Fragiskos "Frankie" Alvertis is a Greek former professional basketball player and current general manager of Panathinaikos Athens. As a player, he was the captain of Panathinaikos, where he spent his whole professional career. On February 3, 2008, Alvertis was chosen as one of the 50 Greatest EuroLeague Contributors, over the previous half-century by the Euroleague Basketball Experts Committee, in recognition of his major contribution to Panathinaikos' rise on the continental scene. Alvertis is commonly referred as one of the best pure shooters of European basketball during the 1990s, and the beginning of the new millennium. He won the Greek League Three-Point Shootout Contest three seasons in a row, and averaged 0.410% shooting from three-point range throughout his EuroLeague career. Alvertis made his eighth EuroLeague Final Four appearance in 2007. In 1990, Alvertis joined Panathinaikos, moving to the club from Glyfada.
|Born:||June 11, 1974, Athens, Greece|
|Listed height:||6 ft 9 in|
|Listed weight:||225 lb|
|League:||Greek League, EuroLeague|
|NBA draft:||1996 / Round / Pick|
About Fragiskos Alvertis
Most-crowned athlete of his time; he spent his entire playing career with the Panathinaikos basketball team from 1990 until 2009.
He was taller than most shooting guards at 6'9", and he proved just how that could be an advantage at the 1991 Cadet's Eurobasket in which he helped his team win the silver medal.
He won three Greek All-Star Game 3-Point Shootout Championship awards in 1996, 1997, and 1998.
He married former water-polo player Anta, with whom he fathered Carolos.
He played alongside Ioannis Bourousis on the Greek national team.
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- Basketball players at the 1996 Summer Olympics
- Basketball players at the 2004 Summer Olympics