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Medal record Men’s basketball Competitor for  Italy Eurobasket Silver 1997 Barcelona National team Alessandro Frosini (born 22 September, 1972 in Siena) is an Italian basketball player with Juvecaserta Basket. He is also a member of the Italian national basketball team.[1] He has won the Euroleague twice in 1997-98 and 2000-01, along with Virtus Bologna. References ^ Alessandro Frosini at draftexpress.com v · d · eItaly squad - 1998 FIBA World Championship – 6th place 4 Bonora | 5 Basile | 6 De Pol | 7 Fučka | 8 Pozzecco | 9 Galanda | 10 Myers | 11 Meneghin | 12 Abbio | 13 Frosini | 14 Chiacig | 15 Damiao | Coach: Tanjevic v · d · eVirtus Kinder Bologna 1997-98 Euroleague Champions 5 Danilović | 6 Crippa | 7 Abbio | 8 Nesterović | 10 Sconochini | 11 Binelli | 12 Savić (Final4 MVP) | 13 Morandotti | 14 Rigaudeau | 15 Frosini | Amaechi | Ress | Gonzo | Ravaglia | Ruini | Coach Messina v · d · eVirtus Kinder Bologna 2000–01 Euroleague Champions 6 Ginóbili (Finals MVP) | 7 Abbio | 8 Bonora | 9 Jestratijevic | 11 Ambrassa | 12 Frosini | 13 Andersen | 14 Rigaudeau | 15 Griffith | 18 Smodiš | 19 Jarić | Coach Messina Persondata Name Frosini, Alessandro Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1972 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This biographical article relating to an Italian basketball figure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e