This page was last updated on 21 March 2018

Click here to 
Print this page

Biography finder

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

O

P

Q

R

S

T

U

V

W

X

Y

Z

 

 

Index of first names

Ruben Enrique Douglas

 

 

Ruben Enrique Douglas (born October 30, 1979 in Pasadena, California, U.S.) is a Panamanian-American professional basketball player. He is a 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in) 210 lb (95 kg) point guard-shooting guard.

He played high school basketball at Bellarmine-Jefferson High School in Burbank, California. He is ranked as one of the most prolific high school scorers in California state history. He then played college basketball at the University of Arizona with the Arizona Wildcats in the 1998-99 season. Douglas led the NCAA in scoring with a 28.0 points per game average during the 2002-03 season as a senior year at the University of New Mexico while playing with the New Mexico Lobos. He was also named the Mountain West Conference MVP.

After going undrafted by any NBA teams, Douglas took his game overseas. He has played for Panionios of the Greek league (2003–04), Virtus Roma and Fortitudo Bologna (2004–05) of the Italian league, the latter with whom he won the Italian national championship, as well as Dynamo Moscow of the Russian league (2005–06), and Valencia of the Spanish league (2006–09). In 2010 he returned to Panionios.

Douglas won the Eurocup championship in 2006 with Dynamo Moscow, and he was also named the Finals MVP.

Douglas was also a member of the Panamanian national basketball team that competed at the 2006 FIBA World Championship.

 

Bookmark and Share

 

 

Any contributions to this item will be gratefully accepted

 

Errors and Omissions

The Forum

What's new?

We are looking for your help to improve the accuracy of The Douglas Archives.

If you spot errors, or omissions, then please do let us know

Contributions

Many articles could benefit from re-writing. Can you help?


 

If you have met a brick wall with your research, then posting a notice in the Douglas Archives Forum may be the answer. Or, it may help you find the answer!

You may also be able to help others answer their queries.

Visit the Douglas Archives Forum.

 

We try to keep everyone up to date with new entries, via our What's New section on the home page.

We also use the Community Network to keep researchers abreast of developments in the Douglas Archives.

 
 
 


Back to top

 



The content of this website is a collection of materials gathered from a variety of sources, some of it unedited.

The webmaster does not intend to claim authorship, but gives credit to the originators for their work.

As work progresses, some of the content may be re-written and presented in a unique format, to which we would then be able to claim ownership.

Discussion and contributions from those more knowledgeable is welcome.

Contact Us

Last modified: Wednesday, 18 July 2018