|1954 Rio de Janeiro||Team|
|1959 Santiago de Chile||Team|
|1963 Rio de Janeiro||Team|
|Pan American Games|
|1955 Mexico City||Team|
|1963 São Paulo||Team|
On club level, he played for São Vicente, XV de Piracicaba, Corinthians, Tênis Clube Campinas. He won the Brazilian league in 1975 with Tênis Clube Campinas.
Marques is considered one of the best Brazilian basketball players of all time and one of the best players in the world in the sixties (except USA). Alongside fellow countrymen Amaury Pasos, Algodão and Rosa Branca, he led the best basketball generation Brazil ever had. He was named one of FIBA's 50 Greatest Players in 1991.
Today, he comments Basketball games by ESPN Brasil and is an active personality in the called "Brazilian Basketball Reborn" as an important voice in TV and internet channels.
- (Portuguese) Profile
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