Giorgos Sigalas

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Giorgos Sigalas, (Greek Γιώργος Σιγάλας) (born July 31, 1971 in Peristeri, Greece), is a retired Greek professional basketball player.

Sigalas played for Olympiakos BC from 1992 until 1997 winning five consecutive league titles, two Greek Basketball Cups and the Euroleague championship in 1997. He left Olympiakos in 1997 joining Italian League club Stefanel Milano. The following year he returned to Greece to play for Aris BC (1998 - 2001). Afterwards, he transferred to cross-town rivals PAOK BC (2001 - 2002), Spanish club CB Granada (2002 - 2003) and Italian side Viola Reggio Calabria at the end of the 2003 season.

Sigalas returned to Greece in 2003 and played single seasons for Makedonikos and Panionios before closing out his career with Aris BC (2005 - 2007).

Sigalas played for the National Basketball Team of Greece in 185 games and was captain of the national squad for many of those games. He scored 1487 points as an international for the National Basketball Team of Greece.

Since retiring, Sigalas has become a basketball commentator and also works as a coach for the national youth Greek basketball teams.

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