Pau Gasol, the most efficient in recent years according to FIBA

The study, prepared in conjunction with the World Coaches Association, analyzes gaming trends in recent years and highlights Gasol, leader in this section (23.1 points).


The Spanish Pau Gasol stands out as the most efficient player according to a report carried out by FIBA, with the collaboration of the World Coaches Association (WABC), on gaming trends in recent years.

The analysis is based on the most recent FIBA championships in senior, under-19 and under-17 categories, men and women.

In the document, Gasol, in addition to appearing as the leader in efficiency (23.1 points), registers the fourth best average of points in the 2016 Olympic Games, in which Spain signed a bronze. Pau played a total of 223 minutes in 8 games, with total figures of 156 points, 71 rebounds, 18 assists and 15 blocks.

In addition to Pau Gasol, the report includes five other Spanish internationals: Alba Torrens, leader of Spain's Olympic runner-up (2016) achieved the fourth best scoring average at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games (16.4); Astou Ndour, sixth best efficiency index at the Rio Olympics (18.0); Raquel Cabrera, sixth best average points per game (14.1) and seventh best efficiency index (15.0) in the 2018 U-17 World Cup and Lola Pendante, as one of the most efficient players (14, 4) at the 2019 U19 World Cup.

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