2015–16 Euroleague

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Turkish Airlines Euroleague1
Mercedes-Benz Arena Berlin August 2015.JPG
The Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin hosted the Final Four
Competition details
Season2015–16
Teams24
Games played250
Dates15 October 2015 – 15 May 2016 (competition proper)
Final positions
ChampionsRussia CSKA Moscow (7th title)
Runners-upTurkey Fenerbahçe
Third placeRussia Lokomotiv Kuban
Fourth placeSpain Laboral Kutxa
Major awards
MVPFrance Nando de Colo
Final Four MVPFrance Nando de Colo
Statistical leaders
Index Rating France Nando de Colo 24.3
Points France Nando de Colo 19.4
Rebounds Greece Ioannis Bourousis 8.7
Assists France Thomas Heurtel 7.9
Records
Biggest home winKhimki 91–53 Crvena zvezda
(30 October 2015)
Biggest away winLimoges 71–107 Laboral Kutxa
(29 October 2015)
Highest scoringDarüşşafaka 100–106 Fenerbahçe
(22 January 2016)
Winning streak9 games
Fenerbahçe
Losing streak10 games
Dinamo Sassari
Highest attendance18,150
Crvena zvezda 69–67 Panathinaikos
(11 March 2016)
Lowest attendance1,497
Cedevita 83–62 Crvena zvezda
(8 April 2016)
Total attendance1,832,920
Average attendance7,332 Decrease
All statistics correct as of 15 May 2016.
1 Sponsored league name, referring to Turkish Airlines.

The 2015–16 Turkish Airlines Euroleague was the 16th season of the modern era of Euroleague Basketball and the sixth under the title sponsorship of the Turkish Airlines. Including the competition's previous incarnation as the FIBA Europe Champions Cup, this was the 59th season of the premier competition for European men's professional basketball clubs.

The 2016 Euroleague Final was played between CSKA Moscow and Fenerbahçe at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, Germany.[1] CSKA Moscow defeated Fenerbahçe 101–96 on extra time in the final to win their seventh European Cup/Euroleague title. Real Madrid were the title holders, but they were eliminated by Fenerbahçe in the playoffs.

Team allocation[edit]

A total of 24 teams participated in the 2015–16 Euroleague.[2]

Distribution[edit]

The table below shows the default access list.[3]

Teams entering in this round Teams advancing from previous round
Regular season
(24 teams)
Top 16
(16 teams)
  • 4 group winners from the regular season
  • 4 group runners-up from the regular season
  • 4 group third-placed teams from the regular season
  • 4 group fourth-placed teams from the regular season
Playoffs
(8 teams)
  • 2 group winners from the Top 16
  • 2 group runners-up from the Top 16
  • 2 group third-placed teams from the Top 16
  • 2 group fourth-placed teams from the Top 16
Final Four
(4 teams)
  • 4 series winners from the playoffs

Teams[edit]

The labels in the parentheses show how each team qualified for the place of its starting round (TH: Euroleague title holders):[4]

  • A: Qualified through an A–licence, based on the Euroleague club ranking and other regulations.
  • 1st, 2nd, etc.: League position after Playoffs
  • WC: Wild card
Regular season
Spain FC Barcelona Lassa (A) Turkey Pınar Karşıyaka (1st)[Note TUR] Greece Panathinaikos (A) France Strasbourg (WC)
Spain Laboral Kutxa (A) Turkey Darüşşafaka Doğuş (WC) Italy EA7 Emporio Armani Milan (A) Germany Brose Baskets (1st)
Spain Real MadridTH (A) Russia CSKA Moscow (A) Italy Banco di Sardegna Sassari (1st) Germany Bayern Munich (WC)
Spain Unicaja (3rd) Russia Khimki (2nd) Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom (1st)[Note ABA] Israel Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv (A)
Turkey Anadolu Efes (A) Russia Lokomotiv Kuban (WC) Croatia Cedevita (2nd)[Note ABA] Lithuania Žalgiris (A)
Turkey Fenerbahçe (A) Greece Olympiacos (A) France Limoges (1st) Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra (1st)
Notes
  1. ^
    ABA League (ABA): Crvena zvezda Telekom and Cedevita qualified through the ABA League.
  2. ^
    Turkey (TUR): As the Eurocup champion, Khimki, was qualified through a B–licence, an additional B–licence was given to the 2014–15 Turkish League champion, Pınar Karşıyaka.

Round and draw dates[edit]

The schedule of the competition is as follows.[2][5]

Phase Round Draw date Round date
Regular season Round 1 9 July 2015 15–16 October 2015
Round 2 22–23 October 2015
Round 3 29–30 October 2015
Round 4 5–6 November 2015
Round 5 12–13 November 2015
Round 6 18–20 November 2015
Round 7 26–27 November 2015
Round 8 2–4 December 2015
Round 9 10–11 December 2015
Round 10 17–18 December 2015
Top 16 Round 1 29–30 December 2015
Round 2 7–8 January 2016
Round 3 14–15 January 2016
Round 4 21–22 January 2016
Round 5 28–29 January 2016
Round 6 4–5 February 2016
Round 7 11–12 February 2016
Round 8 25–26 February 2016
Round 9 2–4 March 2016
Round 10 10–11 March 2016
Round 11 17–18 March 2016
Round 12 23–25 March 2016
Round 13 31 March–1 April 2016
Round 14 7–8 April 2016
Playoffs Game 1 12–13 April 2016
Game 2 14–15 April 2016
Game 3 18–19 April 2016
Game 4 21 April 2016
Game 5 26 April 2016
Final Four Semifinals 13 May 2016
Final 15 May 2016

Draw[edit]

The draw was held on 9 July 2015, 13:00 CEST, at the Mediapro Auditorium in Barcelona.[5] The 24 teams were drawn into four groups of six, with the restriction that teams from the same country could not be drawn against each other. For this purpose, Adriatic League worked as only one country. For the draw, the teams were seeded into six pots, in accordance with the Club Ranking, based on their performance in European competitions during a three-year period and the lowest possible position that any club from that league can occupy in the draw is calculated by adding the results of the worst performing team from each league.[5]

Pot 1
Team Pts
Russia CSKA Moscow 178
Spain Real Madrid 178
Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 171
Greece Olympiacos 170
Pot 2
Team Pts
Israel Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv 151
Greece Panathinaikos 142
Turkey Fenerbahçe 129
Turkey Anadolu Efes 126
Pot 3
Team Pts
Russia Khimki 125
Spain Laboral Kutxa 119
Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 118
Spain Unicaja 112
Pot 4
Team Pts
Lithuania Žalgiris 109
Italy EA7 Emporio Armani Milan 96
Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 95
Germany Brose Baskets 80
Pot 5
Team Pts
Turkey Pınar Karşıyaka 69
Turkey Darüşşafaka Doğuş 69
Croatia Cedevita 63
Germany Bayern Munich 63
Pot 6
Team Pts
Italy Banco di Sardegna Sassari 57
Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra 52
France Strasbourg 48
France Limoges 35
Notes
^† Indicates teams with points applying the minimum for the league they play.

Regular season[edit]

In each group, teams played against each other home-and-away in a round-robin format. The matchdays were 15–16 October, 22–23 October, 29–30 October, 5–6 November, 12–13 November, 19–20 November, 26–27 November, 3–4 December, 10–11 December and 17–18 December 2015.

The four first qualified teams advanced to the Top 16, while the fifth and the sixth-placed teams entered the Eurocup Last 32.

A total of 12 countries were represented in the group stage. Pınar Karşıyaka and Darüşşafaka Doğuş made their debut appearances in the group stage of the modern era of Euroleague Basketball.

Group A[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification FNB KHI CZT RMB BAY SIG
1 Turkey Fenerbahçe 10 8 2 770 707 +63 Advance to Top 16 88–83 79–61 77–66 74−67 81–64
2 Russia Khimki 10 5 5 798 740 +58 68–70 91–53 84−70 70–81 88–62
3 Serbia Crvena Zvezda Telekom 10 5 5 766 813 −47 60–74 96–91 94–88 85–76 81−59
4 Spain Real Madrid 10 5 5 854 808 +46 80–73 82–85 98–71 101–99 97–65
5 Germany Bayern Munich 10 4 6 763 780 −17 Transfer to Eurocup 67–84 69–60 79–90 67–86 76–61
6 France Strasbourg 10 3 7 711 814 −103 91–70 69–78 78–75 93–86 69–82
Source: Euroleague

Group B[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification OLY EFS LBO CED LIM EA7
1 Greece Olympiacos 10 8 2 761 692 +69 Advance to Top 16 68–81 59–52 76−61 75–49 73–63
2 Turkey Anadolu Efes 10 6 4 863 805 +58 87–91 95–86 75–81 92–74 89–73
3 Spain Laboral Kutxa 10 6 4 854 766 +88 96–89 92–90 92–70 92–56 94–82
4 Croatia Cedevita 10 4 6 750 780 −30 70–83 75–81 76–67 80–84 82–85
5 France Limoges 10 3 7 698 823 −125 Transfer to Eurocup 67–76 77–89 71–107 69–78 74–65
6 Italy EA7 Emporio Armani Milan 10 3 7 737 797 −60 66–71 88–84 78–76 68–77 69–77
Source: Euroleague

Group C[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification LOK FCB PAO ZAL KSK ZGA
1 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 10 8 2 754 683 +71 Advance to Top 16 78–74 81−70 80–50 72–53 51–66
2 Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 10 6 4 822 747 +75 72–68 77–52 88–92 107–79 78–72
3 Greece Panathinaikos 10 6 4 756 710 +46 71–77 93–86 91–56 85–73 82–51
4 Lithuania Žalgiris 10 5 5 697 731 −34 74–76 78–85 72–75 74–52 67–56
5 Turkey Pınar Karşıyaka 10 3 7 698 772 −74 Transfer to Eurocup 78–88 71−62 66–69 66–68 77–66
6 Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra 10 2 8 664 748 −84 75–83 64–93 71–68 62−66 81–83
Source: Euroleague

Group D[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification CSK UNI BRO DDI MAC DSS
1 Russia CSKA Moscow 10 9 1 911 784 +127 Advance to Top 16 78–86 83–77 94–66 100−69 93–87
2 Spain Unicaja 10 7 3 761 719 +42 76–88 76−71 81–69 82–68 80–62
3 Germany Brose Baskets 10 6 4 778 720 +58 88–100 73–53 86–76 77–66 86–54
4 Turkey Darüşşafaka Doğuş 10 4 6 704 740 −36 75–80 63–57 54–65 66–70 83−74
5 Israel Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv 10 4 6 750 792 −42 Transfer to Eurocup 82–88 82–93 85–65 73–84 79–63
6 Italy Banco di Sardegna Sassari 10 0 10 690 839 −149 78–107 65–77 73–90 60–68 74–76
Source: Euroleague

Top 16[edit]

In each group, teams played against each other home-and-away in a round-robin format. The matchdays were 29–30 December, 7–8 January, 14–15 January, 21–22 January, 28–29 January, 4–5 February, 11–12 February, 25–26 February, 3–4 March, 10–11 March, 17–18 March, 24–25 March, 31 March–1 April and 6–7 April 2016.

The four first qualified teams advanced to the Playoffs, while the four last qualified teams were eliminated.

A total of 8 countries were represented in the Top 16. Cedevita and Darüşşafaka Doğuş made their debut appearances in the Top 16 of the modern era of Euroleague Basketball.

Group E[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification FNB LOK PAO CZT EFS DDI UNI CED
1 Turkey Fenerbahçe 14 11 3 1095 1032 +63 Advance to Playoffs 85–79 82–75 72–65 90–86 77–69 80–59 86–73
2 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 14 9 5 1099 978 +121 52–55 76–67 86–62 78–77 82–58 81–60 87–63
3 Greece Panathinaikos 14 9 5 1067 1027 +40 76–71 84–79 63–74 83–78 82–79 68–66 76–60
4 Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 14 7 7 1038 1060 −22 65–88 80–66 69–67 91–82 61–80 87–73 94–74
5 Turkey Anadolu Efes 14 7 7 1121 1106 +15 73–77 61–76 91–86 85–84 84–71 87–67 80–76
6 Turkey Darüşşafaka Doğuş 14 5 9 1060 1083 −23 100–106 87–86 84–86 69–66 68–72 78–55 72–79
7 Spain Unicaja 14 4 10 971 1076 −105 71–67 64–82 58–76 72–78 75–85 70–62 90–67
8 Croatia Cedevita 14 4 10 1038 1127 −89 89–59 75–89 60–78 83–62 84–80 77–83 78–91
Source: Euroleague

Group F[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L PF PA PD Qualification CSK LBO FCB RMB KHI BRO OLY ZAL
1 Russia CSKA Moscow 14 10 4 1299 1185 +114 Advance to Playoffs 90–78 93–82 95–81 108–98 91–70 92–85 100–86
2 Spain Laboral Kutxa 14 9 5 1110 1075 +35 81–71 75–71 89–88 98–83 90–64 76–82 71–65
3 Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 14 8 6 1085 1059 +26 100–98 78–81 72–65 87–70 75–57 82–66 92–86
4 Spain Real Madrid 14 7 7 1173 1165 +8 87–96 68–77 86–87 83–70 82–79 84–72 92–86
5 Russia Khimki 14 7 7 1164 1138 +26 91–89 76–68 75–61 82–93 78–61 98–66 111–80
6 Germany Brose Baskets 14 7 7 1073 1088 −15 91–83 89–69 74–70 86–90 84–79 72–71 96–63
7 Greece Olympiacos 14 6 8 1083 1105 −22 96–99 82–68 74–62 99–84 89–77 72–77 74–59
8 Lithuania Žalgiris 14 2 12 1007 1179 −172 59–94 68–89 59–66 75–90 71–76 75–73 75–55
Source: Euroleague

Playoffs[edit]

In the playoffs, teams playing against each other had to win three games to win the series. Thus, if one team won three games, before all five games had been played, the games that remained were omitted. The team that finished in the highest Top 16 place played the first, the second, and the fifth (if it was necessary) game of the series at home.

Game 1 was played on 12 and 13 April, game 2 was played on 14 and 15 April, game 3 was played on 18 and 19 April, game 4, if necessary, was played on 21 April, and game 5, if necessary, was played on 26 April 2016.

Series[edit]

Team 1 Series
Team 2
Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5
Fenerbahçe Turkey 3–0 Spain Real Madrid 75–69 100–78 75–63
Laboral Kutxa Spain 3–0 Greece Panathinaikos 84–68 82–78 84–75
CSKA Moscow Russia 3–0 Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 84–74 77–76 78–71
Lokomotiv Kuban Russia 3–2 Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 66–61 66–92 70–82 92–80 81–67

Final Four[edit]

The four winners of the quarterfinals qualified for the Final Four. The semifinals were played on May 13, while the third place game and championship game were played on May 15, 2016. The event was held at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, Germany.

 
Championship game
 
      
 
13 May
 
 
Turkey Fenerbahçe 88
 
15 May
 
Spain Laboral Kutxa 77
 
Turkey Fenerbahçe 96
 
13 May
 
Russia CSKA Moscow 101
 
Russia CSKA Moscow 88
 
 
Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 81
 
Third place game
 
 
15 May
 
 
Spain Laboral Kutxa75
 
 
Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 85

Attendances[edit]

Average home attendances[edit]

Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
Final Four games 45,385 12,250 10,658 11,346 −4.4%
1 Israel Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv 55,300 11,060 11,060 11,060 0.0%
2 Lithuania Žalgiris 131,998 14,790 8,702 11,000 +8.3%
3 Spain Laboral Kutxa 153,265 13,964 8,366 10,948 +11.4%
4 Spain Real Madrid 140,015 12,018 9,037 10,770 +1.9%
5 Serbia Crvena zvezda Telekom 135,705 18,150 4,961 10,439 −27.9%
6 Greece Panathinaikos 132,148 16,419 4,515 10,165 −15.7%
7 Turkey Fenerbahçe 142,264 12,886 5,960 10,162 −13.5%
8 Greece Olympiacos 102,775 11,640 5,006 8,565 −4.8%
9 Italy EA7 Emporio Armani Milan 42,151 11,192 7,174 8,430 +2.5%
10 Russia CSKA Moscow 102,427 12,473 4,421 7,316 +56.4%
11 Germany Brose Baskets 81,157 8,200 5,693 6,763 −0.5%
12 Spain Unicaja 77,307 9,120 4,656 6,442 −12.0%
13 Germany Bayern Munich 31,568 6,700 5,869 6,314 +4.8%
14 Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 85,157 7,142 4,867 6,083 −9.2%
15 France Strasbourg 29,136 6,167 5,398 5,827 +52.6%1
16 Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 82,228 7,495 2,814 5,482 +46.2%1
17 Turkey Anadolu Efes 55,581 8,685 2,531 4,632 −24.2%
18 Turkey Darüşşafaka Doğuş 53,204 4,989 3,291 4,434 n/a
19 France Limoges 21,623 4,886 3,446 4,325 −7.1%4
20 Turkey Pınar Karşıyaka 18,855 5,000 2,500 3,771 +21.6%1
21 Croatia Cedevita 45,003 5,281 1,497 3,750 −0.3%
22 Poland Stelmet Zielona Góra 17,980 5,002 2,750 3,596 +46.9%1
23 Italy Banco di Sardegna Sassari 16,981 4,005 2,988 3,396 −10.2%
24 Russia Khimki 33,707 3,800 1,500 2,809 +29.5%1
League total 1,832,920 18,150 1,497 7,332 −10.4%

Updated to games played on 15 May 2016
Source: gigabasket.org
Notes:
1: 2014–15 season average applied to Eurocup games.

Top 10[edit]

Pos. Round Game Home team Visitor Attendance Ref
1 Top 16 10 Serbia Crvena zvezda Greece Panathinaikos 18,150 Link
2 Playoffs 3 Serbia Crvena zvezda Russia CSKA Moscow 18,087 Link
3 Top 16 13 Serbia Crvena zvezda Turkey Darüşşafaka Doğuş 18,078 Link
4 Playoffs 3 Greece Panathinaikos Spain Laboral Kutxa 16,419 Link
5 Top 16 13 Greece Panathinaikos Croatia Cedevita 16,366 Link
6 Regular Season 4 Serbia Crvena zvezda Turkey Fenerbahçe 16,203 Link
7 Top 16 8 Greece Panathinaikos Turkey Fenerbahçe 16,188 Link
8 Regular Season 4 Lithuania Žalgiris Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 14,790 Link
9 Regular Season 1 Serbia Crvena zvezda France Strasbourg 14,338 Link
10 Regular Season 8 Greece Panathinaikos Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 13,972 Link

Individual statistics[edit]

Rating[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rating PIR
1. France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow 27 656 24.30
2. Greece Ioannis Bourousis Spain Laboral Kutxa 29 612 21.10
3. United States Malcolm Delaney Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 31 612 19.74

Points[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Points PPG
1. France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow 27 525 19.44
2. United States Malcolm Delaney Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 31 504 16.26
3. Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow 29 467 16.10

Rebounds[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Rebounds RPG
1. Greece Ioannis Bourousis Spain Laboral Kutxa 29 251 8.66
2. Mexico Gustavo Ayón Spain Real Madrid 27 213 7.89
3. Czech Republic Jan Veselý Turkey Fenerbahçe 23 156 6.78

Assists[edit]

Rank Name Team Games Assists APG
1. France Thomas Heurtel Turkey Anadolu Efes 24 190 7.92
2. Greece Nick Calathes Greece Panathinaikos 27 174 6.44
3. Spain Sergio Rodríguez Spain Real Madrid 27 167 6.19

Other statistics[edit]

Category Name Team Games Avg
Steals per game Greece Nick Calathes Greece Panathinaikos 27 2.00
Blocks per game United States Ekpe Udoh Turkey Fenerbahçe 27 2.26
Turnovers per game France Thomas Heurtel Turkey Anadolu Efes 24 3.33
Fouls drawn per game France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow 27 6.48
United States Malcolm Delaney Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 31
Minutes per game United States Malcolm Delaney Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 31 33:16
2FG% United States James Augustine Russia Khimki 23 0.687
3FG% United States Cory Higgins Russia CSKA Moscow 29 0.539
FT% Spain Pau Ribas Spain FC Barcelona Lassa 27 0.939

Game highs[edit]

Category Name Team Stat
Rating Greece Ioannis Bourousis Spain Laboral Kutxa 44
Points United States Malcolm Delaney Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 31
Rebounds United States Tyler Honeycutt Russia Khimki 19
Assists Serbia Stefan Jović Serbia Crvena zvezda 19
Steals Mexico Gustavo Ayón Spain Real Madrid 6
Blocks United States Ekpe Udoh Turkey Fenerbahçe 7
Turnovers 8 times 7
Fouls Drawn France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow 13

Awards[edit]

Euroleague MVP[edit]

Euroleague Final Four MVP[edit]

All-Euroleague Teams[edit]

First Team[8] Second Team[8]
United States Malcolm Delaney Russia Lokomotiv Kuban Italy Luigi Datome Turkey Fenerbahçe
France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow United States Quincy Miller Serbia Crvena zvezda
Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow United States Ekpe Udoh Turkey Fenerbahçe
Czech Republic Jan Veselý Turkey Fenerbahçe United States Anthony Randolph Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
Greece Ioannis Bourousis Spain Laboral Kutxa Mexico Gustavo Ayón Spain Real Madrid

Top Scorer (Alphonso Ford Trophy)[edit]

Best Defender[edit]

Rising Star[edit]

MVP of the Week[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 United States Patric Young Greece Olympiacos 26
2 Greece Ioannis Bourousis Spain Laboral Kutxa 44
3 United States Darius Adams Spain Laboral Kutxa 29
4 Spain Felipe Reyes Spain Real Madrid 30
5 Italy Nicolò Melli Germany Brose Baskets 37
6 United States Luke Harangody Turkey Darüşşafaka Doğuş 35
7 United States Jamel McLean Italy EA7 Milano 36
8 France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow 33
Germany Maik Zirbes Serbia Crvena zvezda
9 Mexico Gustavo Ayón Spain Real Madrid 41
10 France Nobel Boungou Colo France Limoges 34

Top 16[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 United States Malcolm Delaney Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 41
2 United States Malcolm Delaney (2) Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 30
3 Spain Felipe Reyes (2) Spain Real Madrid 32
4 Greece Ioannis Bourousis (2) Spain Laboral Kutxa 30
Czech Republic Jan Veselý Turkey Fenerbahçe
5 Montenegro Tyrese Rice Russia Khimki 35
6 Greece Georgios Printezis Greece Olympiacos 37
7 Mexico Gustavo Ayón (2) Spain Real Madrid 41
8 United States Anthony Randolph Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 43
9 Italy Luigi Datome Turkey Fenerbahçe 29
10 Greece Ioannis Bourousis (3) Spain Laboral Kutxa 29
11 United States Bradley Wanamaker Germany Brose Baskets 34
12 United States Tyler Honeycutt Russia Khimki 30
13 Greece Ioannis Bourousis (4) Spain Laboral Kutxa 35
France Nando de Colo (2) Russia CSKA Moscow
14 France Nando de Colo (3) Russia CSKA Moscow 36

Playoffs[edit]

Game Player Team PIR
1 Serbia Miloš Teodosić Russia CSKA Moscow 28
2 United States Kyle Hines Russia CSKA Moscow 25
United States Ekpe Udoh Turkey Fenerbahçe
3 United States Ekpe Udoh (2) Turkey Fenerbahçe 33
4 United States Anthony Randolph (2) Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 28
5 United States Chris Singleton Russia Lokomotiv Kuban 27

MVP of the Month[edit]

Month Player Team Ref.
October 2015 United States Malcolm Delaney Russia Lokomotiv Kuban [12]
November 2015 Italy Nicolò Melli Germany Brose Baskets [13]
December 2015 Mexico Gustavo Ayón Spain Real Madrid [14]
January 2016 Czech Republic Jan Veselý Turkey Fenerbahçe [15]
February 2016 France Nando de Colo Russia CSKA Moscow [16]
March 2016 Greece Ioannis Bourousis Spain Laboral Kutxa [17]
April 2016 United States Ekpe Udoh Turkey Fenerbahçe [18]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Euroleague Final Four returns to Berlin in 2016". Euroleague. 11 May 2015.
  2. ^ a b "2015–16 Euroleague Bylaws Book" (PDF). Euroleague Basketball. Retrieved 6 December 2016.
  3. ^ "ECA shareholders, executive board approve roadmap for 2015-16 and beyond". Euroleague. 6 May 2015.
  4. ^ "Proposed team list for the 2015-16 Turkish Airlines Euroleague". Euroleague. 29 June 2015.
  5. ^ a b c "2015-16 Regular Season Draw: Procedure, Criteria and Levels". Euroleague. 7 July 2015.
  6. ^ "2015-16 Euroleague MVP: Nando De Colo, CSKA Moscow". Euroleague. 12 May 2016.
  7. ^ "De Colo celebrates title as Final Four MVP". Euroleague. 15 May 2016.
  8. ^ a b All-Euroleague First and Second Teams announced. Euroleague.net. Retrieved on 2016-05-06.
  9. ^ "2015-16 Alphonso Ford Top Scorer Trophy: Nando De Colo, CSKA Moscow". Euroleague.net. Retrieved 3 May 2016.
  10. ^ "Best Defender Trophy: Kyle Hines, CSKA Moscow". Euroleague.net. Retrieved 4 May 2016.
  11. ^ "Euroleague Rising Star Trophy: Alex Abrines, FC Barcelona Lassa". Euroleague.net. Retrieved 5 May 2016.
  12. ^ "MVP for October: Malcolm Delaney, Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar". Euroleague. 2 November 2015.
  13. ^ "MVP for November: Nicolò Melli, Brose Baskets". Euroleague. 30 November 2015.
  14. ^ "MVP for December: Gustavo Ayon, Real Madrid". Euroleague. 4 January 2016.
  15. ^ "MVP for January: Jan Vesely, Fenerbahce Istanbul". Euroleague. 1 February 2016.
  16. ^ "MVP for February: Nando De Colo, CSKA Moscow". Euroleague. 29 February 2016.
  17. ^ "MVP for March: Ioannis Bourousis, Laboral Kutxa Vitoria Gasteiz". Euroleague. 4 April 2016.
  18. ^ "MVP for April: Ekpe Udoh, Fenerbahce Istanbul". Euroleague. 28 April 2016.

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