EuroLeague Final Four records

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EuroLeague Final Four records are the records of Euroleague Basketball's Final Four tournament. The EuroLeague Final Four has been held every year since 1988, as it was held for the first time in the modern EuroLeague era, at the conclusion of the 1987–88 season.

Individual records (1988 - 2011)[edit]

Points Scored (Single Final Four)[1][2]
Most Points Scored in a Final Most Points Scored in a Semifinal Most Points Scored in a Final Four
Argentina Manu Ginóbili (Kinder Bologna)
27 points, 2002
United States Bob McAdoo (Tracer Milano)
39 points, 1988
Greece Nikos Galis (Aris)
69 points / 34.5 PPG, 1990
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga (Panathinaikos)
27 points, 2001
United States Dominique Wilkins (Panathinaikos)
35 points, 1996
Greece Nikos Galis (Aris)
67 points / 33.5 PPG, 1988
France Antoine Rigaudeau (Kinder Bologna)
27 points, 1999
United States Kevin Magee (Maccabi Elite)
34 points, 1988
United States Bob McAdoo (Tracer Milano)
64 points / 32.0 PPG, 1988
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Savić (Pop 84)
27 points, 1991
Lithuania Ramūnas Šiškauskas (CSKA Moscow)
29 points, 2009
Greece Nikos Galis (Aris)
61 points / 30.5 PPG, 1989
United States David Rivers (Olympiacos)
26 points, 1997
United States Darren Daye (Scavolini Pesaro)
29 points, 1991
Ukraine Alexander Volkov (Panathinaikos)
61 points / 30.5 PPG, 1994
United States Nate Huffman (Maccabi Elite)
26 points, 2000
United States Kevin Magee (Maccabi Elite)
29 points, 1989
United States David Rivers (Olympiacos)
54 points / 27.0 PPG, 1997
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Predrag Danilović (Partizan)
25 points, 1992
United States David Rivers (Olympiacos)
28 points, 1997
Israel Doron Jamchy (Maccabi Elite)
53 points / 26.5 PPG, 1989
Israel Doron Jamchy (Maccabi Elite)
25 points, 1989
Spain Jordi Villacampa (Montigalà Joventut)
28 points, 1992
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Savić (Pop 84)
52 points / 26.0 PPG, 1991
United States Bob McAdoo (Tracer Milano)
25 points, 1988
Israel Doron Jamchy (Maccabi Elite)
28 points, 1989
United States Dominique Wilkins (Panathinaikos)
51 points / 25.5 PPG, 1996
Israel Doron Jamchy (Maccabi Elite)
24 points, 1988
United States Rickey Brown (Tracer Milano)
28 points, 1988
4 players tied with 50 points
25.0 PPG

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