EuroLeague MVP of the Month

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The EuroLeague MVP of the Month is the award for the EuroLeague's most valuable player for each month of the season. The award began in the 2004–05 season, after the EuroLeague eliminated the EuroLeague regular season and EuroLeague top 16 MVP awards. From the 2004–05 season to the 2015–16 season, the EuroLeague awarded an MVP for each month of the season, rather than giving MVP awards for the "regular season stage" (the first group stage of the competition), and the Top 16 stage (the second group stage of the competition), as it had done in earlier seasons.

EuroLeague Monthly MVPs[edit]

October November December January February March April
2004–05 season
not awarded United States Anthony Parker
(Maccabi)
Turkey Serkan Erdoğan
(Ülkerspor)
Greece Theo Papaloukas
(CSKA)
Slovenia Jaka Lakovič
(Panathinaikos)
Lithuania Arvydas Macijauskas
(Baskonia)
United States Marcus Brown
(CSKA)
2005–06 season
not awarded Turkey Kaya Peker
(Efes)
Spain Jorge Garbajosa
(Unicaja)
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
(FC Barcelona)
United States Tyus Edney
(Olympiacos)
United States Maceo Baston
(Maccabi)
United States Trajan Langdon
(CSKA)
2006–07 season
not awarded United States Mike Batiste
(Panathinaikos)
Argentina Luis Scola
(Baskonia)
Greece Lazaros Papadopoulos
(Dynamo Moscow)
Slovenia Matjaž Smodiš
(CSKA)
Puerto Rico Daniel Santiago
(Unicaja)
Lithuania Ramūnas Šiškauskas
(Panathinaikos)
2007–08 season
not awarded Lithuania Arvydas Macijauskas
(Olympiacos)
United States Marcus Brown
(Zalgiris)
United States Terence Morris
(Maccabi)
United States Bootsy Thornton
(Siena)
Belize Milt Palacio
(Partizan)
Lithuania Ramūnas Šiškauskas
(CSKA)
2008–09 season
Turkey Ersan İlyasova
(FC Barcelona)
Slovenia Sani Bečirovič
(Roma)
Israel Lior Eliyahu
(Maccabi)
Serbia Igor Rakočević
(Baskonia)
Serbia Novica Veličković
(Partizan)
Slovenia Erazem Lorbek[fn 1]
(CSKA)
2009–10 season
Serbia Bojan Popović
(Lietuvos Rytas)
United States Pete Mickeal
(FC Barcelona)
Australia-Serbia Aleks Marić
(Partizan)
Serbia Miloš Teodosić
(Olympiacos)
United States Alan Anderson
(Maccabi)
Russia Victor Khryapa
(CSKA)
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
(FC Barcelona)
2010–11 season
Slovenia Goran Jagodnik
(Olimpija)
United States Chuck Eidson
(Maccabi)
Greece Dimitris Diamantidis
(Panathinaikos)
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
(FC Barcelona)
Slovenia Radoslav Nesterovič
(Olympiacos)
United States Jeremy Pargo
(Maccabi)
not awarded
2011–12 season
Russia Andrei Kirilenko
(CSKA)
Serbia Nenad Krstić
(CSKA)
Spain Nikola Mirotić
(Real Madrid)
Bosnia and Herzegovina Henry Domercant
(UNICS)
Greece Vassilis Spanoulis
(Olympiacos)
Greece Dimitris Diamantidis[fn 2]
(Panathinaikos)
2012–13 season
United States Sonny Weems
(CSKA)
Greece Vassilis Spanoulis
(Olympiacos)
Poland Maciej Lampe
(Baskonia)
United States Bobby Brown
(Siena)
Croatia Ante Tomić
(FC Barcelona)
United States Devin Smith
(Maccabi)
Spain Sergio Llull
(Real Madrid)
2013–14 season
Spain Nikola Mirotić
(Real Madrid)
United States Derrick Brown
(Lokomotiv Kuban)
Greece Stratos Perperoglou
(Olympiacos)
Serbia Nenad Krstić
(CSKA)
Croatia Ante Tomić
(FC Barcelona)
Croatia Ante Tomić
(FC Barcelona)
Israel Alex Tyus
(Maccabi)
2014–15 season
Greece Vassilis Spanoulis
(Olympiacos)
Croatia Dario Šarić
(Efes)
United States Devin Smith
(Maccabi)
France Nando de Colo
(CSKA)
Spain Rudy Fernández
(Real Madrid)
Serbia Nemanja Bjelica
(Fenerbahçe)
Greece Georgios Printezis
(Olympiacos)
2015–16 season
United States Malcolm Delaney
(Lokomotiv Kuban)
Italy Nicolò Melli
(Brose Baskets)
Mexico Gustavo Ayón
(Real Madrid)
Czech Republic Jan Veselý
(Fenerbahçe)
France Nando de Colo
(CSKA)
Greece Ioannis Bourousis
(Baskonia)
United States Ekpe Udoh
(Fenerbahçe)
2016–17 season
Serbia Miloš Teodosić
(CSKA Moscow)
Spain Sergio Llull
(Real Madrid)
Italy Nicolo Melli
(Brose Bamberg)
Serbia Ognjen Kuzmić
(Crvena Zvezda)
France Thomas Heurtel[1]
(Efes)
United States Chris Singleton
(Panathinaikos)