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Sofoklis Schortsanitis

Sofoklis Schortsanitis (Greek: Σοφοκλής Σχορτσανίτης; born 22 June 1985) is a Greek former professional basketball player.

Sofoklis Schortsanitis
Schortsanitis with Maccabi Tel Aviv in 2011
Personal information
Born (1985-06-22)22 June 1985 (age 36)
Tiko, Cameroon
NationalityGreek / Cameroonian
Listed height6 ft 10 in (2.08 m)
Listed weight450 lb (204 kg)
Career information
NBA draft2003 / Round: 2 / Pick: 34th overall
Selected by the Los Angeles Clippers
Playing career2000–2020
PositionCenter
Career history
2000–2003Iraklis
2003–2004Cantù
2004–2005Aris Thessaloniki
2005–2010Olympiacos
2010–2012Maccabi Tel Aviv
2012–2013Panathinaikos
2013–2015Maccabi Tel Aviv
2015Crvena zvezda
2015–2016PAOK
2017–2018Aries Trikala
2019–2020Ionikos Nikaias
Career highlights and awards
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

An All-EuroLeague First Team selection in 2011, Schortsanitis won the EuroLeague title in 2014 with Maccabi Tel Aviv, and reached the EuroLeague Final in 2010 and 2011, while playing for Olympiacos and Maccabi, respectively. He was a member of the senior Greek national team that captured silver medal honours in the 2006 FIBA World Championship and a bronze medal in the EuroBasket 2009. He is nicknamed "Big Sofo" or "Baby Shaq".

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Born in his native port town of Tiko, Cameroon, Schortsanitis moved to his father's native country of, Greece with his mother when he was very young. He has a younger brother called Alexandros. Schortsanitis first took up basketball in his home city of Kavala. It was there where his parents advised him to play basketball, and Schortsanitis at first did not like the sport. But eventually the game grew on him, and he was always practicing and then progressively, he began to like it, which led to him playing it every day. Eventually, a scout/coach discovered his talent, and pushed him into the sport.

Schortsanitis began playing basketball at a professional level with Iraklis in the Greek League, when he was a teenager, starting in the 2000–01 season. In the 2002–03 season, he averaged 11.5 points and 6.2 rebounds per game in the Greek Basket League, at the age of 17. He then went on to play in the Italian League with Cantù, during the 2003–04 season, but his stay there was a failure, due to a lack of maturity and experience. Following that, he returned to Greece, and spent the 2004–05 season with the Greek club Aris.

Olympiacos

In the 2005–06 season, Schortsanitis was transferred to Olympiacos. He became a vital member of the team that reached the EuroLeague quarterfinals, and his performances impressed Panagiotis Giannakis, who picked him for the senior Greek national basketball team at the end of the season.

During the following two years, Schortsanitis failed to achieve consistency, and his chronic weight issues re-emerged, to the point that he spent almost the entire 2007–08 season dealing with them. He came back in shape for the 2008–09 season, and helped Olympiacos reach the EuroLeague Final Four. In the 2009–10 season, he made another step towards consistency, displaying his most mature performances with Olympiacos, on the club's way to the EuroLeague Final, which they lost to Juan Carlos Navarro's and Ricky Rubio's Barcelona, by a score 86–68.

Maccabi Tel Aviv

On 5 August 2010, Schortsanitis signed a two-year deal with the then five-time EuroLeague champions, Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Israeli Premier League. His presence alongside Jeremy Pargo, Chuck Eidson, and Doron Perkins helped the team reach the 2011 EuroLeague Final, where they eventually lost to Dimitris Diamantidis' Panathinaikos, by a score of 78–70. Schortsanitis averaged 12 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1 assist per game throughout the EuroLeague 2010–11 season, earning an All-EuroLeague First Team selection.

In the 2011–12 season, Schortsanitis fought a chronic knee injury, which affected his performance during the season, and left him unable to participate with the Greek national team that summer. Nevertheless, he helped Maccabi reach the EuroLeague quarterfinals, where they were topped by Panathinaikos, losing the series, 3–2.

Panathinaikos

On 4 July 2012, Schortsanitis signed a three-year contract with the Greek club Panathinaikos, worth €1.5 million euros net income. He reportedly turned down significantly more lucrative offers from Baskonia Vitoria and Galatasaray, among others, to return to Greece and fulfill his desire to play for Panathinaikos. In July 2013, Panathinaikos announced that Schortsanitis would not continue play for the club.

Second stint with Maccabi

On 10 July 2013, Schortsanitis returned to Maccabi after one season in Panathinaikos, and signed a three-year contract with the defending Israeli Premier League champions. In his comeback season with Maccabi, the club won the finals of that season's EuroLeague, which was the first EuroLeague championship won in Schortsanitis' career. Over 29 games played in the EuroLeague that season, he averaged 9.6 points and 2.6 rebounds per game, in 14.2 minutes per game of playing time.

Crvena zvezda

On 2 August 2015, Schortsanitis signed a one-year contract with the Serbian club Crvena zvezda. On 28 October 2015, he parted ways with Zvezda. In 6 games played with the club in the ABA League's 2015–16 season, he averaged 4.8 points and 2.5 rebounds per game.

PAOK

On 2 November 2015, Schortsanitis signed with the Greek club PAOK, for the rest of the season. With PAOK, he averaged 13.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 1.8 assists per game, in the European-wide 2nd-tier level EuroCup's 2015–16 season.

Apollon Patras

In December 2016, Schortsanitis joined the Greek club Apollon Patras. However, on 28 December, he suffered a serious injury, as he ruptured his Achilles tendon, during one of the team's practices. The injury caused him to then miss the entire remainder of the Greek Basket League 2016–17 season, and he was thus not able to play in any games with Apollon.

Aries Trikala

On 18 October 2017, Schortsanitis returned to action, and joined Aries Trikala of the Greek Basket League, for the 2017–18 season. On 6 January 2018, he made his debut in a 76–86 loss to Rethymno Cretan Kings, recording 6 points and one rebound, off the bench.

Ionikos Nikaias

On 24 July 2019, Schortsanitis signed with Ionikos Nikaias for the Greek Basket League 2019–20 season.

NBA draft rights

Schortsanitis drew interest from the NBA's Los Angeles Clippers in the summer of 2006, after having been originally selected in the 2nd round (34th overall) of the 2003 NBA Draft; however, because he was still under contract with Olympiacos at the time, he did not make a move to the NBA. In 2010, his contract with Olympiacos expired, and he elected to participate in the NBA Summer League with the Clippers, with an eye towards joining the team; this time, however, the Clippers were unimpressed, and he failed to secure a contract with the team. On 30 July 2012, the Los Angeles Clippers traded the draft rights of Schortsanitis, to the Atlanta Hawks, in a sign-and-trade deal for Willie Green.

On 15 July 2014, his draft rights were traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder, in exchange for Thabo Sefolosha, the rights to Georgios Printezis, and cash considerations.

Retirement

On 10 December 2020, Schortsanitis announced his retirement.

Schortsanitis playing for the senior Greek national team.

Greek junior national team

Schortsanitis was a member of the junior national teams of Greece. With Greece's junior national teams, he played at the 2001 FIBA Europe Under-16 Championship, the 2002 FIBA Europe Under-18 Championship, where he won a bronze medal, and at the 2003 FIBA Under-19 World Cup, where he won a bronze medal. Schortsanitis also won the gold medal at the 2002 Albert Schweitzer Tournament, where he was also named the MVP of the tournament.

Greek senior national team

After some friendly games and qualifiers, Schortsanitis' first appearance at a major FIBA competition with the senior men's Greek national basketball team was at the 2006 FIBA World Championship, which was held in Japan. He helped Greece to win the silver medal at the tournament, after they defeated Team USA, by a score of 101–95, in the semifinals. Schortsanitis scored 14 points, in 17 minutes played during the game. He also played with Greece at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

At the EuroBasket 2009, which was held in Poland, Schortsanitis' performance was decisive in Greece winning the tournament's bronze medal game against Slovenia, as he scored 23 points on a 78% field goal shooting percentage, while grabbing six rebounds, blocking two shots, and managing to draw 12 fouls. He also played at the 2010 FIBA World Championship.

Schortsanitis is a classic, "old school" style center that plays in the low post on offence, and that defends the rim and painted lane area of the court on defense. Schortsanitis was measured at the 2003 NBA pre-draft camp at a height of 6 ft8+34 in (2.05 m) tall barefoot, 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) tall with shoes on, and with a 7 ft 2 in (2.18 m) wingspan.

His official playing weight was listed as 354 lb (161 kg).

Legend
GP Games played GS Games started MPG Minutes per game
FG% Field-goal percentage 3P% 3-point field-goal percentage FT% Free-throw percentage
RPG Rebounds per game APG Assists per game SPG Steals per game
BPG Blocks per game PPG Points per game PIR Performance Index Rating
Bold Career high
Denotes season in which Schortsanitis' team won the EuroLeague

EuroLeague

Year Team GP GS MPG FG% 3P% FT% RPG APG SPG BPG PPG PIR
2005–06 Olympiacos 22 1 19.1 .618 .632 4.9 .5 1.2 .6 10.7 12.0
2006–07 Olympiacos 17 1 11.0 .655 .507 1.8 .7 .4 .4 6.6 5.4
2008–09 Olympiacos 13 1 8.3 .568 .000 .625 1.8 .3 .2 .1 4.4 2.8
2009–10 Olympiacos 19 18 13.3 .614 .486 2.5 .6 .5 .2 7.2 6.6
2010–11 Maccabi 22 20 19.2 .585 .625 4.1 1.0 .8 .6 12.0 13.0
2011–12 Maccabi 21 14 16.0 .595 .625 3.0 1.0 .6 .4 8.7 8.6
2012–13 Panathinaikos 26 9 12.1 .576 .604 2.3 .9 .3 .1 7.8 6.4
2013–14 Maccabi 29 20 14.2 .613 .577 2.6 1.1 .8 .3 9.6 8.3
2014–15 Maccabi 26 20 14.7 .528 .549 2.3 1.0 .3 .4 6.7 5.9
2015–16 Crvena zvezda 2 1 15.2 .500 .500 .5 .0 .0 .5 4.5 -1.5
Career 197 105 14.5 .593 .000 .583 2.9 .8 .6 .4 8.4 7.9

Professional career

Greek junior national team

Greek senior national team

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Sofoklis Schortsanitis Language Watch Edit Sofoklis Schortsanitis Greek Sofoklhs Sxortsaniths born 22 June 1985 is a Greek former professional basketball player 1 Sofoklis SchortsanitisSchortsanitis with Maccabi Tel Aviv in 2011Personal informationBorn 1985 06 22 22 June 1985 age 36 Tiko CameroonNationalityGreek CameroonianListed height6 ft 10 in 2 08 m Listed weight450 lb 204 kg Career informationNBA draft2003 Round 2 Pick 34th overallSelected by the Los Angeles ClippersPlaying career2000 2020PositionCenterCareer history2000 2003Iraklis2003 2004Cantu2004 2005Aris Thessaloniki2005 2010Olympiacos2010 2012Maccabi Tel Aviv2012 2013Panathinaikos2013 2015Maccabi Tel Aviv2015Crvena zvezda2015 2016PAOK2017 2018Aries Trikala2019 2020Ionikos NikaiasCareer highlights and awardsEuroLeague champion 2014 All EuroLeague First Team 2011 Greek League champion 2013 2 Greek Cup winner 2010 2013 2 Greek All Star Game MVP 2006 2010 3 Israeli Super League champion 2011 2012 2014 4 Israeli State Cup winner 2011 2012 2014 2015 Albert Schweitzer Tournament MVP 2002 Acropolis Tournament MVP 2010 Stats at Basketball Reference comMedals Representing GreeceMen s BasketballFIBA World Cup2006 JapanEuroBasket2009 PolandFIBA U19 World Cup2003 Greece Under 19FIBA Europe U18 Championship2002 Germany Under 18Albert Schweitzer Tournament2002 Germany Under 18 An All EuroLeague First Team selection in 2011 Schortsanitis won the EuroLeague title in 2014 with Maccabi Tel Aviv and reached the EuroLeague Final in 2010 and 2011 while playing for Olympiacos and Maccabi respectively He was a member of the senior Greek national team that captured silver medal honours in the 2006 FIBA World Championship and a bronze medal in the EuroBasket 2009 He is nicknamed Big Sofo or Baby Shaq 2 Contents 1 Early years 2 Professional career 2 1 Olympiacos 2 2 Maccabi Tel Aviv 2 3 Panathinaikos 2 4 Second stint with Maccabi 2 5 Crvena zvezda 2 6 PAOK 2 7 Apollon Patras 2 8 Aries Trikala 2 9 Ionikos Nikaias 2 10 NBA draft rights 2 11 Retirement 3 National team career 3 1 Greek junior national team 3 2 Greek senior national team 4 Player profile 5 Career statistics 5 1 EuroLeague 6 Awards and accomplishments 6 1 Professional career 6 2 Greek junior national team 6 3 Greek senior national team 7 References 8 External linksEarly years EditBorn in his native port town of Tiko Cameroon Schortsanitis moved to his father s native country of Greece with his mother when he was very young He has a younger brother called Alexandros 3 Schortsanitis first took up basketball in his home city of Kavala It was there where his parents advised him to play basketball and Schortsanitis at first did not like the sport But eventually the game grew on him and he was always practicing and then progressively he began to like it which led to him playing it every day Eventually a scout coach discovered his talent and pushed him into the sport Professional career EditSchortsanitis began playing basketball at a professional level with Iraklis in the Greek League when he was a teenager starting in the 2000 01 season In the 2002 03 season he averaged 11 5 points and 6 2 rebounds per game in the Greek Basket League at the age of 17 He then went on to play in the Italian League with Cantu during the 2003 04 season but his stay there was a failure due to a lack of maturity and experience Following that he returned to Greece and spent the 2004 05 season with the Greek club Aris Olympiacos Edit In the 2005 06 season Schortsanitis was transferred to Olympiacos He became a vital member of the team that reached the EuroLeague quarterfinals and his performances impressed Panagiotis Giannakis who picked him for the senior Greek national basketball team at the end of the season During the following two years Schortsanitis failed to achieve consistency and his chronic weight issues re emerged to the point that he spent almost the entire 2007 08 season dealing with them 4 He came back in shape for the 2008 09 season and helped Olympiacos reach the EuroLeague Final Four In the 2009 10 season he made another step towards consistency displaying his most mature performances with Olympiacos on the club s way to the EuroLeague Final which they lost to Juan Carlos Navarro s and Ricky Rubio s Barcelona by a score 86 68 Maccabi Tel Aviv Edit On 5 August 2010 Schortsanitis signed a two year deal with the then five time EuroLeague champions Maccabi Tel Aviv of the Israeli Premier League 5 His presence alongside Jeremy Pargo Chuck Eidson and Doron Perkins helped the team reach the 2011 EuroLeague Final where they eventually lost to Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos by a score of 78 70 Schortsanitis averaged 12 points 4 1 rebounds and 1 assist per game throughout the EuroLeague 2010 11 season earning an All EuroLeague First Team selection 6 In the 2011 12 season Schortsanitis fought a chronic knee injury which affected his performance during the season and left him unable to participate with the Greek national team that summer Nevertheless he helped Maccabi reach the EuroLeague quarterfinals where they were topped by Panathinaikos losing the series 3 2 Panathinaikos Edit On 4 July 2012 Schortsanitis signed a three year contract with the Greek club Panathinaikos 7 worth 1 5 million euros net income 8 He reportedly turned down significantly more lucrative offers from Baskonia Vitoria and Galatasaray among others to return to Greece and fulfill his desire to play for Panathinaikos In July 2013 Panathinaikos announced that Schortsanitis would not continue play for the club 9 Second stint with Maccabi Edit On 10 July 2013 Schortsanitis returned to Maccabi after one season in Panathinaikos and signed a three year contract with the defending Israeli Premier League champions 10 In his comeback season with Maccabi the club won the finals of that season s EuroLeague which was the first EuroLeague championship won in Schortsanitis career Over 29 games played in the EuroLeague that season he averaged 9 6 points and 2 6 rebounds per game in 14 2 minutes per game of playing time Crvena zvezda Edit On 2 August 2015 Schortsanitis signed a one year contract with the Serbian club Crvena zvezda 11 12 On 28 October 2015 he parted ways with Zvezda In 6 games played with the club in the ABA League s 2015 16 season he averaged 4 8 points and 2 5 rebounds per game 13 PAOK Edit On 2 November 2015 Schortsanitis signed with the Greek club PAOK for the rest of the season 14 With PAOK he averaged 13 4 points 4 4 rebounds and 1 8 assists per game in the European wide 2nd tier level EuroCup s 2015 16 season 15 Apollon Patras Edit In December 2016 Schortsanitis joined the Greek club Apollon Patras However on 28 December he suffered a serious injury as he ruptured his Achilles tendon during one of the team s practices The injury caused him to then miss the entire remainder of the Greek Basket League 2016 17 season and he was thus not able to play in any games with Apollon Aries Trikala Edit On 18 October 2017 Schortsanitis returned to action and joined Aries Trikala of the Greek Basket League for the 2017 18 season 16 On 6 January 2018 he made his debut in a 76 86 loss to Rethymno Cretan Kings recording 6 points and one rebound off the bench 17 18 Ionikos Nikaias Edit On 24 July 2019 Schortsanitis signed with Ionikos Nikaias for the Greek Basket League 2019 20 season 19 NBA draft rights Edit Schortsanitis drew interest from the NBA s Los Angeles Clippers in the summer of 2006 after having been originally selected in the 2nd round 34th overall of the 2003 NBA Draft however because he was still under contract with Olympiacos at the time he did not make a move to the NBA 20 In 2010 his contract with Olympiacos expired and he elected to participate in the NBA Summer League with the Clippers with an eye towards joining the team this time however the Clippers were unimpressed and he failed to secure a contract with the team On 30 July 2012 the Los Angeles Clippers traded the draft rights of Schortsanitis to the Atlanta Hawks in a sign and trade deal for Willie Green 21 On 15 July 2014 his draft rights were traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Thabo Sefolosha the rights to Georgios Printezis and cash considerations 22 Retirement Edit On 10 December 2020 Schortsanitis announced his retirement 23 National team career Edit Schortsanitis playing for the senior Greek national team Greek junior national team Edit Schortsanitis was a member of the junior national teams of Greece With Greece s junior national teams he played at the 2001 FIBA Europe Under 16 Championship the 2002 FIBA Europe Under 18 Championship where he won a bronze medal and at the 2003 FIBA Under 19 World Cup where he won a bronze medal Schortsanitis also won the gold medal at the 2002 Albert Schweitzer Tournament where he was also named the MVP of the tournament Greek senior national team Edit After some friendly games and qualifiers Schortsanitis first appearance at a major FIBA competition with the senior men s Greek national basketball team was at the 2006 FIBA World Championship which was held in Japan He helped Greece to win the silver medal at the tournament after they defeated Team USA by a score of 101 95 in the semifinals Schortsanitis scored 14 points in 17 minutes played during the game He also played with Greece at the 2008 Summer Olympics At the EuroBasket 2009 which was held in Poland Schortsanitis performance was decisive in Greece winning the tournament s bronze medal game against Slovenia as he scored 23 points on a 78 field goal shooting percentage while grabbing six rebounds blocking two shots and managing to draw 12 fouls He also played at the 2010 FIBA World Championship Player profile EditSchortsanitis is a classic old school style center that plays in the low post on offence and that defends the rim and painted lane area of the court on defense Schortsanitis was measured at the 2003 NBA pre draft camp at a height of 6 ft 8 3 4 in 2 05 m tall barefoot 6 ft 10 in 2 08 m tall with shoes on 24 and with a 7 ft 2 in 2 18 m wingspan 25 26 His official playing weight was listed as 354 lb 161 kg Career statistics EditLegend GP Games played GS Games started MPG Minutes per game FG Field goal percentage 3P 3 point field goal percentage FT Free throw percentage RPG Rebounds per game APG Assists per game SPG Steals per game BPG Blocks per game PPG Points per game PIR Performance Index Rating Bold Career high Denotes season in which Schortsanitis team won the EuroLeagueEuroLeague Edit Year Team GP GS MPG FG 3P FT RPG APG SPG BPG PPG PIR2005 06 Olympiacos 22 1 19 1 618 632 4 9 5 1 2 6 10 7 12 02006 07 Olympiacos 17 1 11 0 655 507 1 8 7 4 4 6 6 5 42008 09 Olympiacos 13 1 8 3 568 000 625 1 8 3 2 1 4 4 2 82009 10 Olympiacos 19 18 13 3 614 486 2 5 6 5 2 7 2 6 62010 11 Maccabi 22 20 19 2 585 625 4 1 1 0 8 6 12 0 13 02011 12 Maccabi 21 14 16 0 595 625 3 0 1 0 6 4 8 7 8 62012 13 Panathinaikos 26 9 12 1 576 604 2 3 9 3 1 7 8 6 42013 14 Maccabi 29 20 14 2 613 577 2 6 1 1 8 3 9 6 8 32014 15 Maccabi 26 20 14 7 528 549 2 3 1 0 3 4 6 7 5 92015 16 Crvena zvezda 2 1 15 2 500 500 5 0 0 5 4 5 1 5Career 197 105 14 5 593 000 583 2 9 8 6 4 8 4 7 9Awards and accomplishments EditProfessional career Edit 5 Greek League All Star Game 2005 2006 2007 2010 2013 2 Greek All Star Game MVP 2006 2010 Greek League Best Five 2006 2 Greek Cup Winner 2010 2013 4 Israeli State Cup Winner 2011 2012 2014 2015 EuroLeague Champion 2014 All EuroLeague First Team 2011 3 Israeli Super League Champion 2011 2012 2014 Adriatic League Champion 2012 Greek League Champion 2013 Greek junior national team Edit 2001 FIBA Europe Under 16 Championship All First Team Selection 2002 Albert Schweitzer Tournament Gold 2002 Albert Schweitzer Tournament MVP 2002 FIBA Europe Under 18 Championship Bronze 2003 FIBA Under 19 World Cup BronzeGreek senior national team Edit 2006 FIBA World Championship Silver 2009 EuroBasket Bronze Acropolis Tournament MVP 2010References Edit Prospect Profile Sofoklis Schortsanitis NBA com Retrieved 2 August 2015 Sofoklis Schortsanitis Baby Shaq Big Sofo ALEXANDROS SCHORTSANITIS basketball profile The Long Journey Of Sofoklis Schortsanitis losangeles sbnation com 12 July 2010 Retrieved 2 August 2015 Maccabi Tel Aviv announced Sofoklis Schortsanitis Sportando net Retrieved 30 September 2011 MVP Diamantidis heads 2010 11 All Euroleague First Team Euroleague net 7 May 2011 Retrieved 2 August 2015 Panathinaikos lands Schortsanitis Euroleague net 4 July 2012 Retrieved 2 August 2015 Article on sport24 gr about Schortsanitis transfer Panathinaikos waive Sofoklis Schortsanitis Sportando com 5 July 2013 Retrieved 2 August 2015 Sofoklis Schortsanitis Returns to Maccabi maccabi co il 10 July 2013 Retrieved 2 August 2015 Skorcanitis menja Bobana Marjanovica kkcrvenazvezda rs in Serbian 2 August 2015 Retrieved 2 August 2015 Crvena Zvezda signs former Euroleague champ Schortsanitis Euroleague net 2 August 2015 Retrieved 2 August 2015 Friendly breakup Crvena zvezda parted ways with Schortsanitis aba liga com 28 October 2015 Retrieved 28 October 2015 PAOK adds size with Euroleague champ Schortsanitis Eurocupbasketball com 2 November 2015 Retrieved 2 November 2015 SCHORTSANITIS SOFOKLIS EuroCup 2015 16 STATISTICS Sofoklis Schortsanitis joins Trikalla eurobasket com 18 October 2017 Retrieved 19 October 2017 Big Sofo is back Schortsanitis again on the court after almost two years Sportando com 6 January 2018 Retrieved 6 January 2018 Trikala Aries 76 86 Rethymno Cretan Kings baskethotel com 6 January 2018 Retrieved 6 January 2018 Ionikos Nikaias signs Sofoklis Schortsanitis Sportando 24 July 2019 Retrieved 24 July 2019 NBA kalei Sxortsianith in Greek Sport24 gr 5 September 2011 Retrieved 30 September 2011 CLIPPERS ACQUIRE GUARD WILLIE GREEN FROM ATLANTA Thunder Acquires Schortsanitis and Trade Exception Sofoklis Schortsanitis retires from basketball Eurohoops 10 December 2020 Retrieved 10 December 2020 Sofoklis Schortsanitis Position 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