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Hanno Möttölä (born September 9, 1976 in Helsinkimarker) is a Finnish professional basketball player at the power forward position, who previously played for the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA. Möttölä was the first player from Finlandmarker to play in the NBA.

Möttölä attended the University of Utahmarker in the US. He was selected in the second round, 40th overall, in the 2000 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks. He would play two seasons with the Hawks. After his time with the Hawks, he returned to Europe, playing in Spainmarker with TAU Cerámica of the ACB, then in Italymarker with Skipper Bologna (2003-2004, reached the Italian championship finals and Euroleague final) and Scavolini Pesaro (2004-2005), in the Russian Super League with Dynamo Moscow, at the Lithuanian league with Žalgiris Kaunas and in the Greek A1 league with Aris, after signing with the team on July 26 2007. He announced his retirement from basketball on 26 September 2008, but decided to return to basketball nine months later. In September 2009 Möttölä signed with the Finnish team Torpan Pojat.

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