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Arturo Guerrero

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Arturo Guerrero
Personal information
Born (1948-08-30) August 30, 1948 (age 71)
León, Guanajuato, Mexico
Listed height6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Listed weight185 lb (84 kg)
Career information
Playing career1966–1982
PositionSmall forward
Career history
As player:
0Lechugueros de León
0E.C. Sírio
As coach:
1990–1994, 2009–2013Mexico
Career highlights and awards
As player

Arturo Guerrero Moreno (born 30 August 1948) is a Mexican former basketball player and coach. With Mexico's senior national team, he played at two Summer Olympic Games (1968 Mexico City and 1976 Montreal).[2] Due to his shooting ability, he was nicknamed "Mano Santa" ("Holy Hand").[3][4] Along with Manolo Raga, he is generally considered to be one of the two best Mexican basketball players of all time.[5]

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Club playing career

Guerrero played club basketball in Mexico, Italy, with the Brazilian club E.C. Sírio, in Puerto Rico, and in Cuba. With E.C. Sírio, he played in the 1973 FIBA Intercontinental Cup's final, and was the top scorer. With Lechugueros de León, he won two Mexican Basketball Circuit (CIMEBA) championships, in 1971 and 1973.

During his club career, the NBA's Los Angeles Lakers, Cleveland Cavaliers, and San Antonio Spurs, offered him contracts.[6] However, he turned the offers down, because since NBA players were not allowed to play in FIBA competitions at that time, he would not have been able to continue to represent Mexico's national team, if he signed with an NBA team.[7]

National team playing career

Guerrero was a member of the senior men's Mexican national basketball teams that competed at the following major FIBA tournaments: the 1967 FIBA World Cup, the 1968 Summer Olympics, the 1972 Pre-Olympic Tournament, the 1974 FIBA World Cup, the 1976 Pre-Olympic Tournament, and the 1976 Summer Olympics.[8]

With Mexico, Guerrero also won the silver medal at the 1967 Pan American Games, and played at the 1980 FIBA AmeriCup and the 1981 FIBA CentroBasket.

Coaching career

After he ended his basketball playing career, Guerrero became a basketball coach. He was the head coach of the senior men's Mexican national basketball team at the 1991 Pan American Games, the 1992 FIBA AmeriCup, and the 2009 FIBA AmeriCup.


  1. ^ 29º Aniversario y reinauguración de la cancha Arturo «El Pitos» Guerrero (in Spanish).
  2. ^ Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Arturo Guerrero". Olympics at Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 5 June 2012.
  3. ^ Arturo Guerrero inconforme con el basquetbol en México (in Spanish).
  4. ^ Arturo Guerrero y Manuel Raga, líderes anotadores del Mundial de 1974 (in Spanish).
  5. ^ Manuel Raga y Arturo Guerrero, estrellas del baloncesto mexicano (in Spanish).
  6. ^ Manuel Raga y Arturo Guerrero, estrellas del baloncesto mexicano (in Spanish).
  7. ^ Arturo 'Mano Santa' Guerrero, en camino al Salón de la Fama FIBA (in Spanish).
  8. ^ Arturo GUERRERO (MEX).

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