Miguel Lutonda

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Miguel Lutonda
Primeiro de Agosto
Position Assistant Coach
League Angolan League
Africa Club Champions Cup
Personal information
Born (1971-12-24) December 24, 1971 (age 44)
Luanda, Angola
Nationality Angolan
Listed height 186 cm (6.10 ft)
Listed weight 78 kg (172 lb)
Career information
Playing career 1985–2012
Career history
1985 GD Banca
1986–1996 GD Nocal
1996–1997 ASA
1998–2012 1º de Agosto


Miguel Pontes Timóteo Lutonda, 186 cm/´6'1", 78 kg/72 lbs, (born December 24, 1971) is a retired Angolan professional basketball point guard.

For two consecutive years: 2001 and 2002, he received the Angola Sportsman of the Year Award.

He is a two-time FIBA Africa Championship MVP, having won such title in 2001 and 2003. He was also voted MVP at the 2003 Angolan league.

On October 17, 2012, Lutonda played his last official match for Primeiro de Agosto, in a game against Recreativo do Libolo for the Victorino Cunha Cup. At the end of the game, his 14 jersey was retired by Primeiro de Agosto.

Career as a Player[edit]

Lutonda represented Angola at the 2000 and 2004 Summer Olympics with the Angola national basketball team. He also competed with Angola at the 2002 and 2006 FIBA World Championships.

Coaching career[edit]

In June 2013, Lutonda has been appointed assistant coach of Angola's U-16 national basketball team. In July 2013, Lutonda won his first gold medal (as assistant coach) as Angola beat Egypt 75-66 in the final.

Achievements[edit]

MVP
2003 Afrobasket
2003 BAI Basket
2001 Afrobasket

Titles Won[edit]

Year Event
2012 Angola Cup (PRI) Champions Cup (PRI)
2011 Angola Super Cup (PRI)
2010 BAI Basket (PRI) Angola Super Cup (PRI) Champions Cup (PRI)
2009 Angolan League (PRI) Angola Cup (PRI) Angola Super Cup (PRI) Champions Cup (PRI)
2008 Angolan League (PRI) Angola Cup (PRI) Angola Super Cup (PRI) Champions Cup (PRI)
2007 Angola Super Cup (PRI) Champions Cup (PRI) AfroBasket (ANG)
2006 Angola Cup (PRI)
2005 Angolan League (PRI) Angola Cup (PRI) Angola Super Cup (PRI) AfroBasket (ANG)
2004 Angolan League (PRI) Angola Super Cup (PRI) Champions Cup (PRI)
2003 Angolan League (PRI) Angola Cup (PRI) Angola Super Cup (PRI) AfroBasket (ANG)
2002 Angolan League (PRI) Angola Cup(PRI) Angola Super Cup (PRI) Champions Cup (PRI)
2001 Angolan League (PRI) Angola Super Cup (PRI) AfroBasket (ANG)
1999 AfroBasket (ANG)
1997 Angolan League (ASA)
1996 Angolan League (ASA)

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