Eurocup Basketball Awards

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The Eurocup Basketball Awards are the awards given to the top individual performers of each season's edition of Eurocup Basketball, which is Europe's second-tier level continental-wide professional basketball competition. The Eurocup is the level that is one tier below the Euroleague level.

Eurocup awards[edit]

The awards are given out each season and include: the Eurocup Finals MVP award, the Eurocup MVP award, the Eurocup Rising Star award, the Eurocup Coach of the Year award, and the All-Eurocup Team.[1]

MVP of the Week[edit]

Eurocup Finals MVP[edit]

The Eurocup Finals MVP award began with the 2002-03 season.

Season Finals MVP Team Ref.
2002–03
Serbia and Montenegro Dejan Tomašević Spain Valencia
2003–04
United States Kelly McCarty Israel Hapoel Jerusalem
2004–05
Lithuania Robertas Javtokas Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas
2005–06
Panama Ruben Douglas Russia Dynamo Moscow
2006–07
United States Charles Smith Spain Real Madrid
2007–08
Spain Rudy Fernández Spain Joventut Badalona
2008–09
Lithuania Marijonas Petravičius Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas
2009–10
Australia Matt Nielsen Spain Valencia
[2]
2010–11
Croatia Marko Popović Russia Unics Kazan
[3]
2011–12
Croatia Zoran Planinić Russia Khimki
[4]
2012–13
United States Richard Hendrix Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
2013–14
United States Justin Doellman Spain Valencia
[5]

Eurocup MVP[edit]

The Eurocup MVP award began with the 2008-09 season.

Season MVP Team Ref.
2008–09
United States Chuck Eidson Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas
2009–10
Croatia Marko Banić Spain Bilbao
[6]
2010–11
United States Dontaye Draper Croatia Cedevita Zagreb
[7]
2011–12
United States Patrick Beverley Russia Spartak St. Petersburg
[8]
2012–13
Greece Nick Calathes Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
[9]
2013–14
United States Andrew Goudelock Russia UNICS Kazan

Eurocup Rising Star[edit]

The Eurocup Rising Star award began with the 2008-09 season.

Season Rising Star Team Ref.
2008–09
Serbia Milan Mačvan Serbia Hemofarm
2009–10
Spain Víctor Claver Spain Valencia
[10]
2010–11
Lithuania Donatas Motiejūnas Italy Treviso
[11]
2011–12
Lithuania Jonas Valančiūnas Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas
[12]
2012–13
Montenegro Bojan Dubljević Spain Valencia
[13]
2013–14
Montenegro Bojan Dubljević Spain Valencia
[14]

Eurocup Coach of the Year[edit]

The Eurocup Coach of the Year award began with the 2008-09 season.

Season Coach of the Year Team Ref.
2008–09
Turkey Oktay Mahmuti Italy Treviso
2009–10
Greece Ilias Zouros Greece Panellinios
[15]
2010–11
Croatia Aleksandar Petrović Croatia Cedevita Zagreb
[16]
2011–12
Slovenia Jure Zdovc Russia Spartak St. Petersburg
[17]
2012–13
Greece Fotios Katsikaris Spain Bilbao
[18]
2013–14
Italy Andrea Trinchieri Russia Unics Kazan
[19]

All-Eurocup Team[edit]

The All-Eurocup Team awards began with the 2008-09 season.

Season Ref. Pos. All-Eurocup First Team All-Eurocup Second Team
Player Club Player Club
2008–09
G
United States Chuck Eidson Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas United States Khalid El-Amin Turkey Türk Telekom
G
Russia Kelly McCarty Russia Khimki United States Gary Neal Italy Treviso
F
Slovenia Boštjan Nachbar Russia Dynamo Moscow United States Travis Hansen Russia Dynamo Moscow
F
Croatia Marko Banić Spain Bilbao Australia Matt Nielsen Spain Valencia
C
Republic of Macedonia Todor Gečevski Croatia Zadar Croatia Sandro Nicević Italy Treviso
2009–10
[20]
G
France Nando De Colo Spain Valencia United States Arthur Lee Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk
G
United States Immanuel McElroy Germany Alba Berlin Greece Kostas Charalampidis Greece Panellinios
F
United States Devin Smith Greece Panellinios United States Dijon Thompson Israel Hapoel Jerusalem
F
Croatia Marko Banić (2) Spain Bilbao United States James Augustine Spain Gran Canaria
C
Australia Matt Nielsen (2) Spain Valencia Montenegro Blagota Sekulić Germany Alba Berlin
2010–11
[21]
G
United States Dontaye Draper Croatia Cedevita Zagreb United States Bracey Wright Croatia Cedevita Zagreb
G
United States Terrell Lyday Russia Unics Kazan United States Dwayne Anderson Germany Göttingen
F
United States Devin Smith (2) Italy Treviso Russia Kelly McCarty (2) Russia Unics Kazan
F
France Tariq Kirksay Spain Sevilla United States Nik Caner-Medley Spain Estudiantes
C
Poland Maciej Lampe Russia Unics Kazan United States Paul Davis Spain Sevilla
2011–12
[22]

[23]
G
United States Patrick Beverley Russia Spartak St. Petersburg Israel Yotam Halperin Russia Spartak St. Petersburg
G
Lithuania Renaldas Seibutis Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas United States Ramel Curry Ukraine Donetsk
F
Croatia Zoran Planinić Russia Khimki Czech Republic Pavel Pumprla Czech Republic ČEZ Nymburk
F
United States Nik Caner-Medley (2) Spain Valencia Republic of Macedonia Jeremiah Massey Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
C
Lithuania Jonas Valančiūnas Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas Montenegro Bojan Dubljević Montenegro Budućnost
2012–13
[24]

[25]
G
United States Malcolm Delaney Ukraine Budivelnyk United States Walter Hodge Poland Zielona Góra
G
Greece Nick Calathes Russia Lokomotiv Kuban United States Chuck Eidson (2) Russia Unics Kazan
F
Greece Kostas Vasileiadis Spain Bilbao United States Derrick Brown Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
F
United States Justin Doellman Spain Valencia United States Lamont Hamilton Spain Bilbao
C
United States John Bryant Germany Ratiopharm Ulm Greece Loukas Mavrokefalidis Russia Spartak St. Petersburg
2013–14
[26]
G
United States DeMarcus Nelson Serbia Crvena Zvezda Israel Yotam Halperin (2) Israel Hapoel Jerusalem
G
United States Andrew Goudelock Russia Unics Kazan United States Reggie Redding Germany Alba Berlin
F
United States Dijon Thompson Russia Nizhny Novgorod United States Caleb Green Italy Dinamo Sassari
F
United States Justin Doellman (2) Spain Valencia Lithuania Darjuš Lavrinovič Ukraine Budivelnik
C
Montenegro Vladimir Golubović Turkey TED Ankara Kolejliler Montenegro Bojan Dubljević (2) Spain Valencia

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eurocupbasketball.com - EUROCUP 2010-11 AWARDS.
  2. ^ Matt Nielsen, MVP.
  3. ^ 2010-11 Eurocup Finals MVP: Marko Popović of Unics.
  4. ^ Zoran Planinic was named Eurocup Finals MVP.
  5. ^ Valencia's Doellman claims Eurocup Finals MVP trophy!.
  6. ^ 2009-10 Eurocup MVP: Marko Banic, Bizkaia Bilbao Basket
  7. ^ 2010-11 Eurocup MVP: Dontaye Draper, Cedevita Zagreb.
  8. ^ 2011-12 Eurocup MVP: Patrick Beverley, Spartak St. Petersburg.
  9. ^ 2012-13 Eurocup MVP: Nick Calathes, Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar.
  10. ^ 2009-10 Eurocup Rising Star Trophy Victor Claver, Power Electronics Valencia
  11. ^ 2010-11 2010-11 Eurocup Rising Star Trophy winner: Donatas Motiejunas, Benetton Bwin.
  12. ^ 2011-12 Eurocup Rising Star Trophy winner: Jonas Valanciunas, Lietuvos Rytas
  13. ^ 2012-13 Eurocup Rising Star Trophy winner: Bojan Dubljevic, Valencia Basket.
  14. ^ 2012-13 2013-14 Eurocup Rising Star Trophy winner: Bojan Dubljevic, Valencia Basket
  15. ^ 2009-10 Eurocup Coach of the Year: Ilias Zouros, Panellinios BC.
  16. ^ 2010-11 Eurocup Coach of the Year: Aleksandar Petrovic, Cedevita Zagreb.
  17. ^ 2011-12 Eurocup Coach of the Year: Jure Zdovc, Spartak St. Petersburg.
  18. ^ 2012-13 Eurocup Coach of the Year: Fotis Katsikaris, Uxue Bilbao Basket.
  19. ^ Eurocup Coach of the Year: Andrea Trinchieri, Unics Kazan.
  20. ^ Eurocup Official Web
  21. ^ 2010-11 All-Eurocup first, second teams announced.
  22. ^ 2011-12 All-Eurocup First Team
  23. ^ 2011-12 All-Eurocup Second Team
  24. ^ Star power fills 2012-13 All-Eurocup teams!
  25. ^ Star power fills 2012-13 All-Eurocup teams!
  26. ^ 2013-14 All-Eurocup First, Second teams named

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