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Motti Aroesti
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Motti Aroesti (right), 1983
Personal information
Born (1954-07-11) July 11, 1954 (age 65)
Tel Aviv, Israel
NationalityIsraeli
Listed height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Career information
NBA draft1976 / Undrafted
Playing career1971–1991
PositionPoint guard
Number7
Coaching career1992–1996
Career history
As player:
1971–1973Maccabi South Tel Aviv
1973–1988Maccabi Tel Aviv
1990–1991Maccabi Rishon LeZion
As coach:
1992–1993Maccabi Tel Aviv (assistant)
0Maccabi Rehovot
1995–1996Maccabi Givat Shmuel
Career highlights and awards
As player

Motti Aroesti (born 11 July 1954; Tel Aviv, Israel) is a retired Israeli professional basketball player and coach. He played at the point guard position. He was one of the most successful players in Israeli and Maccabi Tel Aviv history. He was among the 105 player nominees for the 50 Greatest EuroLeague Contributors list in 2008.[citation needed]

Professional career

Aroesti played club basketball with Maccabi Tel Aviv, from 1973 to 1988. He was a key piece in Maccabi's first golden era in European basketball. Aroesti wore the Maccabi jersey for 15 consecutive seasons, and won an Israeli League title for each of those years, as well as 11 Israeli State Cups. Moreover, Aroesti helped Maccabi win its first FIBA Europe Champions Cup (EuroLeague) title in the 1976–77 season, and he was still the team's starting point guard, when his team lifted its second top continental trophy in the 1980–81 season.

National team career

As a member of the senior Israeli national basketball team, Aroesti played at the following major tournaments: the 1976 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament, 1979 EuroBasket, the 1980 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament, the 1983 EuroBasket, the 1984 European Olympic Qualifying Tournament, and the 1985 EuroBasket. He won the silver medal at the 1979 EuroBasket, while playing with the senior Israeli national team.[1]

Coaching career

After he retired from playing professional basketball, Aroesti became a basketball coach. He also worked as a sports director.

Personal life

After he ended his basketball coaching career, Aroesti operated a sporting goods store.

References

External links

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