Andreas Glyniadakis weighs 280 lbs and is 7 feet 1 inch tall. He plays in the position of Center. Currently, he is a member of the Greece national basketball team and also of the Greek league club Maroussi.
In the past, Glyniadakis has played for the following teams – from 1997 to 2001 – Panathinaikos, during 2001-02 – Panellinios, during 2002-03 – Peristeri Athens, from 2003 to 2005 – AEK Athens, during 2005-06 – Roanoke Dazzle, in 2006 – Albuquerque Thunderbirds, during 2006-07 – Seattle Supersonics and during 2007 – Albuquerque Thunderbirds Virtus Bologna and AEK Athens.
Glyniadakis was a part of the Greek junior national team. Along with this team, he took part in the 1997 FIBA Europe Under 16 Championship, 1998 FIBA Europe Under 18 championship, 1999 FIBA Under 18 World Championship and 2000 FIBA Europe Under 20 championship. During the 2008 Olympic Basketball Tournament, he was chosen in the senior Greek men’s national team.
He played 13 games with the Seattle Supersonics and averaged 1.3 points per game.
In 2006, Glyniadakis won the D-League Championship with the Albuquerque Thunderbirds. He also won the Euroleague championship with Panathainaikos in 2000. In 1999, 2000 and 2001, he won the Greek Championships with Panathinaikos. At the FIBA Europe Under 18 Championship in 1998, he won the Bronze medal with Greece.