Born in Cattolica (Italy) on 21/6/1986


Andrea Cinciarini was acquired by Olimpia during the summer of 2015 from Reggio Emilia. In his first season, he contributed to the Italian League and Italian Cup titles. He has been appointed team’s captain before the 2016/17 season while leading the team to the Supercup and Italy Cup trophies. In 2017/18 he helped his team to the Supercup and Italian league titles.

2020/21 SEASON – He won his fourth Supercup trophy, helping the team with a 3.0 points per game average and shooting 66.7 percent from three-point range. He was a member of 2021 Italian Cup winning team. Against Roma, he scored his 1000th Italian league point for Olimpia. Against Varese, he surpassed the 3.000 points scored in the Italian league for his career and became the second-best in Olimpia’s history for assists made, behind Mike D’Antoni.

2018/19 SEASON – He led his team to another Supercup trophy becoming the All-time leader in total assists dished in Supercup games. In Varese, he had his assist number 1.200 for his Italian league career. He surpassed 300 assists made in playoff games and 400 assists while playing for Olimpia.

2017/18 SEASON – He led the team to the Supercup trophy and eventually the Italian League championship. In Reggio Emilia he surpassed the 1000 rebounds milestone in the Italian League.
2016/17 SEASON – He made a huge three down the stretch of Olimpia’s win over Reggio Emilia in the Final Eight semifinal game. He set his new EuroLeague highs in points (17, at Kaunas) and rebounds (8, at Panathinaikos).

His career

Born on June, 21, in 1986, in Cattolica, Cinciarini is a 1.93 mt point-guard, whose father, Franco was a nice player in the 70s for Pesaro and Cremona.

Andrea grew up in Pesaro’s youth system, made his debuted in 2003/04 and then played again in Pesaro in the third league, Senigallia and finally in Pistoia, in Legadue. In 2007/08 he played for Montegranaro in Serie A, then was loaned to Pavia in Legadue and returned to Montegranaro until 2011.

In the summer of 2011 he was signed by Cantù and made his Euroleague debut. The following year he moved to Reggio Emilia and collected the best statistics of his life: 12.3 points per game in 2013, 12.4 in 2014 and 10.3 in 2014/15 season playing 48 games.
He won the assists crown in the Italian league in 2014 and 2015.

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