|League||FIBA Asia Champions Cup|
|Born||March 15, 1980|
|Listed height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
Sambhaji Kadam (born March 15, 1980) is an Indian professional basketball coach and former player. He played for the Young Cagers who compete at the FIBA Asia Champions Cup and is a member of the India national basketball team.
Kadam started playing basketball at the age of 12-13. He hails from a small town called Miraj in Maharashtra. His father was a wrestler and Kadam himself was a national champion in wrestling at the under-13 level before switching to basketball.
Kadam competed for the India national basketball team at both the FIBA Asia Championship 2007 and FIBA Asia Championship 2009. At the 2007 tournament, he averaged a tournament leading 4 assists per game. In 2009, he averaged a team-leading 3.2 assists per game as the Indian team improved to a 13th-place finish. He had a game best seven assists in the team's 89-73 victory over Uzbekistan for 13th place. He supports Indian Collegiate Athletic Program (ICAP) and is a Basketball mentor for them.
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