Full Name: Raymond Dalmau Santana
Birthdate: October 23, 1973 (Arecibo, Puerto Rico)
Experience: Quebradillas (Puerto Rico)
Long-time member of Puerto Rican national team who has played professionally in Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and Italy. Helped Puerto Rico capture the Central American Championship in 2001. Is known as a physical point guard who combines good passing and penetration skills with excellent defensive play. Is the son of Raymond Dalmau, a legend in Puerto Rican basketball history as a player and coach, and brother of Christian Dalmau, a fellow Puerto Rican national team member. Also known as Richie Dalmau. Participated in summer camp with the Indiana Pacers in 1997.
Was a member of Team Puerto Rico in the 2002 World Championships in Indianapolis. Averaged 7.7 points, 2.7 rebounds, and 3.1 assists in helping lead Puerto Rico to a seventh place finish. Tied a tournament-high with nine assists against Turkey on Aug. 29. Scored 12 points against Lebanon on Aug. 30.
Played with Team Puerto Rico in the 2001 Tournament of the Americas in Nauqin, Argentina. Averaged 6.3 points, 2.6 rebounds, and 1.9 assists while shooting 51.3% from the field and 93.3% from the free throw line. Scored 14 points against Mexico on Aug. 18. Helped lead Puerto Rico to a fourth place finish.
Has played with the Quebradillas Piratas in the BSN in Puerto Rico for many summers, spanning from 1992 to 2002. Led league with 6.8 assists in 2002. Averaged 8.3 assists in 2001. Averaged 18.8 points and led league with 7.7 assists a game in 2000. Has also played with Manati in the LPB (Puerto Rican Winter League) the past few seasons. Averaged 21.9 points and 3.2 assists in 1999-2000, and averaged 18.2 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 6.2 assists on his way to league MVP honors in 1998-99.
Played in the A-2 league in Italy for Snaidero Udine in 1999-2000. Played and started in 11 games. Averaged 10.2 points and 2.8 rebounds.
Was a member of the Puerto Rican 22-and-Under National Team that won the silver medal at the 1996 Pan American Games.
Played briefly at South Plains College in Levelland, TX in 1993-94, averaging 2.0 points and 0.9 rebounds in seven games.