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Former Greece basketball coach Costas Mourouzis, 80, dies

Costas Mourouzis, a former coach of Greeces national basketball team died on Wednesday. He was 80 years old.

Besides coaching the national team, Mourouzis also led Panathinaikos, Olympiakos and AEK basketball teams during his career.

Mourouzis suffered a stroke several weeks ago and had been in a coma in the last few days.

ekathimerini.com , Wednesday June 11, 2014 (15:14)  
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