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Christos Myriounis

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Christos Myriounis

Christos Myriounis (Greek: Χρήστος Μυριούνης ) (born June 15, 1971 in Athens) is a retired Greek professional basketball player.

He started his career with Cronos BC. In 1991 he was selected along with Fragiskos Alvertis and Nikos Ekonomou to join Panathinaikos BC. In 1993, Myriounis was a starter with Panathinaikos (his teammates were great players such as Nikos Galis, Arijan Komazec, Stojko Vranković and Tiit Sokk) and with them he won the Greek Cup. In 1994 and 1995 with Panathinaikos he won the 3rd place in the Euroleague final four. In 1996, Myriounis won the Euroleague Championship with Panathinaikos.

During the next season, he played for Apollon Patras BC and was a Greek Cup finalist with them. He also played for Peristeri BC, Iraklio BC, and Aris BC. Christos Myriounis also played for the Greek national basketball team at the Eurobasket 1997.

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