Greivis Vásquez

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Greivis Josué Vásquez Rodríguez (born January 16, 1987) is a Venezuelan professional basketball coach and former player who is the associate head coach for the Erie Bayhawks of the NBA G League. He was drafted in 2010 after a U.S. college career with the University of Maryland men's basketball team. Vásquez finished second on the Terrapins' all-time scoring list, with 2,171 career points.He was born in Caracas and moved to the United States to attend high school at Montrose Christian School in Rockville, Maryland in 2004. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Greivis Vásquez has received more than 569,820 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Greivis Vásquez is the 778th most popular basketball player (down from 693rd in 2019), the 118th most popular biography from Venezuela and the most popular Venezuelan Basketball Player.

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  • 2.66

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Among basketball players, Greivis Vásquez ranks 778 out of 1,264Before him are Tyreke Evans, Andrew Goudelock, Harrison Barnes, Gal Mekel, Krešimir Lončar, and Andrey Vorontsevich. After him are Duško Savanović, Eddy Curry, Jan Jagla, Gašper Vidmar, Brandon Ingram, and Taylor Rochestie.

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Among people born in 1987, Greivis Vásquez ranks 644Before him are Saori Ariyoshi, Damián Escudero, Tijani Belaïd, Daniele Dessena, Andrey Vorontsevich, and José Cañas. After him are Lashana Lynch, Snooki, Isaac Promise, Andrés Túñez, Fin Bartels, and Christian Cooke.

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Among people born in Venezuela, Greivis Vásquez ranks 118 out of 137Before him are Ivian Sarcos (1989), Majandra Delfino (1981), Luis Manuel Seijas (1986), Miku (1985), Ruberth Morán (1973), and Giancarlo Maldonado (1982). After him are Andrés Túñez (1987), Darwin Machís (1993), Yulimar Rojas (1995), Rubén Limardo (1985), Wuilker Faríñez (1998), and Milagros Sequera (1980).


Among basketball players born in Venezuela, Greivis Vásquez ranks 1

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