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16 Feb 1958 Natal, Brazil
Mão Santa
205 cm / 107 kg 6'9'' / 235 Pfund
Mann
Oscar Schmidt, who is known only by his first name in his native Brazil, began playing basketball at age 14 in his hometown of Natal. He later became Brazil's greatest player ever and one of the most potent offensive threats ever to play basketball. Schmidt was 2.03 metres (6-8) tall, but relied primarily on his superb outside shot. In the 1979 Pan American Games he won bronze and in the 1987 Pan American Games, Schmidt led Brazil to an upset of the United States in the final, scoring 46 points. Schmidt plays professionally in the Italian league. He was drafted...

Oscar Schmidt, who is known only by his first name in his native Brazil, began playing basketball at age 14 in his hometown of Natal. He later became Brazil's greatest player ever and one of the most potent offensive threats ever to play basketball. Schmidt was 2.03 metres (6-8) tall, but relied primarily on his superb outside shot. In the 1979 Pan American Games he won bronze and in the 1987 Pan American Games, Schmidt led Brazil to an upset of the United States in the final, scoring 46 points. Schmidt plays professionally in the Italian league. He was drafted in the sixth round of the 1984 NBA draft by the New Jersey Nets but never played in the United States. Oscar has been the leading scorer in every league in which he had played. In 1988, 1992, and 1996 he was the leading scorer at the Olympics, and his average of 42.3 points/game in 1988 is an all-time Olympic record. In that year, he also set an Olympic single-game record with 55 points against Spain, and he has seven on the ten highest scoring games in Olympic history.

Oscar Daniel in Zahlen

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Olympische Spiele
Olympische Spiele
Medaillen
Goldmedaille: Silbermedaille: Bronzemedaille:
  • Atlanta
    Atlanta 1996
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Atlanta
    Atlanta 1996
    • 6
      Basketball
      Basketball
  • Barcelona
    Barcelona 1992
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Barcelona
    Barcelona 1992
    • 5
      Basketball
      Basketball
  • Seoul
    Seoul 1988
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Seoul
    Seoul 1988
    • 5
      Basketball
      Basketball
  • Los Angeles
    Los Angeles 1984
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Los Angeles
    Los Angeles 1984
    • 9
      Basketball
      Basketball
  • Moskau
    Moskau 1980
    Spiele
    Ergebnisse
    Sportart
    Wettbewerb
    Moskau
    Moskau 1980
    • 5
      Basketball
      Basketball