Moved to Spain for the 1999-00 season, signed by Baskonia Vitoria.
  • Sent on loan for the 2000-01 season to Basket Manresa, LEB.
  • Back to Baskonia Vitoria for the 2001 playoffs.
  • Played there till the 2003-04 championship.
  • Signed for the 2004-05 season by Chicago Bulls.
  • Played there till Februry'09.
  • Traded to Sacramento Kings.
  • Played there also the 2009-10 championship.
  • Signed for the 2010-11 season by Philadelphia 76ers.
  • Moved to Argentina in November'11, signed by Penarol Mar del Plata.
  • In December'11 back to Philadelphia 76ers.
  • In March'12 moved to Spain signed by Baskonia Vitoria.
  • Played there till the 2013-14 championship.
  • Signed for the 2014-15 season by Real Madrid CF.
  • He's still playing there.
Miscellaneous
  • Won the 2015 Euroleague with Real Madrid CF.
  • Named the 2015 Final MVP.
  • Won the 2015 Intercontinental Cup with Real Madrid CF.
  • Named to the 2002-03 All-Euroleague 2nd Team.
  • Won the 2001-02 Spanish National Championship with Baskonia Vitoria.
  • Won the 2014-15 and 2015-16 Spanish National Championship with Real Madrid CF.
  • Won the 2002 and 2004 Spanish National Cup with Baskonia Vitoria.
  • Won the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Spanish National Cup with Real Madrid CF.
  • Won the 2014 Spanish Super Cup with Real Madrid CF.
  • Named the 2004 Spanish League MVP.
  • Played the 1999 Argentinean All Star Game.
  • Played the 2003 Spanish All Star Game.
  • Has been member of the Argentinean U-16 National Team.
  • Won the 1995 South American U-16 Championship.
  • Member of the Argentinean National Team.
  • Won the gold medal at the 2004 Olympic Games.
  • Won the silver medal at the 2002 World Championship.
  • Won the bronze medal at the 2008 Olympic Games.
  • Won the gold medal at the 2011 Americas Champinship.
  • Won the silver medal at the 1999 South American Championship.
  • Won the silver medal at the 2015 Americas Championship.
  • Won the bronze medal at the 1999 Panamerican Games.
  • Played at the 2006 and 2014 World Championships.
  • Played at the 2016 Olympic Games.
Euroleague
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG % 3FG % FT % Reb St As Bl
2001-02 Tau Ceramica 20 181 9.1 49/90 54.4 16/38 42.1 35/45 77.8 76 26 17 12
2002-03 Tau Ceramica 19 320 16.8 87/156 55.8 31/71 43.7 53/76 69.7 144 15 25 19
2003-04 Tau Ceramica 16 220 13.8 58/110 52.7 20/53 37.7 44/58 75.9 92 14 24 15
2012-13 Laboral Kutxa Vitoria 28 305 10.9 70/139 50.4 32/95 33.7 69/90 76.7 113 14 21 16
2013-14 Laboral Kutxa Vitoria 21 285 13.6 69/133 51.9 29/83 34.9 60/76 78.9 138 17 35 26
2014-15 Real Madrid 29 251 8.7 55/102 53.9 34/91 37.4 39/49 79.6 112 7 15 10
2015-16 Real Madrid 24 139 5.8 20/44 45.5 24/71 33.8 27/35 77.1 64 3 4 11
2016-17 Real Madrid 15 36 2.4 6/16 37.5 7/26 26.9 3/5 60 12 2 5 0
Totals 172 1737 10.1 414/790 52.4 193/528 36.6 330/434 76 751 98 146 109
Averages 172 1737 10.1 414/790 52.4 193/528 36.6 330/434 76 4.4 0.6 0.8 0.6
Career Stats
Other Competition
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG
M-A
% 3FG
M-A
% FT
M-A
% Reb St As Bl
1995/96  Racing Av. 31 185 6 67/114 58,8 9/16 56,3 24/43 55,8 47 8 10 6
1996/97  Olimpia VT 34 205 6 56/106 52,8 12/29 41,4 57/84 67,9 63 16 4 6
1997/98  Indep. GP 50 453 9,1 163/273 59,7 5/19 26,3 112/169 66,3 187 31 14 15
1998/99  Indep. GP 60 712 11,9 250/425 58,8 24/53 45,3 145/217 66,8 265 43 31 36
1999/00  Tau Vitoria 11 35 3,2 9/20 45 2/3 66,7 11/19 57,9 16 5 2 2
2000/01  Manresa 36 573 15,9 161/295 54,6 37/93 39,8 140/182 76,9 307 68 31 49
 Tau Vitoria 2 0 0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0 0 1 0
2001/02  Tau Vitoria 44 513 11,7 120/208 57,7 57/157 36,3 102/136 75 234 37 40 17
2002/03  Tau Vitoria 39 649 16,6 170/334 50,9 56/153 36,6 141/182 77,5 259 31 58 35
2003/04  Tau Vitoria 42 577 13,7 183/364 50,3 59/158 37,3 104/147 70,7 275 33 72 25
2004/05  Chicago 81 677 8,4 216/504 42,9 25/97 25,8 170/222 76,6 386 37 122 34
2005/06  Chicago 82 1063 13 290/593 48,9 93/238 39,1 204/242 84,3 500 40 117 52
2006/07  Chicago 53 749 14,1 193/375 51,5 80/209 38,3 123/145 84,8 301 27 57 24
2007/08  Chicago 82 1080 13,2 253/531 47,6 126/346 36,4 196/243 80,7 342 25 95 43
2008/09  Chicago 53 551 10,4 186/449 41,4 79/209 37,8 100/124 80,6 222 26 60 16
 Sacramento 23 316 13,7 113/252 44,8 45/102 44,1 45/59 76,3 139 13 42 17
2010/11  Philadelphia 54 327 6,1 76/160 47,5 42/120 35 49/61 80,3 171 14 45 15
2011/12  Penarol 2 33 16,5 10/18 55,6 0/5 0 13/20 65 22 1 1 1
 Philadelphia 10 17 1,7 4/13 30,8 1/5 20 6/11 54,5 13 1 1 1
 Caja Laboral 12 116 9,7 32/62 51,6 14/30 46,7 10/12 83,3 42 6 7 4
2012/13  Caja Laboral 36 479 13.3 104/190 54.7 58/126 46.0 97/125 77.6 179 28 33 18
2013/14  Laboral Kutxa 32 469 14.7 90/174 51.7 69/145 47.6 82/102 80.4 151 16 43 25
2014/15  Real Madrid 40 329 8.2 59/115 51.3 56/115 48.7 43/51 84.3 149 15 27 13
2015/16  Real Madrid 36 259 7.2 26/56 46.4 58/118 49.2 33/40 82.5 93 12 12 11