August 28, 1965 |
Rijeka, SR Croatia, SFR Yugoslavia
|Listed height||6 ft 7.92 in (2.03 m)|
|Career highlights and awards|
Aramis Naglić (born 28 August 1965 in Rijeka) is a Croatian basketball coach and former basketball player. His most important trophies as a player are the silver medal with the Croatia national basketball team at the 1992 Summer Olympics and two European Cups with Split.
After a 23-year-long playing career Naglić started his coaching career. He coached Goranin, Crikvenica and Kvarner 2010 before taking over Inter Bratislava which he led to the 2013 Slovak League title.In 2015 Velimir Perasović was named as Croatian coach, and Perasović named Naglić as his assistant coach. Croatia eliminated in Round of 16 on the EuroBasket 2015 and Perasović, with he Naglić, are was sacked. He coached KK Škrljevo in the First League a one season. In 2017 KK Zadar named Aramis Naglić as new head coach.
- "Aramis Naglić za HR: U današnje je vrijeme veliki izazov biti kolumnist" (in Croatian). hrvatskareprezentacija.hr. February 1, 2014. Retrieved November 1, 2014.
- Aramis Naglić at FIBA Europe
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