Luis Casimiro
Luis Casimiro
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Casimiro with Estudiantes in 2008
Unicaja
PositionHead coach
LeagueLiga ACB
EuroCup Basketball
Personal information
Born (1960-07-21) July 21, 1960 (age 58)
Villamayor de Calatrava, Spain
NationalitySpanish
Coaching career1989-present
Career history
As coach:
Puertollano
Almodóvar del Campo
1990-1992Don Benito
1992-1993Breogán (assistant)
1993-1994Gandía
1994-1995Lucentum Alicante
1995-1996Salamanca (assistant)
1996-1997Gijón Baloncesto
1997-1999Manresa
1999-2000Cáceres
2000-2002Valencia
2002-2003Valladolid
2003Lucentum Alicante
2004-2008Fuenlabrada
2008-2011Estudiantes
2011-2012Valladolid
2012Málaga
2014-2015Fuenlabrada
2015-2016Sevilla
2016-2018Gran Canaria
2018-presentMálaga
Career highlights and awards

Luis Casimiro Palomo Cárdenas, more known as simply Luis Casimiro, is a Spanish professional basketball coach, who currently manages Unicaja of the Spanish Liga ACB.

Early years

Born in Villamayor de Calatrava, province of Ciudad Real, Casimiro had a very short career as a basketball player.

Coaching career

Casimiro started coaching CB Puertollano, and other Castilian-Manchegan teams, before joining CB Breogán in 1993, as an assistant coach of Ricardo Hevia in the Liga ACB.

In 1993, Casimiro managed Gandía BA, of the Spanish second-tier level, in his first professional experience as a head coach.

Five years later, Casimiro managed TDK Manresa to win the 1997-98 Liga ACB, which is considered to be one of the biggest miracles in the history of Spanish professional club basketball.[1]

After leaving Manresa, Casimiro continued coaching in Spain, in different teams of the Liga ACB and LEB Oro.

In 2002, Casimiro ended up as a runner-up of the Saporta Cup, with Pamesa Valencia. The team was defeated by Montepaschi Siena in the league's final game.

Three years later, he managed Baloncesto Fuenlabrada to achieve a league promotion to the Liga ACB, by winning the 2004-05 LEB. With this title, Casimiro became the first coach to ever win the Liga ACB and the LEB.[2]

On 25 September 2016, Casimiro led Herbalife Gran Canaria to win the 2016 Spanish Supercup title, its first ever national title.[3] In the 2017-18 season, Casimiro reached the ACB semi-finals with Gran Canaria. With this achievement, the team also qualified for the next EuroLeague season, the club's first participation ever. On 13 June 2018, Gran Canaria announced the club and Casimiro separated ways.[4]

Honours

Bàsquet Manresa
CB Gran Canaria
Valencia BC
Baloncesto Fuenlabrada
Individual

References

  1. ^ "El TDK conquista la Liga ACB" (in Spanish). El País. 5 June 1998.
  2. ^ "Luis Casimiro, la eternidad instantánea" (in Spanish). ACB.com. 25 September 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  3. ^ "Herbalife Gran Canaria is the Spanish Supercup champion!". EuroCup Basketball. 24 September 2016. Retrieved 2016.
  4. ^ "Gran Canaria won't continue with Luis Casimiro". Eurohoops.net. 13 June 2018. Retrieved 2018.

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