EuroCup Basketball All-EuroCup Team

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The EuroCup Basketball All-EuroCup Team is an annual award of the secondary level European-wide professional club basketball league, the EuroCup. The EuroCup is the European-wide professional basketball league that is one tier level below the top-tier level EuroLeague. It is an award for the top ten players of each season of the EuroCup. The award began with the 2008–09 season.

Selection criteria[edit]

The All-EuroCup Team was originally selected solely by a panel of the league's basketball experts, from the 2008–09 season, through the 2015–16 season. Starting with the 2016–17 season, online fan voting was added to the award's selection process.[1]

EuroCup Basketball All-EuroCup Team by season[edit]

All-EuroCup Team prior to online fan voting[edit]

Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player was selected to either the First or Second Team.

Player nationality by national team.

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 Russia Travis Hansen Russia Dynamo Moscow
F
Croatia Marko Banić Spain Bilbao Australia Matt Nielsen Spain Valencia
C
North Macedonia Todor Gečevski Croatia Zadar Croatia Sandro Nicević Italy Treviso
2009–10
[2]
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
[3]
G
Croatia 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 Azerbaijan Nik Caner-Medley Spain Estudiantes
C
Poland Maciej Lampe Russia UNICS Kazan United States Paul Davis Spain Sevilla
2011–12
[4]

[5]
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
Azerbaijan Nik Caner-Medley (2) Spain Valencia North Macedonia Jeremiah Massey Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
C
Lithuania Jonas Valančiūnas Lithuania Lietuvos Rytas Montenegro Bojan Dubljević Montenegro Budućnost
2012–13
[6]

[7]
G
United States Malcolm Delaney Ukraine Budivelnyk United States Virgin Islands 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
Kosovo 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
[8]
G
Serbia DeMarcus Nelson Serbia Crvena Zvezda Israel Yotam Halperin (2) Israel Hapoel Jerusalem
G
United States Drew Goudelock Russia UNICS Kazan United States Reggie Redding Germany Alba Berlin
F
United States Dijon Thompson (2) Russia Nizhny Novgorod United States Caleb Green Italy Dinamo Sassari
F
Kosovo Justin Doellman (2) Spain Valencia Lithuania Darjuš Lavrinovič Ukraine Budivelnyk
C
Montenegro Vladimir Golubović Turkey TED Ankara Kolejliler Montenegro Bojan Dubljević (2) Spain Valencia
2014–15
G
Montenegro Tyrese Rice Russia Khimki Turkey Bobby Dixon Turkey Karşıyaka
G
Finland Petteri Koponen Russia Khimki United States Keith Langford Russia UNICS Kazan
F
Dominican Republic Sammy Mejía Turkey Banvit Slovakia Kyle Kuric Spain Gran Canaria
F
United States Derrick Brown (2) Russia Lokomotiv Kuban Slovenia Anthony Randolph Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
C
Cape Verde Walter Tavares Spain Gran Canaria United States Sharrod Ford France Paris-Levallois
2015–16
[9]
G
United States Errick McCollum Turkey Galatasaray Canada Kevin Pangos Spain Gran Canaria
G
United States Mardy Collins France Strasbourg IG United States Victor Rudd Russia Nizhny Novgorod
F
Serbia Vladimir Micov Turkey Galatasaray Poland Mateusz Ponitka Poland Zielona Góra
F
Italy Davide Pascolo Italy Aquila Trento United States Julian Wright Italy Aquila Trento
C
Slovenia Alen Omić Spain Gran Canaria Gabon Stéphane Lasme Turkey Galatasaray

All-EuroCup Team since addition of online fan voting[edit]

Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player was selected to either the First or Second Team.
Season Ref. Pos. All-EuroCup First Team All-EuroCup Second Team
Player Club Player Club
2016–17
[10][11]
G
United States Curtis Jerrells Israel Hapoel Jerusalem United States Kyle Fogg Spain Unicaja Málaga
G
United States Mardy Collins (2) Russia Lokomotiv Kuban Slovakia Kyle Kuric (2) Spain Gran Canaria
F
Russia Alexey Shved Russia Khimki Spain Fernando San Emeterio Spain Valencia
F
Montenegro Bojan Dubljević (3) Spain Valencia Germany Maxi Kleber Germany Bayern Munich
C
Serbia Dejan Musli Spain Unicaja Málaga United States Amar'e Stoudemire Israel Hapoel Jerusalem
2017–18
[12][13]
G
Spain Quino Colom Russia UNICS Kazan Montenegro Nikola Ivanović Montenegro Budućnost
G
Bosnia and Herzegovina Scottie Wilbekin Turkey Darüşşafaka Slovakia Kyle Kuric (3) Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
F
Italy Amedeo Della Valle Italy Reggiana Russia Dmitry Kulagin Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
F
Australia Ryan Broekhoff Russia Lokomotiv Kuban United States JaJuan Johnson Turkey Darüşşafaka
C
United States Devin Booker Germany Bayern Munich Czech Republic Ondřej Balvín Spain Gran Canaria
2018–19
G
France Andrew Albicy Spain MoraBanc Andorra United States Pierria Henry Russia UNICS Kazan
G
United States Errick McCollum (2) Russia UNICS Kazan Belgium Sam Van Rossom Spain Valencia
F
Lithuania Rokas Giedraitis Germany Alba Berlin Canada Dylan Ennis Spain MoraBanc Andorra
F
United States Luke Sikma Germany Alba Berlin France Mathias Lessort Spain Unicaja Málaga
C
Montenegro Bojan Dubljević (4) Spain Valencia Croatia Miro Bilan France ASVEL Villeurbanne
2020–21
[14][15]
G
Serbia Miloš Teodosić Italy Segafredo Virtus Bologna Lithuania Mantas Kalnietis Russia Lokomotiv Kuban
G
United States Jamar Smith Russia UNICS Kazan Slovenia Jaka Blažič Slovenia Cedevita Olimpija
F
France Isaïa Cordinier France Nanterre 92 United States Anthony Brown France Metropolitans 92
F
France Mathias Lessort (2) France Monaco United States John Brown Russia UNICS Kazan
C
United States Willie Reed Montenegro Budućnost VOLI United States Vince Hunter Italy Segafredo Virtus Bologna

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ All-EuroCup fan voting starts!
  2. ^ Eurocup Official Web
  3. ^ 2010-11 All-Eurocup first, second teams announced.
  4. ^ 2011-12 All-Eurocup First Team
  5. ^ 2011-12 All-Eurocup Second Team
  6. ^ Star power fills 2012-13 All-Eurocup teams!
  7. ^ Star power fills 2012-13 All-Eurocup teams!
  8. ^ 2013-14 All-Eurocup First, Second teams named
  9. ^ 2015-16 All-Eurocup First, Second teams announced
  10. ^ 2016-17 All-7DAYS EuroCup First Team.
  11. ^ 2016-17 All-7DAYS EuroCup Second Team.
  12. ^ 2017-18 All-7DAYS EuroCup First Team.
  13. ^ 2017-18 All-7DAYS EuroCup Second Team.
  14. ^ "2020-21 All-EuroCup First Team". EuroCup Basketball. 21 April 2021. Retrieved 21 April 2021.
  15. ^ "2020-21 All-EuroCup Second Team". EuroCup Basketball. 22 April 2021. Retrieved 22 April 2021.

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