Greek Australian Nicolas Pozoglou joins basketball team in Greece


Greek Australian athlete, Nicolas Pozoglou, has signed with Koroivos, a professional basketball club based in Amaliada, Greece.

In a Facebook post, Koroivos welcomed Nicolas to the team.

Nicolas has played with both the NBL and NBL-One. The club also noted his impressive stats as a basketball player.

In the NBL, the 27-year-old played 22 games with the Ballarat Miners team, a NBL1 South club based in Victoria.

Pozoglou has also played with the Australian professional basketball team Perth Wildcats from Western Australia in the NBL for the 2019–20 season, when they claimed their 10th NBL championship.




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