March 16, 1969 |
|Listed height||6 ft 1.25 in (1.86 m)|
|2014–present||AEK Athens (Assistant)|
|Career highlights and awards|
Evangelos "Angelos" Koronios (alternate spelling: Aggelos) (Greek: Ευάγγελος "Άγγελος" Κορωνιός; born March 16, 1969) is a Greek professional basketball coach and a retired professional basketball player.
Born in Athens, Greece, Koronios started playing basketball with the youth clubs of Peristeri in 1982. He began his pro career with the senior men's team of Peristeri in 1986. In 1998, he moved to AEK Athens, where he played for two seasons. Then, he continued his career in PAOK (2000–01), Maroussi, for two seasons (2001–03), Panionios (2003–04), and finally Olympiacos (2004–05).
In the summer of 2007, he was appointed as the new coach of AEK Athens, but he decided to resign "for personal reasons" on October 25. He was later appointed as the new coach of AEK, following the departure of Minas Gekos, in January 2011.
Achievements as a player
Greek national team
- 1991 Mediterranean Games: Silver
- 5x Greek League All Star (1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000)
- Greek Cup Champion: (2000)
- Saporta Cup Champion: (2000)
- Euroleague Player of the Week: (Playoffs - Eighth-finals Game 3; 2000–01)
- Greek All Star Game 3 Point Shootout Contest Champion: (2004)
- He was the all time leader in games played in the Greek League (counting games played since the 1986–87 season) with 448, when he retired.
- He is the all time leader in steals in the Greek League (counting games played since the 1992–93 season).
- He is the all time leader in three pointers made in the Greek League (counting games played since the 1992–93 season).
- He is the all time leading scorer of the Greek League, with 7,080 points scored (counting games played since the 1986–87 season).
- Member of the Eurobasket.com website's Greek Basketball Hall of Fame, inducted as a player.
- Euroleague.net Profile
- FIBA Europe Profile
- AEK Athens Profile
- Greek Basketball Federation Profile (Greek)
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