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  InterBasket > Player Profiles > Martin Muursepp, Estonia From Grew up with BC Kalev Tallinn (Estonia) juniors…made his debut with Kalev Tallinn during the 1990-91 season…played there also the 1991-92 championship…moved to Sweden for the 1992-93 season, signed by Alvik Stockholm…back to Estonia, for the 1995-96 season, signed by BC Kalev Tallin...selected in the 1996 NBA Draft by Utah Jazz (#25), his draft rights were traded to Miami Heat...signed for the 1996-97 season by Miami Heat...traded on February to the Dallas Mavericks...signed by Dallas Mavericks for the 1997-98 season…due to the 1998-99 NBA lock-out, left the States and, on late October, was back to Estonia, signed by SK Erger Nybit Tallinn...on early February’99 released by Dallas, moved to Greece, signed by ARIS Thessaloniki for the remainder of the season... signed for the 1999-00 season by AEK Athens...played there also the 2000-01 championship…moved to Russia for the 2001-02 seaosn, signed by Unics Kazan…signed for the 2002-03 season by Dynamo Moscow…left the team on late November ’02…signed on early December ’02 by OJSC Professional Basketball Team Ural Great Perm…signed for the 2003-04 season by Unics Kazan…signed for the 2004-05 season by CSKA Moscow.  Won the 2004-05 Russian National Championship with CSKA Moscow... won the 2000 and 2001 Greek National Cup with AEK Athens... won the 2000 Saporta Cup with AEK Athens...won the 2005 Russian National Cup with CSKA Moscow...won the 2004 Europe League…named the 2004 Europe League Finals MVP…has been member of the Estonian Under-22 National Championship… member of the Estonian National Team…played at the 2001 European Championship.
Martin Müürsepp Profile

Name: Martin Müürsepp
Nickname: N/A
Born: September 26, 1974
Status: Retired
Origin: Tallinn, Estonia
Height: 6-9/2,06m
Weight: 240lbs/109,1kg
Schools: N/A
Drafted: 1996, 1st round (25th overall) by the Utah Jazz
Languages: Estonian
Website: InterBasket
Teams (jersey): Estonian National Team, Dallas Mavericks, Kalev Tallinn, Miami Heat, ARIS Thessaloniki, AEK Athens, UNICs Kazan, Ural Great Perm, CSKA (13)
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