Aydın Örs

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Aydın Örs
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Örs in September 2017
Personal information
Born 1946
Ankara, Turkey
Nationality Turkish
Coaching career 1981–2007
Career history
As coach:
1981–1992 Efes Pilsen (youth)
1992–2000 Efes Pilsen
2001–2003 Turkey
2003–2007 Fenerbahçe

Aydın Örs (born 1946 in Ankara) is a Turkish former basketball coach and former head coach of Fenerbahçe.[1][2] He started to play basketball in 1963. He played for DSİ Spor and Sekerspor also played for 35 times with the Turkish national basketball team.

He started to be Efes Pilsen youth level coach in 1981 then head-coach of Efes Pilsen SK in 1992. He won 20 cups in 29 years as a head-coach.

He was the head-coach of the Turkish national basketball team when they played in the final of EuroBasket 2001.

He was also the head coach of Efes Pilsen SK where he won couple of titles, as well as the third biggest cup of European basketball on clubs-level, the Korać Cup in 1996. When he was the head-coach of Efes Pilsen S.K. he was known as the architect of "death" zone defense

He also was the head coach of Fenerbahçe in 2007, where he earned another national title. His arguments with Will Solomon were notable as he benched the American basketball player after a few incidents.[citation needed]

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