Marcos Delía

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Marcos Delía
Marcos Delía 2015.jpg
No. 16 – UCAM Murcia
Position Power forward / Center
League Liga ACB
Personal information
Born (1992-04-08) April 8, 1992 (age 26)
Saladillo, Argentina
Nationality Argentine / Italian
Listed height 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m)
Listed weight 245 lb (111 kg)
Career information
NBA draft 2014 / Undrafted
Playing career 2010–present
Career history
2010–2014 Boca Juniors
2014–2016 Obras Sanitarias
2016–present UCAM Murcia

Marcos Nicolás Delía[1] (born April 8, 1992) is an Argentine-Italian[2][3] professional basketball player for UCAM Murcia. He also represents the senior Argentina national basketball team internationally. He is a 2.11 m (6 ft 11 in)[4] tall center, that can also play as a power forward, if needed.

Professional career[edit]

Delía played with Lanus Buenos Aires in Argentina during the 2008–09 season. He spent the 2009–10 season with Ciudad de Saladillo. He then moved to the Argentine club Boca Juniors, in 2010, and he stayed there until 2014, when he moved to the Argentine club Obras Sanitarias.

In 2016, he moved to the Spanish League club UCAM Murcia.

Argentine national team[edit]

Delía was a member of the junior national teams of Argentina. With Argentina's junior national teams, he played at the won the gold medal at the 2009 FIBA South America Under-17 Championship, where he won a gold medal, at the 2010 FIBA Americas Under-18 Championship, and at the 2011 FIBA Under-19 World Championship.

He has also been a member of the senior men's Argentine national basketball team. With the senior Argentine national team, he has won medals at the following tournaments: the 2012 South American Championship, where he won a gold medal, the 2014 South American Championship, where he won a silver medal, the 2013 FIBA Americas Championship, where he won a bronze medal, and the 2015 FIBA Americas Championship, where he won a silver medal.

He has also played with Argentina's senior national team at the following tournaments: the 2011 Pan American Games and the 2015 Pan American Games, the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup, 2016 South American Championship, and the 2016 Summer Olympics.[5]

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