EuroLeague individual highs

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EuroLeague individual highs in single games played. These are the lists of the individual statistical single game highs of the EuroLeague, which is the top-tier level European-wide professional club basketball league. The individual stats single game highs are broken down by sections of time, from 1990 to 2001, when the competition was run by FIBA Europe, and since 2000, when the competition has been run by the EuroLeague Basketball company.

EuroLeague Basketball (since the year 2000)[edit]

Points (since the year 2000)[edit]

Since the beginning of the 2000–01 season (Euroleague Basketball era):[1]

Rank Player Team Points Date Season Phase Vs.
1
United States Shane Larkin Turkey Anadolu Efes
49
November 29, 2019
2019–20
Regular Season
Germany Bayern Munich
2
United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena
41
January 4, 2013
2012–13
Top 16
Turkey Fenerbahçe
Latvia Kaspars Kambala Turkey Efes Pilsen
October 30, 2002
2002–03
Regular Season
Spain FC Barcelona
Italy Carlton Myers Italy Fortitudo Bologna
March 7, 2001
2000–01
Playoffs
Spain Real Madrid
United States Alphonso Ford Greece Peristeri
January 31, 2001
2000–01
Playoffs
Spain Tau Ceramica
6
United States Marc Salyers France Chorale Roanne
40
November 17, 2007
2007–08
Regular Season
Turkey Fenerbahçe
Lithuania Arvydas Macijauskas Spain Tau Ceramica
December 17, 2003
2002–03
Regular Season
France ASVEL Basket
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Vlado Šćepanović Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
January 9, 2002
2001–02
Regular Season
Russia Ural Great
9
Greece Ioannis Papapetrou Greece Panathinaikos
39
November 14, 2019
2019–20
Regular Season
Germany ALBA Berlin
France Nando de Colo Turkey Fenerbahçe Beko
October 17, 2019
2019–20
Regular Season
Spain Kirolbet Baskonia
Croatia Marko Popović Croatia Cibona
November 25, 2004
2004–05
Regular Season
Spain Adecco Estudiantes
United States Fred House Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
November 27, 2003
2003–04
Regular Season
Croatia Cibona
Lithuania Saulius Štombergas Spain Tau Ceramica
April 4, 2001
2000–01
Playoffs
Greece AEK

Rebounds (since the year 2000)[edit]

Since the beginning of the 2000–01 season (Euroleague Basketball era):[2]

Rank Player Team Rebounds Date Season Phase Vs.
1
Greece Antonis Fotsis Russia Dynamo Moscow
24
March 21, 2007
2006–07
Top 16
Italy Benetton Basket
2
Turkey Mirsad Türkcan Russia CSKA Moscow
23
January 10, 2002
2001–02
Regular Season
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Budućnost
3
Lithuania Donatas Motiejūnas Poland Asseco Prokom
21
July 12, 2011
2011–12
Regular Season
Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana
Turkey Mirsad Türkcan Turkey Fenerbahçe
November 30, 2006
2006–07
Regular Season
Italy Eldo Napoli
Turkey Mirsad Türkcan Russia CSKA Moscow
March 10, 2004
2003–04
Top 16
Croatia Cibona
Turkey Mirsad Türkcan Italy Montepaschi Siena
January 8, 2003
2002–03
Regular Season
Spain Tau Ceramica
7
Republic of Ireland Pat Burke Poland Asseco Prokom
20
December 18, 2008
2008–09
Regular Season
Lithuania Žalgiris
Spain Jordi Trias Spain FC Barcelona
January 31, 2008
2007–08
Regular Season
Germany Brose Baskets
Azerbaijan Spencer Nelson Germany GHP Bamberg
December 22, 2005
2005–06
Regular Season
Italy Benetton Basket
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Milojević Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
November 11, 2004
2004–05
Regular Season
Spain Adecco Estudiantes
Cameroon Stephane Pelle France ASVEL Basket
November 11, 2004
2004–05
Regular Season
Italy Scavolini Pesaro
France Florent Piétrus France Pau-Orthez
December 13, 2001
2001–02
Regular Season
Russia CSKA Moscow

Assists (since the year 2000)[edit]

Since the beginning of the 2000–01 season (Euroleague Basketball era):[3]

Rank Player Team Assists Date Season Phase Vs.
1
Serbia Stefan Jović Serbia Crvena Zvezda
19
November 12, 2015
2015–16
Regular Season
Germany Bayern Munich
2
Greece Nick Calathes Greece Panathinaikos
18
April 4, 2019
2018–19
Regular Season
Montenegro Budućnost
3
United States Marcus Williams Serbia Crvena Zvezda
17
November 21, 2014
2014–15
Regular Season
Turkey Galatasaray
4
Greece Nick Calathes Greece Panathinaikos
16
April 17, 2018
2017–18
Playoffs
Spain Real Madrid
5
Greece Nick Calathes Greece Panathinaikos
15
October 24, 2019
2019–20
Regular Season
Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
Argentina Facundo Campazzo Spain Real Madrid
May 19, 2019
2018–19
Final Four
Turkey Fenerbahçe
Canada Kevin Pangos Lithuania Žalgiris
January 18, 2018
2017–18
Regular Season
Spain Valencia
France Thomas Heurtel Turkey Anadolu Efes
February 3, 2017
2016–17
Regular Season
Serbia Crvena Zvezda
Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos
October 27, 2016
2016–17
Regular Season
Spain Saski Baskonia
France Thomas Heurtel Turkey Anadolu Efes
October 16, 2015
2015–16
Regular Season
France Limoges CSP
France Thomas Heurtel Turkey Anadolu Efes
April 17, 2015
2014–15
Playoffs
Spain Real Madrid
Montenegro Taylor Rochestie Russia Nizhny Novgorod
January 23, 2015
2014–15
Top 16
Turkey Anadolu Efes
United States John Linehan France SLUC Nancy
November 3, 2011
2011–12
Regular Season
Turkey Fenerbahçe

Steals (since the year 2000)[edit]

Since the beginning of the 2000–01 season (Euroleague Basketball era):[4]

Rank Player Team Steals Date Season Phase Vs.
1
United States Jeff Trepagnier Turkey Ulker
11
January 26, 2006
2005–06
Regular Season
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
2
Italy Stefano Mancinelli Italy Climamio Bologna
10
January 4, 2007
2006–07
Regular Season
Russia Dynamo Moscow
3
Argentina Pablo Prigioni Spain Tau Ceramica
9
February 9, 2006
2005–06
Regular Season
France Strasbourg
United States Chris Williams Germany Opel Skyliners
December 15, 2004
2003–04
Regular Season
Russia CSKA Moscow
United States Fred House Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
December 11, 2003
2003–04
Regular Season
Spain FC Barcelona
6
Israel Yogev Ohayon Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
8
November 20, 2014
2014–15
Regular Season
France Limoges CSP
Italy Shaun Stonerook Italy Montepaschi Siena
April 1, 2008
2007–08
Playoffs
Turkey Fenerbahçe
Bulgaria Ibby Jaaber Italy Lottomatica Roma
February 21, 2008
2007–08
Top 16
Spain Unicaja Malaga
United States Bootsy Thornton Italy Montepaschi Siena
February 14, 2008
2007–08
Top 16
Serbia Partizan
United States David Vanterpool Italy Montepaschi Siena
March 11, 2004
2003–04
Top 16
Greece Panathinaikos

Blocks (since the year 2000)[edit]

Since the beginning of the 2000–01 season (Euroleague Basketball era):[5]

Rank Player Team Blocks Date Season Phase Vs.
1
Croatia Stojko Vranković Italy PAF Bologna
10
February 8, 2001
2000–01
Playoffs
Croatia Cibona
2
Ukraine Grigorij Khizhnyak Lithuania Žalgiris
8
December 14, 2000
2000–01
Regular Season
Spain Adecco Estudiantes
3
United States Ekpe Udoh Turkey Fenerbahçe
7
February 11, 2016
2015–16
Top 16
Spain Unicaja Malaga
Lebanon Loren Woods Lithuania Žalgiris
December 18, 2008
2008–09
Regular Season
Poland Asseco Prokom
Lithuania Darjuš Lavrinovič Lithuania Žalgiris
March 17, 2005
2004–05
Top 16
Greece Panathinaikos
Ukraine Grigorij Khizhnyak Lithuania Žalgiris
November 1, 2001
2001–02
Regular Season
Germany Opel Skyliners
Ukraine Grigorij Khizhnyak Lithuania Žalgiris
October 18, 2001
2001–02
Regular Season
Turkey Ulker
8
14 players
7
14 players

Performance Index Rating (since the year 2000)[edit]

Since the beginning of the 2000–01 season (Euroleague Basketball era):[6]

Rank Player Team PIR Date Season Phase Vs.
1
United States Tanoka Beard Lithuania Žalgiris
63
January 22, 2004
2003–04
Regular Season
Italy Skipper Bologna
2
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Milojević Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
55
December 2, 2004
2004–05
Regular Season
Greece Olympiacos
Slovenia Jaka Lakovič Slovenia Krka
October 18, 2001
2001–02
Regular Season
Spain Real Madrid
4
Croatia Marko Popović Croatia Cibona
54
November 25, 2004
2004–05
Regular Season
Spain Adecco Estudiantes
5
United States Shane Larkin Turkey Anadolu Efes
53
November 29, 2019
2019–20
Regular Season
Germany Bayern Munich
6
Slovenia Jaka Lakovič Greece Panathinaikos
51
March 25, 2004
2003–04
Top 16
Spain Real Madrid
7
United States Bobby Brown Italy Montepaschi Siena
50
January 4, 2013
2012–13
Top 16
Turkey Fenerbahçe
Belgium Thomas Van Den Spiegel Poland Prokom Trefl
November 14, 2007
2007–08
Regular Season
Italy Virtus VidiVici
Lithuania Arvydas Macijauskas Spain Tau Ceramica
December 17, 2003
2003–04
Regular Season
France ASVEL Basket
10
Australia Aleks Marić Serbia Partizan
49
December 10, 2009
2009–10
Regular Season
Turkey Efes Pilsen
Lithuania Darjuš Lavrinovič Spain Real Madrid
October 22, 2009
2009–10
Regular Season
Russia Khimki

FIBA EuroLeague (1990–2001 SuproLeague)[edit]

Points (1990–2001)[edit]

From the 1990–91 season to the 2000–01 SuproLeague season (FIBA era):

Rank Player Team Points Season Vs.
1
United States Joe Arlauckas Spain Real Madrid
63
1995–96
Italy Buckler Bologna
2
Israel Doron Jamchi Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
49
1990–91
France Limoges CSP
3
United States Michael Young France Limoges CSP
47
1993–94
Italy Benetton Treviso
4
Greece Nikos Galis Greece Aris
46
1991–92
Italy Philips Milano
5
Portugal Carlos Lisboa Portugal SL Benfica
45
1995–96
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Belgrade
5
Croatia Velimir Perasović Croatia Split
45
1991–92
Croatia Cibona Zagreb
5
Croatia Ivica Žurić Croatia Cibona Zagreb
45
1993–94
Italy Buckler Bologna
8
Greece Nikos Galis Greece Aris
44
1991–92
Spain Joventut Badalona
8
Greece Nikos Galis Greece Aris
44
1991–92
Netherlands Den Helder
10
United States Tony Dawson Germany Bayer Leverkusen
43
1996–97
Italy Kinder Bologna
11
Croatia Zdravko Radulović Croatia Cibona Zagreb
42
1991–92
France Olympique d'Antibes
11
Croatia Zdravko Radulović Croatia Cibona Zagreb
42
1991–92
Croatia Split
13
Turkey İbrahim Kutluay Turkey Fenerbahçe
41
1998–99
Croatia Cibona Zagreb
14
Greece Nikos Galis Greece Aris
40
1991–92
Spain Estudiantes
14
Croatia Zdravko Radulović Croatia Cibona Zagreb
40
1991–92
Italy Phonola Caserta
14
Croatia Arijan Komazec Italy Virtus Bologna
40
1996–97
Spain FC Barcelona

Rebounds (1991–2001)[edit]

From the 1991–92 season to the 2000–01 SuproLeague season (FIBA era):

Rank Player Team Rebounds Season Vs.
1
Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis Spain Real Madrid
24
1992–93
Greece Olympiacos
1
United States Joe Binion Italy Buckler Bologna
24
1994–95
Greece Panathinaikos
3
United States Rickie Winslow Spain Estudiantes
23
1991–92
Greece Aris
3
United States Cliff Levingston Greece PAOK
23
1992–93
Italy Scavolini Pesaro
3
United States Roy Tarpley Greece Olympiacos
23
1993–94
Germany Bayer Leverkusen
6
United States Orlando Phillips France EB Pau Orthez
22
1992–93
Greece Olympiacos
6
Croatia Emilio Kovačić Croatia Cibona Zagreb
22
1993–94
Turkey Efes
8
United States Lee Johnson France Olympique d'Antibes
21
1991–92
Estonia Kalev Tallinn
8
United States Tony Massenburg Spain FC Barcelona
21
1993–94
France CSP Limoges
8
Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis Spain Real Madrid
21
1993–94
Germany Bayer Leverkusen
8
Croatia Stojko Vranković Greece Panathinaikos
21
1994–95
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv
8
United States Warren Kidd Italy Stefanel Milano
21
1996–97
Greece Olympiacos
8
Turkey Hüseyin Beşok Turkey Efes
21
1998–99
Italy Varese
8
Croatia Nikola Prkačin Croatia Cibona Zagreb
21
1998–99
France EB Pau Orthez
8
Turkey Hüseyin Beşok Turkey Efes
21
2000–01 SuproLeague
Sweden Plannja Luleå

Assists (1991–2001)[edit]

From the 1991–92 season to the 2000–01 SuproLeague season (FIBA era):

Rank Player Team Assists Season Vs.
1
Portugal Pedro Miguel Portugal SL Benfica
17
1994–95
Russia CSKA Moscow
1
United States Elmer Bennett Spain Saski Baskonia
17
1998–99
Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas
3
Latvia Raimonds Miglinieks Poland Śląsk Wrocław
15
2000–01 SuproLeague
Italy Mens Sana Basket
4
Russia Vasily Karasev Russia CSKA Moscow
14
1995–96
France EB Pau Orthez
5
Russia Vasily Karasev Russia CSKA Moscow
13
1995–96
Germany Bayer Leverkusen
5
North Macedonia Petar Naumoski Turkey Efes
13
1998–99
Russia CSKA Moscow
5
France Laurent Sciarra France ASVEL
13
2000–01 SuproLeague
Greece Panathinaikos

Steals (1991–2001)[edit]

From the 1991–92 season to the 2000–01 SuproLeague season (FIBA era):

Rank Player Team Steals Season Vs.
1
United States Marcus Webb Russia CSKA Moscow
11
1997–98
Greece PAOK
2
Greece Panagiotis Giannakis Greece Aris
9
1991–92
Germany Bayer Leverkusen
2
Italy Chris Corchiani Germany Bayer Leverkusen
9
1995–96
Spain Unicaja Málaga
2
Lithuania Saulius Štombergas Lithuania Žalgiris Kaunas
9
1998–99
Croatia Cibona Zagreb
2
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Veselin Petrović Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan Belgrade
9
2000–01 SuproLeague
Sweden Plannja Luleå

Blocks (1999–2001)[edit]

From the 1999–00 season to the 2000–01 SuproLeague season (FIBA era):

Rank Player Team Blocks Season Vs.
1
Turkey Hüseyin Beşok Turkey Efes
7
2000–01 SuproLeague
Sweden Plannja Luleå
2
Russia Andrei Kirilenko Russia CSKA Moscow
6
2000–01 SuproLeague
Israel Maccabi Ra'anana

Triple-Doubles (1991–present)[edit]

Since the beginning of the 1991–92 season (FIBA & Euroleague Basketball eras):

Player Team Triple Double Season Vs.
FIBA Era (1991–2001)
United States Keith Williams Poland WKS Śląsk Wrocław 30 points, 10 rebounds, 16 assists
1992–93
Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi
Russia Vasily Karasev Russia CSKA Moscow 21 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists
1994–95
Greece Olympiacos
United States Bill Edwards Greece PAOK 24 points, 15 rebounds, 10 assists
1999–00
France Cholet Basket
United States Derrick Phelps Germany ALBA Berlin 11 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists
2000–01 SuproLeague
Greece Iraklis
EuroLeague Basketball Era (2000–present)
Croatia Nikola Vujčić Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 11 points, 12 rebounds, 11 assists
2005–06
Poland Prokom Trefl
Croatia Nikola Vujčić Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 27 points, 10 rebounds, 10 assists
2006–07
Slovenia Olimpija Ljubljana
Greece Nick Calathes Greece Panathinaikos 11 points, 12 rebounds, 18 assists
2018–19
Montenegro Budućnost

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