Europrobasket would like to thank Professional Greek coach Dimitrios Kyriakou for his visit to the academy. Dimitrious came to Europrobasket with a long history as a head coach, assistant coach and director/coordinator for different professional and collegiate programs. His most recent experience comes as a Head Coach for the Greek National Basketball Team to the Maccabiah games. Also as the Head Coach of The Anatolia College Basketball team which is in the 2nd National Division in Greece. Other experiences are with the Jordanian’s National Team in the U18 and U16 groups, Pierkos/Arhelaos B.C., AJAX Evosmos, and Anagennisi-Floga as a head coach in the 2nd division. As well as numerous clubs in the 1st Division Greece as an assistant coach such as Rethymno Aegean B.C., Kavala B.C., and Iraklis B.C. Not to mention working as an assistant coach in the United States for various NCAA programs such as Furman University NCAA DI and the University of Nevada NCAA DI.

In all these years and experiences with various professional and NCAA Division I programs he has been very successful with a 255-65 win loss record!! He’s been the Undefeated National champion with Aris U18 Junior team, State Champion with Aris U18 Junior team, State Champion with Iraklis U18 Junior Team, Champion of North and Central Greece with Iraklis U18 Junior Team, been to the final four with Aris and Iraklis U18 Junior teams, brought Aetos Kilkis to the 3rd place position with the best record in the clubs history, and received coach of the year for juniors! The list goes on and on for this great coach!

The staff and players feel blessed to have had the opportunity to learn from a coach with such extensive knowledge and deep insight to the game of basketball on a World level. Thank you coach Dimitrios Kyriakou, we look forward to having you as a coach for the European Summer League in June!!

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