Oscar Schmidt - Mão Santa Não, Mão Treinada!

Career highlights and awards:
 
• Considered basketball's unofficial all-time leader in points scored:
49,737 career points scored (club play, plus national team play combined)
 
• FIBA World Cup's all-time leader in points scored:
843 career points scored - 24.1 points per game

• 1990 FIBA World Championship's Top Scorer:
34.6 points per game
 
• Only player who has scored more than 1,000 points in the Olympic Games:
1,094 career points scored - 28.8 points per game
 
• 3x Olympic Basketball Top Scorer:
Seoul 1988 - 41.9 points per game
Barcelona 1992 - 24.8 points per game
Atlanta 1996 - 27.4 points per game
 
• Most points scored in a game at the Olympics - 55 against Spain, 24 September 1988 (lost 118-110)
 
7x Italian League Top Scorer: (1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992)
 
Spanish League Top Scorer: (1994)
 
8x Brazilian League Top Scorer: (1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003)
 
FIBA Hall of Fame: (2010)
 
• Member of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame: 2013
 
 
As a member of club teams:
 
4x São Paulo Championship: (Palmeiras 1974; Sírio 1979, 1980; Barueri 1998)
3x Brazilian Championship: (Palmeiras 1977; Sírio 1979; Corinthians 1996)
South American Championship: (Sírio 1979)
World Club Championship: (Sírio 1979)
2x Italian Second Division Championship: (Caserta 1983; Pavia 1991)
Italian Cup: (Caserta 1988)
2x Rio de Janeiro Championship: (Flamengo 1999, 2002)
 
 
Brazilian national team:
 
3x South American Championship:   Gold: (Chile 1977; Brazil 1983; Colombia 1985)
FIBA World Championship:   Bronze: (Philippines 1978)
2x South American Championship:   Silver: (Argentina 1979; Uruguay 1981)
Pan American Games:   Bronze: (Puerto Rico 1979)
Pan American Games:   Gold: (USA 1987)
FIBA Americas Championship:   Bronze: (Mexico 1989)
 
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