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2012–13 Euroleague
Champions Greece Olympiacos
3rd title
Runners-up Spain Real Madrid
Third place Russia CSKA Moscow
Fourth place Spain FC Barcelona Regal

Teams 24
Duration 11 October 2012 – 12 May 2013
Awards
MVP Greece Vassilis Spanoulis (Olympiacos)
Final Four MVP Greece Vassilis Spanoulis (Olympiacos)
Best Defender Gabon Stephane Lasme (Panathinaikos)
Coach of the Year Greece Georgios Bartzokas (Olympiacos)
Rising Star Greece Kostas Papanikolaou (Olympiacos)
Statistics
PIR leader United States Bobby Brown (Montepaschi Siena)
17.4
Top scorer United States Bobby Brown (Montepaschi Siena)
18.8
Rebounds leader Russia Victor Khryapa (CSKA Moscow)
7.3
Assists leader Croatia Zoran Planinić (Khimki)
6.3

The Turkish Airlines Euroleague 2012–13 was the 13th season of the modern era of Euroleague Basketball and the third under the title sponsorship of the Turkish Airlines. Including the competition's previous incarnation as the FIBA Europe Champions Cup, this was the 56th season of the premier competition for European men's clubs. The Final Four was held at The O2 Arena in London. It was won by Olympiacos (3rd title), who defeated Real Madrid 100–88 in the championship game. Olympiacos became the just third team since the introduction of the Final Four format to win two Euroleague championships in a row, and the 9th team overall in Euroleague history to become back-to-back Euroleague champions.

Allocation[edit]

A total of 31 teams participated in the 2012–13 Euroleague. There were three routes to participation in the Euroleague:

  • The top 13 teams with an A-Licence from the 2011-12 Euroleague based on their Euroleague Club Ranking.[1]
  • An additional team promoted to an A-Licence.
  • The 2011–12 Eurocup winner is given a C-Licence.
  • 14 places were allocated from a list of 28 teams given a B-Licence ranked according to their European national basketball league rankings over the last year. 14 teams were given both an A-Licence or C-Licence and a B-Licence. When a country ranking spot has already been assigned to an A-Licence team, the assignation will jump to the next country appearing in the ranking, and their league is not granted an additional place in the competition. The first 8 of the remaining 16 teams were given places in the regular-season, and the next 6 were given places in the qualifying competition. The last 2 places from the Netherlands and Latvia were not taken up.
  • As the list of teams with a B-Licence was exhausted, two wild cards were granted to fill the remaining spaces in the qualifying competition.

Euroleague allocation criteria[edit]

In 31 May 2012, the Euroleague published the official License Allocation criteria.[2]

A licenses[edit]

Rank Team Pos. Coefficient
1. Spain FC Barcelona Regal 1st 131
2. Greece Olympiacos 1st 124
3. Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 1st 116
4. Greece Panathinaikos 2nd 114
5. Italy Montepaschi Siena 1st 109
6. Spain Real Madrid 2nd 108
7. Russia CSKA Moscow 1st 104
   
Rank Team Pos. Coefficient
8. Spain Caja Laboral 3rd 84
9. Turkey Anadolu Efes 2nd 73
10. Spain Unicaja Málaga 9th 73
11. Lithuania Žalgiris 1st 69
12. Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 6th 67
13. Poland Asseco Prokom 1st 55
14. Italy Acea Roma 13th 39

B licenses[edit]

Key to colors
     A licensed teams
     B licensed teams
     Teams qualified for the Qualifying Round
League Pos. Team
Teams qualified for the regular season
1. Spain Spanish ACB 1st FC Barcelona Regal
2. Russia Russian PBL 1st CSKA Moscow
3. Greece Greek GBL 1st Olympiacos
4. Italy Italian Serie A 1st Montepaschi Siena
5. Turkey Turkish TBL 1st Beşiktaş
6. France French Pro A 1st Élan Chalon
7. Germany German BBL 1st Brose
8. Lithuania Lithuanian LKL 1st Žalgiris
9. Serbia Adriatic League 1st* Partizan
10. Croatia Adriatic League 1st* Cedevita
11. Slovenia Adriatic League 1st* Union Olimpija
12. Spain Spanish ACB 2nd Real Madrid
13. Russia Russian PBL 2nd Khimki
14. Greece Greek GBL 2nd Panathinaikos
15. Italy Italian Serie A 2nd EA7 Milano
16. Lithuania Lithuanian LKL 2nd Lietuvos Rytas
   
League Pos. Team
Teams qualified for the qualification rounds
17. Turkey Turkish TBL 2nd Anadolu Efes
18. France French Pro A 2nd Le Mans
19. Germany German BBL 2nd Ratiopharm Ulm
20. Adriatic League ** Maccabi Tel Aviv
21. Belgium Belgian BLB 1st Telenet Oostende
22. Czech Republic Czech NBL 1st ČEZ Nymburk
23. Ukraine Ukrainian SuperLeague 1st Donetsk
24. Israel Israeli Super League 1st Maccabi Tel Aviv
25. Poland Polish PLK 1st Asseco Prokom
26. Bulgaria Bulgarian NBL 1st Lukoil Academic
27. Netherlands Dutch DBL 1st EiffelTowers Den BoschWithdrew
28. Latvia Latvian LBL 1st VEF RīgaWithdrew
*^ The Adriatic League teams (1 from Serbia, 1 from Slovenia and 1 from Croatia) are the ones with the best Adriatic League + National League + European competitions ranking.
**^ Next best team from the Adriatic League without B licence.

C licenses and wildcards[edit]

Regular season teams[edit]

On 31 May 2012, the new Euroleague license allocation criteria were announced.[3] Twenty-three teams directly joined the regular season while one more team joined it from the qualifying rounds. Eight teams fought for the last berth and Mapooro Cantù got the final spot.[4]

Key to colors
     Champion
     Runner-up
     Third place
     Fourth place
     Eliminated in Quarterfinals
     Eliminated in Last 16
     Eliminated in the regular season
Country (League) Teams TeamsLicense type (ranking in 2011–12 national championship)
Spain Spain (ACB) 4 FC Barcelona Regal A (1) Real Madrid A (2) Caja Laboral A (3) Unicaja Málaga A (9)
Italy Italy (Serie A) 3 Montepaschi Siena A (1) EA7 Milano A (2) Mapooro Cantù B QR(5)
Turkey Turkey (TBL) 3 Beşiktaş B (1) Anadolu Efes A (2) Fenerbahçe Ülker A (5)
Germany Germany (BBL) 2 Brose Baskets B (1) Alba Berlin C (5)
Greece Greece (GBL) 2 Olympiacos A (1) Panathinaikos A (2)
Lithuania Lithuania (LKL) 2 Žalgiris A (1) Lietuvos Rytas B (2)
Russia Russia (PBL) 2 CSKA Moscow A (1) Khimki B (2)
Croatia Croatia (A-1 Liga) 1 Cedevita B (2)
France France (LNB Pro A) 1 Élan Chalon B (1)
Israel Israel (BSL) 1 Maccabi Tel Aviv A (1)
Poland Poland (PLK) 1 Asseco Prokom A (1)
Serbia Serbia (KLS) 1 Partizan B (1)
Slovenia Slovenia (SKL) 1 Union Olimpija B (2)

Acea Roma's A license is under review as they were the lowest performing A License team during the 2011–12 season.

Euroleague Qualifying Round teams[edit]

Eight teams participated in a single-venue tournament format. The winner, Mapooro Cantù, advanced to the Euroleague Regular Season. The qualifying round was played between 25 and 28 September at the PalaDesio in Desio, Italy.[5]


  First qualifying round Second qualifying round Third qualifying round
                           
   Russia UNICS 91  
 Germany Ratiopharm Ulm 73  
   Russia UNICS 78  
   France Le Mans 86  
 France Le Mans 61
   Ukraine Donetsk 55  
     France Le Mans 66
   Italy Mapooro Cantù 80
   Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk 83  
 Belgium Telenet Oostende 65  
   Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk 83
   Italy Mapooro Cantù 89  
 Italy Mapooro Cantù 87
   Bulgaria Lukoil Academic 79  


Draw[edit]

The draws for the 2012–13 Turkish Airlines Euroleague were held on Friday, 6 July. The draws determined the qualifying-round matchups and regular-season groups for the Euroleague, as well as the qualifying rounds for the Eurocup and the regular-season for the EuroChallenge.

Teams were seeded into six pots of four teams in accordance with the Club Ranking, based on their performance in European competitions during a three-year period.[6]

Two teams from the same country cannot be drawn together in the same Regular Season group.

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4 Pot 5 Pot 6

Spain FC Barcelona Regal
Greece Olympiacos
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
Greece Panathinaikos

Italy Montepaschi Siena
Spain Real Madrid
Russia CSKA Moscow
Spain Caja Laboral

Russia Khimki
Serbia Partizan
Germany Alba Berlin
Turkey Anadolu Efes

Spain Unicaja Málaga
Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas
Lithuania Žalgiris
Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker

Poland Asseco Prokom
Italy EA7 Milano
Germany Brose
Slovenia Union Olimpija

Croatia Cedevita
Turkey Beşiktaş
France Élan Chalon
Italy Mapooro Cantù (q)

Regular season[edit]

The Regular Season begins on 11 October.

If teams are level on record at the end of the Regular Season, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:

  1. Head-to-head record.
  2. Head-to-head point differential.
  3. Point differential during the Regular Season.
  4. Points scored during the regular season.
  5. Sum of quotients of points scored and points allowed in each Regular Season match.
Key to colors
     Top four places in each group advance to Top 16

Group A[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1. Spain Real Madrid 10 7 3 832 738 +94
2. Russia Khimki 10 6 4 753 754 −1 2–0 (+13)
3. Greece Panathinaikos 10 6 4 748 722 +26 0–2 (−13)
4. Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 10 5 5 727 738 −11
5. Slovenia Union Olimpija 10 3 7 722 808 −86 2–0 (+15)
6. Italy Mapooro Cantù 10 3 7 708 730 −22 0–2 (−15)

Group B[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1. Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 10 8 2 810 708 +102 1–1 (+3)
2. Spain Unicaja Málaga 10 8 2 762 715 +47 1–1 (−3)
3. Italy Montepaschi Siena 10 5 5 879 844 +35
4. Germany Alba Berlin 10 4 6 722 748 −26
5. France Élan Chalon 10 3 7 782 843 −61
6. Poland Asseco Prokom 10 2 8 704 801 −97

Group C[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1. Lithuania Žalgiris 10 8 2 804 693 +111 1–1 (+4)
2. Greece Olympiacos 10 8 2 788 737 +51 1–1 (−4)
3. Turkey Anadolu Efes 10 5 5 738 740 −2
4. Spain Caja Laboral 10 4 6 749 778 −29
5. Italy EA7 Milano 10 3 7 760 767 −7
6. Croatia Cedevita 10 2 8 725 849 −124

Group D[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1. Spain FC Barcelona Regal 10 9 1 774 636 +138 1–1 (+18)
2. Russia CSKA Moscow 10 9 1 783 709 +74 1–1 (−18)
3. Turkey Beşiktaş 10 5 5 699 749 −50
4. Germany Brose 10 3 7 740 807 −67
5. Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas 10 2 8 670 724 −54 1–1 (+7)
6. Serbia Partizan 10 2 8 731 772 −41 1–1 (−7)

Top 16[edit]

The Top 16 begins on 27 December.

If teams are level on record at the end of the Top 16, tiebreakers are applied in the following order:

  1. Head-to-head record.
  2. Head-to-head point differential.
  3. Point differential during the Top 16.
  4. Points scored during the Top 16.
  5. Sum of quotients of points scored and points allowed in each Top 16 match.
Key to colors
     Top four places in each group advance to Playoffs

Group E[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1. Russia CSKA Moscow 14 11 3 1095 981 +114
2. Spain Real Madrid 14 10 4 1085 1021 +64
3. Turkey Anadolu Efes 14 9 5 1028 1031 −3 1−1 (+1)
4. Greece Panathinaikos 14 9 5 1001 968 +33 1−1 (−1)
5. Spain Unicaja Málaga 14 7 7 988 1015 −27
6. Lithuania Žalgiris 14 6 8 1065 1040 +25
7. Germany Alba Berlin 14 4 10 959 1036 −77
8. Germany Brose 14 0 14 1026 1115 −129

Group F[edit]

Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Tie-break
1. Spain FC Barcelona Regal 14 13 1 1151 986 +165
2. Greece Olympiacos 14 9 5 1068 1033 +35
3. Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 14 8 6 1105 1012 +93 1−1 (+3)
4. Spain Laboral Kutxa 14 8 6 1093 1045 +48 1−1 (−3)
5. Russia Khimki 14 7 7 1133 1051 +82 1−1 (+1)
6. Italy Montepaschi Siena 14 7 7 1036 1057 −21 1−1 (−1)
7. Turkey Beşiktaş 14 2 12 893 1104 −211 1−1 (+1)
8. Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 14 2 12 1055 1246 −191 1−1 (−1)

Quarter-finals[edit]

Team No. 1 Agg. Team No. 2 Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5
1. CSKA Moscow Russia 3–1 Spain Laboral Kutxa 89–78 90–68 72–93 94–85
2. Olympiacos Greece 3–2 Turkey Anadolu Efes 67–62 71–53 72–83 73–74 82–72
3. FC Barcelona Regal Spain 3–2 Greece Panathinaikos 72–70 65–66 63–65 70–60 64–53
4. Real Madrid Spain 3–0 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 79–53 75–63 69–57

Final Four[edit]

The O2 Arena, London, United Kingdom

Semifinals
10 May 2013
Final
12 May 2013
 Russia CSKA Moscow  52  
 Greece Olympiacos  69  
 
     Greece Olympiacos  100
   Spain Real Madrid   88
Third place
 Spain FC Barcelona Regal   67  Russia CSKA Moscow  74
 Spain Real Madrid  74    Spain FC Barcelona Regal  73

Semifinals[edit]

All times are CEST (UTC+2).

Semifinal 1[edit]

10 May 2013
18:00
CSKA Moscow Russia 52–69 Greece Olympiacos
Scoring by quarter: 17–24, 11–16, 8–13, 16–16
Pts: Weems 13
Rebs: Kaun 7
Asts: Erceg, Khryapa 2
Pts: Hines, Antić 13
Rebs: Hines 10
Asts: Spanoulis 4
The O2 Arena, London
Attendance: 9,218
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch (ITA), Borys Ryzhyk (UKR), Olegs Latisevs (LAT)

Semifinal 2[edit]

10 May 2013
21:00
FC Barcelona Regal Spain 67–74 Spain Real Madrid
Scoring by quarter: 18–11, 15–28, 18–9, 16–26
Pts: Huertas 19
Rebs: Tomić 12
Asts: Wallace 3
Pts: Reyes 17
Rebs: Carroll 6
Asts: Rodríguez 9
The O2 Arena, London
Attendance: 13,193
Referees: Luigi Lamonica (ITA), Ilija Belosevic (SRB), Elias Koromilas (GRE)

Third-place playoff[edit]

12 May 2013
18:00
CSKA Moscow Russia 74–73 Spain FC Barcelona Regal
Scoring by quarter: 15–12, 20–23, 24–19, 15–19
Pts: Khryapa 16
Rebs: Teodosić, Vorontsevich 5
Asts: Teodosić 5
Pts: Navarro 17
Rebs: Tomić 6
Asts: Jasikevičius 6
The O2 Arena, London
Attendance: 10,716
Referees: Robert Lottermoser (GER), Matej Boltauzer (SLO), Elias Koromilas (GRE)

Final[edit]

12 May 2013
21:00
Olympiacos Greece 100–88 Spain Real Madrid
Scoring by quarter: 10–27, 27–14, 24–20, 39–27
Pts: Spanoulis 22
Rebs: Antić 6
Asts: Law 5
Pts: Fernández 21
Rebs: Reyes 6
Asts: Rodríguez, Llull 4
The O2 Arena, London
Attendance: 15,169
Referees: Guerrino Cerebuch (ITA), Ilija Belosevic (SRB), Borys Ryzhyk (UKR)


Euroleague 2013 Champions
Greece
Olympiacos
3rd title

Final standings[edit]

Team
1. Greece Olympiacos
2. Spain Real Madrid
3. Russia CSKA Moscow
4. Spain FC Barcelona Regal

Top 10 attendances[edit]

Single game[edit]

Round Game Home team Visitor Attendance Sources
1 Quarter-finals 4 Greece Panathinaikos Spain FC Barcelona Regal 18,300
2 Quarter-finals 3 Greece Panathinaikos Spain FC Barcelona Regal 17,800
Top 16 14 Greece Panathinaikos Russia CSKA Moscow 17,800 [7]
4 Regular Season 8 Lithuania Žalgiris Greece Olympiacos 15,420
5 Top 16 4 Lithuania Žalgiris Russia CSKA Moscow 15,199
6 Regular Season 7 Lithuania Žalgiris Spain Laboral Kutxa 15,110
7 Top 16 5 Spain Laboral Kutxa Spain FC Barcelona Regal 15,068
8 Top 16 10 Lithuania Žalgiris Spain Real Madrid 15,010
9 Regular Season 9 Greece Panathinaikos Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 15,000 [8]
10 Top 16 5 Greece Panathinaikos Spain Real Madrid 14,909 [9]

Average[edit]

Rank Team Matches Average
1 Lithuania Žalgiris 12 13,425
2 Spain Laboral Kutxa 14 12,036
3 Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 13 10,935
4 Greece Panathinaikos 14 10,564
5 Spain Real Madrid 14 9,148
6 Germany Alba Berlin 12 9,033
7 Greece Olympiacos 15 8,265
8 Turkey Anadolu Efes 14 8,191
9 Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 12 7,109
10 Serbia Partizan 5 7,100

Individual statistics[edit]

Rating[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rating PIR
1. United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena 24 417 17.38
2. Russia Victor Khryapa Russia CSKA Moscow 26 443 17.04
3. Serbia Nenad Krstić Russia CSKA Moscow 29 488 16.83

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1. United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena 24 452 18.83
2. Slovenia Boštjan Nachbar Germany Brose 23 370 16.09
3. Croatia Bojan Bogdanović Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 21 334 15.90

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1. Russia Victor Khryapa Russia CSKA Moscow 26 190 7.31
2. Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona Regal 30 195 6.50
3. United States Shawn James Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 27 175 6.48

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Assists APG
1. Croatia Zoran Planinić Russia Khimki 22 139 6.32
2. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Greece Panathinaikos 27 156 5.78
3. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos 31 170 5.48

Other Stats[edit]

Category Name Team Games Stat
Steals per game Republic of Macedonia Bo McCalebb Turkey Fenerbahce Ulker 23 1.91
Blocks per game United States Shawn James Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 27 1.93
Turnovers per game Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos 31 3.42
Fouls drawn per game Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos 31 5.45
Minutes per game United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena 24 32:37
2FG% Russia Sasha Kaun Russia CSKA Moscow 30 0.716
3FG% Greece Kostas Papanikolaou Greece Olympiacos 31 0.520
FT% Brazil Marcelinho Huertas Spain FC Barcelona 31 0.972

Game highs[edit]

Category Name Team Stat
Rating United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena 50
Points United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena 41
Rebounds Austria Rašid Mahalbašić Poland Asseco Prokom 16
Assists Croatia Zoran Planinic Russia Khimki 13
Steals 7 occasions 5
Blocks 6 occasions 5
Turnovers Serbia Nenad Krstic Russia CSKA Moscow 8
Fouls Drawn United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena 15

Awards[edit]

Euroleague 2012–13 MVP[edit]

Euroleague 2012–13 Final Four MVP[edit]

All-Euroleague Team 2012–13[edit]

[12]

All-Euroleague First Team Club Team All-Euroleague Second Team Club Team
Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Greece Panathinaikos Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow
Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos Spain Juan Carlos Navarro Spain FC Barcelona Regal
Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Real Madrid Russia Victor Khryapa Russia CSKA Moscow
Serbia Nenad Krstić Russia CSKA Moscow Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Real Madrid
Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona Regal United States Shawn James Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv

Top Scorer (Alphonso Ford Trophy)[edit]

Best Defender[edit]

Rising Star[edit]

Coach of the Year (Alexander Gomelsky Award)[edit]

MVP Weekly[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Turkey Emir Preldžić Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 31
2 United States Sonny Weems Russia CSKA Moscow 38
3 Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Real Madrid 30
Spain Fernando San Emeterio Spain Caja Laboral 30
4 United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena 43
5 United States Bobby Brown (2) Italy Montepaschi Siena 31
6 Slovenia Sasha Vujačić Turkey Anadolu Efes 31
7 Spain Rudy Fernández (2) Spain Real Madrid 28
Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona Regal 28
8 Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow 25
9 United States Blake Schilb France Élan Chalon 38
10 United States Shawn James Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 27
Serbia Nemanja Bjelica Spain Caja Laboral 27

Top 16[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Croatia Ante Tomić (2) Spain FC Barcelona Regal 27
2 United States Bobby Brown (3) Italy Montepaschi Siena 50
3 Georgia (country) Ricky Hickman Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 34
4 United States Paul Davis Russia Khimki 29
5 Croatia Bojan Bogdanović Turkey Fenerbahçe Ülker 27
United States Marcus Williams Spain Unicaja Málaga 27
6 Spain Rudy Fernández (3) Spain Real Madrid 34
7 Russia Sasha Kaun Russia CSKA Moscow 30
8 United States Devin Smith Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 28
Croatia Luka Žorić Spain Unicaja Málaga 28
Croatia Roko Ukić Greece Panathinaikos 28
9 Serbia Nenad Krstić Russia CSKA Moscow 26
10 Spain Nikola Mirotić Spain Real Madrid 37
11 Croatia Luka Žorić (2) Spain Unicaja Málaga 33
12 Finland Petteri Koponen Russia Khimki 35
13 Australia Nathan Jawai Spain FC Barcelona Regal 34
14 Greece Kostas Papanikolaou Greece Olympiacos 37

Quarter-finals[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Spain Rudy Fernández (4) Spain Real Madrid 22
2 Russia Victor Khryapa Russia CSKA Moscow 25
3 United States Jamon Gordon Turkey Anadolu Efes 24
4 Russia Victor Khryapa (2) Russia CSKA Moscow 29
5 Australia Nathan Jawai (2) Spain FC Barcelona Regal 21

MVP of the Month[edit]

Month Player Team
October 2012 United States Sonny Weems Russia CSKA Moscow
November 2012 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos
December 2012 Poland Maciej Lampe Spain Caja Laboral
January 2013 United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena
February 2013 Croatia Ante Tomić Spain FC Barcelona Regal
March 2013 United States Devin Smith Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
April 2013 Spain Sergio Llull Spain Real Madrid

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]