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Angelo Tsagarakis was born on 3 June, 1984 in Mantes-la-Jolie, France, is a French basketball player. At 36 years old, Angelo Tsagarakis height is 6 ft 2 in (190.0 cm).
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In August 2017, Tsagarakis followed his head coach from Trikala Aries, Giannis Kastritis, and signed a one-year contract with Lymis He helped the ambitious Kymis club to the best record in its young history in the Greek Basket League, as they finished the regular season tied for 6th place, alongside Lavrio, with a 14 win and 12 loss record. The team henceforth reached the Greek League’s playoffs for the first time, and matched up with Greece’s powerhouse Olympiacos in the first round. They lost game 1 on the road by 3 points, and ended up losing the series 2–0. He finished the season averaging 7 points per game in 20 minutes.
His greatest accomplishment representing his home country came in the summer of 2017. Tsagarakis finished in the top 3 scorers of the 4th FIBA 3x3 World Cup, in Nantes (France - June, 17th to 21st), with 46 points in 7 games (1 point behind the world's number one ranked Bulut), and led team France to the bronze medal, which was the second world medal in the history of French 3x3 basketball in the senior category. He also distinguished himself by winning the 3 point shootout contest over of Dutch national team player Joey Schelvis and Czech national team Michaela Uhrová, who was MVP of the 2016 World Cup.
In the week preceding the World Cup in Nantes, Tsagarakis was named the MVP of the Big 12 International Tournament that was held in Voiron (France), that was won by the French team. In early July, he also competed with the French team at the 2017 FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup in Amsterdam, finishing 5th, after losing in the quarterfinals against the surprising champion, Latvia). He once again led the team in scoring, with 19 points in 3 games. Tsagarakis also participated in the long distance shootout contest and finished second behind the Russian national team player Alexander Zakharov.
In September 2016, Tsagarakis decided to leave France and joined Aries Trikala of the high-profile Greek Basket League, Greece's top-tier level, after having previously gained a Greek passport and Greek citizenship, due to his Greek heritage. With Kelsey Barlow and Tsagarakis as top performers, Trikala, although the smallest budgeted team of the league, exceeded expectations, and flirted with making the league's playoffs throughout the second part of the season, surpassing for the first time in the club's history a total of 10 wins in a single season in the Greek's professional elite level. Tsagarakis made his mark by finishing as the fifth best Greek nationality scorer in the league, with 10 an average of points per game, and also finishing second in the Greek League in 3 point shots made and attempted on the season.
He led France to an undefeated campaign in the 2016 FIBA Europe 3x3 Championships Qualifier, which was held in Poitiers, France (July 1–2, 2016), with victories against Estonia, Poland, Israel, Romania, and Italy. He led all scorers with 43 points, which was also the best mark among all players throughout the qualification phase (3 qualifiers total held in Amsterdam, Andorra, and Poitiers), as he finished ahead of the number one ranked 3x3 player in the world, Dušan Bulut, and Spanish ACB League player Álex Llorca.
Tsagarakis entered the following 2015–16 season with the LNB Pro B club JA Vichy-Clermont Métropole Basket, a new club with big ambitions, resulting from the merger between the clubs of Jeanne d'Arc Vichy and Stade Clermontois. Being the key element of head coach Fabien Romeyer's system, Tsagarakis achieved an individual season in line with his previous standards of play in the Pro B, as he averaged more than 11 points per game. The team failed to clinch a playoffs spot, yet finished with an honorable .500 record, with 17 wins and 17 losses.
Tsagarakis has been a member and leader of the 3x3 senior French National 3x3 Team since 2012. He competed at the FIBA 3x3 World Tour for the first time in the summer of 2015, and he quickly established himself as one of the premier 3x3 players on the international scene. He first won the 3x3 French Open in Clermont-Ferrand (July 25, 2015), then led his Paris team to a third-place finish in the European Prague Masters (8-9 August 2015), where he was named one of the 3 most spectacular players of the tournament. He finished the year as the number one ranked French national player in the FIBA 3x3 world individual rankings for the year 2015. Tsagarakis also won the FIBA 3x3 Open de France (held in Orléans on 30 July 2016), for the second time in a row, while preparing with the French national 3x3 team for the FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup, which confirmed once again his top position in the French 3x3 basketball landscape.
Over the summer of 2014, Tsagarakis and his streetball team, Hood Mix 2.0, claimed the Quai 54 crown, which is considered to be one of the best international street ball tournaments in the world. He started competing on the professional FIBA 3x3 stage in 2015 and met immediate success as he finished the year the number 1 french player in the FIBA rankings. After leading Team Paris to a third place finish in their first ever FIBA 3x3 Masters in Prague (August, 8-9th 2015), Tsagarakis was named one of the 3 most spectacular players of the tournament. Tsagarakis also won back to back 3x3 Open de France (French National Championship) in 2015 and 2016.
Looking for more responsibilities, for his second full season as a professional, Tsagarakis decided to sign for another Pro B, team, Saint Vallier Basket Drôme. He played in all 34 games of the regular season, starting 19. He averaged 8 points, 2.1 rebounds, and 1.4 assists per game, in 21 minutes spent on the court on average, while shooting 34% from 3 point range (58 made on 169 attempts), and 84% from the free-throw line (50 made on 59 attempts). He helped Saint Vallier Basket Drôme to an all-time best 17–17 win/loss record, as they finished one spot shy of earning a playoff seed.
It was during the 2013–14 season with Stade Olympique Maritime Boulonnais (SOMB) that Tsagarakis played some of the best basketball of his professional career. As the captain of a Boulogne team equipped with only the 9th biggest budget of the league, he finished as the second best French nationality scorer of the competition, with an average of 13.1 points per game, and he led SOMB to a historical 2nd-tier level French LNB Pro B national title. He was named by a consensus of specialized media such as Basket Hebdo, "Catch & Shoot" (now "BeBasket"), "Inside Basket Europe", and Eurobasket.com, as the league's best shooting guard. He was also nominated for the LNB Pro B Best French Player of the Year award, and finished as the runner-up to Michel Morandais.
From September 14–16th, 2018, Tsagarakis competed once more in the FIBA 3x3 Europe Cup, while representing France. France finished 7th, after losing in the quarterfinals against Russia. The competition was held in Bucarest. Although France failed again to win a medal at the competition, Tsagarakis dominated the 3 point shoot-out competition, and earned himself another gold medal in the competition, after the one he had earlier obtained at the World Cup in Nantes, in 2017. It was the third individual international medal for Tsagarakis in as many events in the contest.
He finished the regular season as the 9th best French nationality scorer in the league, with an average of 12.2 points per game, which earned him his second straight Pro B All-Star selection by the media. He was later selected at the end of the season to the All-Pro B First Team by the specialized site "Catch & Shoot". He also led the league in free-throw shooting percentage, at 91.5% on the season (65 of 71).
For the second straight season in JL Bourg-en-Bresse, Tsagarakis distinguished himself as one of the best French players in the French 2nd-tier level LNB Pro B league. Considered a potential MVP candidate throughout the season, by specialized websites such as "catch-and-shoot.fr" and "basketactu.com", he unfortunately suffered 2 broken ribs after a blind hit from Denain's power forward Juwann James. in late November 2011.
In the early stages of the Pro B regular season, Tsagarakis was invited onto Frédéric Schweickert's "Carrément Basket" radio show on RTL - L'équipe (10/14/2009). He was also named the team's co-captain by head coach Laurent Pluvy.
After a solid season with Saint-Vallier, Tsagarakis decided to sign back with JL Bourg-en-Bresse, his first pro team following his return to France after college. The 2010–11 season, was a season during which he showed consistency within his performance level, particularly in the second half of the season. He started 8 of the last 11 games, averaging over 15 points per game, while shooting 47% from the field and 50% from behind the arc, along with averaging 2.2 rebounds and 2 assists (with an efficiency of 12), in 26 minutes per game. Between the 24th and 30th league games, he posted statistics that provided him with instant recognition as being one of the premier guards in the league; as during that stretch, he averaged 20 points per game, while shooting 50% from the field, with an impressive 54% from 3 point range, on 8 attempts per game, along with 2.7 rebounds and 2.2 assists (efficiency of 16.7) in 30 minutes per game on average. For the season overall, Tsagarakis played in all 34 games of the regular season, starting 11. He averaged 11.5 points, 2 rebounds, and 1.6 assists per game. He also finished second in the league in free-throw percentage, at 88%.
After being the best French nationality scorer and player of his club team's each season since 2010–11, Tsagarakis finally played in the French top-tier level LNB Pro A with SOMB, in the 2014–15 season. His first season in the French national elite level was poorly negotiated by his club, which was relegated back down to the 2nd-tier level LNB Pro B for the next season.
Tsagarakis was a 2008 All CCAA Conference Second Team selection, a 2008 All CCAA Tournament Team selection, and a 2008 CCAA Tournament finalist. He averaged 16 points, 3 rebounds, and 3 assists per game during the CCAA Tournament. He ranked 10th in all of NCAA Division II college basketball in free throw percentage, at 87.5% (84 made on 96 attempts). He tied the school record for 3-point field goals made in a single season, with 75. He was also named the team's captain by coach Greg Kamansky.
He played in all 28 games, starting 26, and averaged 15.1 points per game, along with 2.5 rebounds, and 2.5 assists per game. He led the team in total assists, with 70 for the season, free throw percentage at 87.5% (84 made on 96 attempts), and 3-point field goal percentage, at 37.5% (75 made on 201 attempts). He shot 42.5% overall from the field for the season (132 made on 311 attempts). He had the game-winning buzzer-beater 3 point made field goal versus Chico State University (1/11/2008, final score 64–61) in the CCAA conference game.
Tsagarakis signed in early May 2008 his first professional contract with the French second-tier division LNB Pro B league regular season runner-up, JL Bourg-en-Bresse. He played a total of 7 games as a medical replacement of Raphaël Desroses, the team’s leading scorer on the season. Angelo helped Bourg-en-Bresse to the Pro B semi-finals as he averaged 10 points and 2 assists in 6 playoff games, while shooting 50% from the field, 44% from three-point land & 100% from the free-throw line (11/11) in only 19 minutes per game on average.
Dime & Nike Basketball's “Ballers Network” specialized website selected him as the October 2008 player profile of the month. Shortly after the start of the regular season, he was a special guest on the second episode of the “Ballin” radio show, on October 27, 2008 (103.5 FM – Grenoble / www.jump-shot.net).
Angelo Tsagarakis is the son of Antonis and Maryse Tsagarakis. He speaks four languages fluently: French (which is his native tongue), English, Spanish, and Greek. He graduated from Oregon State University in 2007, with a Bachelor of Science in International Business, along with a minor in Spanish. He also studied E-Commerce at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona in 2008.
He was an NCAA Student-Athlete academic achievement recipient in 2005, 2006, and 2007. His sister, Catherine Tsagarakis-Ostrowski, is a Lyon, France veterinary school graduate. Tsagarakis is a former high school teammate, and close friend of, former college basketball standout and Olympian with the Nigerian national basketball team, Josh Akognon. His last name is pronounced Tsah-gah-rah-kiss, the initial "T" is not silent.
Tsagarakis was named in 2004, by the French magazine Maxi-Basket, as one of the top 3 French players of his generation (players born in 1984). He competed at the French Nike Camp several times, and was the MVP in 1999, and an all-star in 1998, 1999, and 2000. He won the under-18 division II French national championship in 2000, with his club team Poissy, while averaging 13 points per game during the tournament's Final Four: He had an 18-point effort in the semifinal against Mulhouse (all in the second-half), to help Poissy overcome a 21-point half-time deficit.
He scored in double-figures eight times during the season, and had 13 games where he made at least two threes. He also played 20-plus minutes five times during the season. He attempted just 27 two-point field goals, connecting on 13. He was named the 2004 French Hoops College Freshman of the Year.
After a promising freshman season, Tsagarakis was forced to remain sidelined the next season, as he red-shirted, due to a shoulder surgery. He suffered a rotator cuff tear, when he dislocated his right shoulder prior to the start of practice in a preseason workout. He had surgery on September 16, 2004, to repair the problem. Tsagarakis had hoped to return to game action by the start of Pac-10 Conference play, but it was decided that a red-shirt year would be the best for him.
For his first full season as a professional athlete, Tsagarakis helped Paris Levallois to win the 2009 French Pro B regular season championship (28-6 win/loss record), which provided the ball club with the automatic bid for promotion to the LNB Pro A league the next season. In his 4 playoff games, as Paris Levallois reached the Pro B semifinals, Angelo averaged 8.5 points and 1.5 assists, in 17 minutes played per contest. He had a key performance in game 2 of the opening round.: 14 points (4 of 8 shooting), 4 assists, 3 steals, 3 rebounds, and 4 turnovers, in 25 minutes played against Saint-Étienne. He also had some notable performances during the regular season, while helping Paris Levallois to rejoin the French elite professional division: 04/17/2009 @ Antibes: 12 points in 11 minutes -/- 03/17/2009 vs. Lyon-Villeurbanne (ASVEL) - ProA/French Cup's third round: 10 points in 13 minutes -/- 12/19/2008 @ Saint-Quentin: 6 points in 6 minutes -/- 11/25/2008 vs. Boulazac: 11 points in 12 minutes -/- 10/21/2008 @ Quimper: 12 points in 11 minutes. During the regular season, he saw the floor in 28 games, for an average of 3.1 points in 7 minutes.
Tsagarakis attended his senior year of high school at Casa Grande High School, in Petaluma, California, in 2002–03, after coming to the United States, from France. He led Casa Grande to a 24–5 record, the best mark in school history. He also led Casa to championship victory in both the Sonoma County League (11–1 record), and Conference Tournament. He was named team captain by coach Jeremy Russotti, and he averaged 23 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 5.5 assists a game as a senior. He made 100 three-point field goals, shooting 42 percent from beyond the arc, becoming one of only six players in Sonoma county to ever hit the century mark on three-pointers made in a season.
Tsagarakis had one of the most memorable moments in the youth tournament's final four history, when he hit 4 three-point field goals in a span of a minute and thirty seconds, to cut his team's deficit to one point, with 3 minutes left in the game. He carried Poissy to the French National Under-18 Sweet 16 in 2001 and 2002, while averaging above 25 points per game in both seasons. He also helped Poissy to a 12-9 record at the 5th-tier level French National 3 in 2002, while averaging 18 points and 9 assists per game at the age of 17 (he led the team in both scoring and assists). Finally, he took Poissy to the French National Under-15 Elite 8 (Poissy finished 5th in the country) in 1999, while averaging just above 23 points per game.
Tsagarakis was a member of the Under-18 French National Team in 2001, and he played with the Under-20 French National Team in 2003, averaging 14.3 points per game in the 2004 FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship's qualifier tournament.
After helping two of the more recent top-tier level Greek teams to their best historical seasons, Tsagarakis was offered a new challenge by Ionikos Nikaias, a previous team of the Greek League, that was looking to find its way back to the Greek top-tier level, for the first time since 1987. Known as a winner, Tsagarakis signed a two-year deal with the freshly crowned Greek Third Division national champions, with the dual goal of him helping the club to also win the Greek 2nd Division championship in the club’s attempt to earn a long-awaited for league promotion back to Greece's top-tier league. He decided to leave the club before the season ended because of unpaid salaries.
Angelo Constantin Tsagarakis (alternate spellings: Angelos, Aggelos, Tsagkarakis) (Greek: Άγγελος Τσαγκαράκης; born June 3, 1984) is a retired French-Greek professional basketball player who played both point guard and shooting guard. Tsagarakis played college basketball at Oregon State University, with the Oregon Beavers, and at Cal Poly Pomona, with the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos. Recognized as one of the premier 3x3 players on the international scene, he was a member and leader of the French National Team that competed and brought back the bronze medal at the 2017 FIBA 3x3 World Cup. While representing France in international competitions between 2017 and 2018, Tsagarakis brought back two long distance shooting gold medals at the 2017 World Cup in Nantes and the 2018 Europe Cup in Bucharest. He was also the top FIBA ranked French 3x3 player for the year 2015.
He played in 44 games, with 36 in the starting lineup, and he averaged 13.1 points, 2 rebounds, and 3 assists, with an 11.1 rating in 30 minutes played per game, while shooting 38.4% from 3 point range (124 out of 324), and 89.3% from the foul line (134 out of 150). Between the 6th and 10th games of the season, Tsagarakis averaged 21 points on 50% shooting, with a 19.8 rating.