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Greek Basket League statistical leaders are the season by season stats leaders and all-time stats leaders of the top-tier Greek Basket League, since the league first formed its A National Category, starting with the 1963–64 season. The all-time stats leaders are divided into separate categories, based on total stats counted since the A National Category of the league was first formed, beginning with the 1963–64 season, total stats counted since the A1 National Category was first formed, beginning with the 1986–87 season, and total stats counted since the 1992–93 season, when the league first became recognized by FIBA as a fully and entirely 100% professional basketball league.

The season by season stats leaders in each statistical category are listed by the number of total accumulated stats in a given season, rather than by per game average, and include both the regular season and playoffs, as that is how the league counts its season by season stats leaders.

Performance Index Rating leaders (since the 1993–94 season)[edit]

  • The Greek Basket League counts official stats leaders by stats totals, and not by per game averages. It also counts the total stats for both regular season and playoffs combined. The league first held a playoffs round in the 1986–87 season.

This list includes all of the leaders in Performance Index Rating (PIR) of each season of the Greek Basket League, starting with the 1993–94 season.

Source: widgets.baskethotel.com/site/esake

Key
Player (X) Name of the player and the number of times they had led the league in PIR at that point (if more than one).
dagger Indicates multiple PIR leaders in the same season.
Season Regular Season PIR Leader
(Regular Season Only)
Team Full Season PIR Leader
(Regular Season & Playoffs)
Team
1993–94† United States Henry Turner Panionios United States Roy Tarpley Olympiacos
1994–95 United States Walter Berry Iraklis United States Walter Berry Iraklis
1995–96† United States Mitchell Wiggins Sporting Croatia Stojko Vranković Panathinaikos
1996–97† Cuba Andrés Guibert Sporting United States Anthony Bonner PAOK
1997–98 Croatia Dino Radja Panathinaikos Croatia Dino Radja Panathinaikos
1998–99† United States Erik Meek Maroussi Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga Panathinaikos
1999–00 United States James Forrest Irakleio Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga (2) Panathinaikos
2000–01 Croatia Dino Radja (2) Olympiacos Croatia Dino Radja Olympiacos
2001–02 United States Buck Johnson Dafni United States Alphonso Ford Olympiacos
2002–03 United States Ben Handlogten Makedonikos United States Kenyon Jones Maroussi
2003–04 Greece Nestoras Kommatos Aris Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Iraklis
2004–05 United States Tyrone Grant Olympia Larissa United States Travis Watson Panionios
2005–06 Greece Loukas Mavrokefalidis PAOK Republic of Macedonia Ryan Stack Aris
2006–07 United States Andre Hutson Panionios United States Andre Hutson Panionios
2007–08 Republic of Macedonia Jeremiah Massey Aris Republic of Macedonia Jeremiah Massey Aris
2008–09 United States Anthony Grundy Panellinios Greece Ioannis Bourousis Olympiacos
2009–10 United States Josh Childress Olympiacos Greece Ian Vougioukas Panellinios
  • Since the 2010–11 season, the Greek Basket League's PIR leader is considered to be an unofficial statistical MVP award, that is based solely on this statistic. This is not to be confused with the official Greek Basket League MVP award, which is an award that is based on a voting process, and that is awarded at the end of each season's playoffs.
Season Regular Season PIR Leader
(Regular Season Only)
Team Full Season PIR Leader
(Regular Season & Playoffs)
Team
2010–11 Bulgaria Cedric Simmons Kavala Greece Ioannis Bourousis (2) Olympiacos
2011–12 United States Dionte Christmas Rethymno Aegean Greece Georgios Printezis Olympiacos
2012–13 United States Kevin Palmer KOAD United States Brent Petway Rethymno Aegean
2013–14 United States Chris Evans Trikala Aries Bosnia and Herzegovina D. J. Cooper PAOK
2014–15 Greece Alexander Vezenkov Aris Greece Alexander Vezenkov Aris
2015–16 United States Okaro White Aris United States Okaro White Aris

Top Scorers (since the 1963–64 season)[edit]

  • The Greek Basket League counts official stats leaders by stats totals, and not by per game averages. It also counts the total stats for both regular season and playoffs combined. The league first held a playoffs round in the 1986–87 season.

This list includes all of the top scorers of each season of the Greek Basket League, since the league first formed the A National Category, starting with the 1963–64 season.

Source: widgets.baskethotel.com/site/esake

Key
Player (X) Name of the player and the number of times they had led the league in scoring at that point (if more than one).
dagger Indicates multiple Top Scorers in the same season.
Season Regular Season Top Scorer
(Regular Season Only)
Team Full Season Top Scorer
(Regular Season & Playoffs)
Team
Between the 1963–64 and 1985–86 seasons, the league only had a regular season, so the regular season and full season leaders were the same.
1963–64 Greece Giorgos Kolokithas Sporting Greece Giorgos Kolokithas Sporting
1964–65 Greece Giorgos Amerikanos AEK Greece Giorgos Amerikanos AEK
1965–66 Greece Giorgos Kolokithas (2) Panathinaikos Greece Giorgos Kolokithas Panathinaikos
1966–67 Greece Giorgos Kolokithas (3) Panathinaikos Greece Giorgos Kolokithas Panathinaikos
1967–68 Greece Giorgos Amerikanos (2) AEK Greece Giorgos Amerikanos AEK
1968–69 Greece Takis Maglos Pagrati Greece Takis Maglos Pagrati
1969–70 Greece Vassilis Goumas Panellinios Greece Vassilis Goumas Panellinios
1970–71 Greece Paraschos Tsantalis Panellinios Greece Paraschos Tsantalis Panellinios
1971–72 Greece Aristeidis Moumoglou Iraklis Greece Aristeidis Moumoglou Iraklis
1972–73 Greece Kostas Diamantopoulos Sporting Greece Kostas Diamantopoulos Sporting
1973–74 Greece Vassilis Goumas (2) Panellinios Greece Vassilis Goumas Panellinios
1974–75 Greece Vassilis Goumas (3) Panellinios Greece Vassilis Goumas Panellinios
1975–76 Greece Charis Papageorgiou Aris Greece Charis Papageorgiou Aris
1976–77 Greece Vassilis Goumas (4) Panellinios Greece Vassilis Goumas Panellinios
1977–78 Greece Pavlos Stamelos Sporting Greece Pavlos Stamelos Sporting
1978–79 Greece Charis Papageorgiou (2) Aris Greece Charis Papageorgiou Aris
1979–80 Greece Panagiotis Giannakis Ionikos Nikaias Greece Panagiotis Giannakis Ionikos Nikaias
1980–81 Greece Nikos Galis Aris Greece Nikos Galis Aris
1981–82 Greece Nikos Galis (2) Aris Greece Nikos Galis Aris
1982–83 Greece Nikos Galis (3) Aris Greece Nikos Galis Aris
1983–84 Greece Nikos Galis (4) Aris Greece Nikos Galis Aris
1984–85 Greece Nikos Galis (5) Aris Greece Nikos Galis Aris
1985–86 Greece Nikos Galis (6) Aris Greece Nikos Galis Aris
Since the 1986–87 season, the league has both a regular season and playoffs, so the regular season and full season leaders can be different.
1986–87 Greece Nikos Galis (7) Aris
1987–88 Greece Nikos Galis (8) Aris
1988–89 Greece Nikos Galis (9) Aris
1989–90 Greece Nikos Galis (10) Aris
1990–91 Greece Nikos Galis (11) Aris
1991–92 Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Žarko Paspalj Olympiacos
1992–93 United States Richard Rellford Dafni
1993–94† United States Mitchell Wiggins Milon United States Henry Turner Panionios
1994–95 United States Walter Berry Iraklis United States Walter Berry Iraklis
1995–96 United States Mitchell Wiggins (2) Sporting United States Mitchell Wiggins Sporting
1996–97 United States Alphonso Ford Papagou United States Alphonso Ford Papagou
1997–98 United States Tony Dawson Apollon Patras United States Tony Dawson Apollon Patras
1998–99† United States Alphonso Ford (2) Sporting Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga Panathinaikos
1999–00 United States Alphonso Ford (3) Peristeri United States Alphonso Ford Peristeri
2000–01 United States Alphonso Ford (4) Peristeri United States Alphonso Ford Peristeri
2001–02 Greece Nikos Chatzivrettas Iraklis Greece Nikos Chatzivrettas Iraklis
2002–03 Greece Giorgos Diamantopoulos Panionios Greece Giorgos Diamantopoulos Panionios
2003–04 Greece Nestoras Kommatos Aris Greece Savvas Iliadis Iraklis
2004–05 Greece Nikos Oikonomou Panionios Greece Nikos Oikonomou Panionios
2005–06 Croatia Damir Mulaomerović Panellinios Bulgaria Roderick Blakney Maroussi
2006–07 Bulgaria Kee Kee Clark Egaleo United States Kennedy Winston Panionios
2007–08 United States Anthony Grundy Panellinios United States Anthony Grundy Panellinios
2008–09 United States Anthony Grundy (2) Panellinios Bulgaria Kee Kee Clark (2) Aris
2009–10 United States Josh Childress Olympiacos United States Josh Childress Olympiacos
2010–11 Guyana Rawle Marshall PAOK Guyana Rawle Marshall PAOK
2011–12 United States Dionte Christmas Rethymno United States Dionte Christmas Rethymno
2012–13 Greece Nikos Pappas Panionios Greece Nikos Pappas Panionios
2013–14 United States Errick McCollum Panionios United States Errick McCollum Panionios
2014–15 Bulgaria Alexander Vezenkov Aris Bulgaria Alexander Vezenkov Aris
2015–16 Greece Loukas Mavrokefalidis AEK Athens United States Jerel McNeal Aris

Rebounding leaders (since the 1986–87 season)[edit]

  • The Greek Basket League counts official stats leaders by stats totals, and not by per game averages. It also counts the total stats for both regular season and playoffs combined. The league first held a playoffs round in the 1986–87 season.

This list includes all of the top rebounders of each season of the Greek Basket League, since the league first formed the A1 National Category, starting with the 1986–87 season.

Source: widgets.baskethotel.com/site/esake

Key
Player (X) Name of the player and the number of times they had led the league in rebounding at that point (if more than one).
dagger Indicates multiple Top Rebounders in the same season.
Season Regular Season Top Rebounder
(Regular Season Only)
Team Full Season Top Rebounder
(Regular Season & Playoffs)
Team
1986–87 Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas PAOK
1987–88 Greece David Stergakos Panathinaikos
1988–89 United States Mark Landsberger Panionios
1989–90 United States Earl Harrison Pagrati
1990–91 United States Earl Harrison (2) Pagrati
1991–92 United States Antonio Davis Panathinaikos
1992–93 United States Roy Tarpley Aris
1993–94† United States Rod Sellers Apollon Patras Croatia Stojko Vranković Panathinaikos
1994–95 United States Walter Berry Iraklis United States Walter Berry Iraklis
1995–96† Puerto Rico José Ortiz Irakleio Croatia Stojko Vranković (2) Panathinaikos
1996–97† Egypt Samir Gouda VAO United States Anthony Bonner PAOK
1997–98 Croatia Dino Radja Panathinaikos Croatia Dino Radja Panathinaikos
1998–99† United States Erik Meek Maroussi Croatia Dino Radja (2) Panathinaikos
1999–00 Cuba Andrés Guibert Near East United States James Forrest Irakleio
2000–01 Croatia Dino Radja (3) Olympiacos Croatia Dino Radja Olympiacos
2001–02 United States Kirk King Near East Republic of Ireland Pat Burke Maroussi
2002–03 United States Ben Handlogten Makedonikos United States Ben Handlogten Makedonikos
2003–04 United States Travis Watson Panionios Greece Lazaros Papadopoulos Iraklis
2004–05 United States Travis Watson (2) Panionios United States Travis Watson Panionios
2005–06 Republic of Macedonia Jeremiah Massey Gymnastikos S. Larissas Greece Loukas Mavrokefalidis PAOK
2006–07 United States Andre Hutson Panionios United States Andre Hutson Panionios
2007–08 United States K'zell Wesson AEK Greece Ioannis Bourousis Olympiacos
2008–09 United States Torin Francis AEL 1964 United States Spencer Nelson Aris
2009–10 United States Chris Massie Olympia Larissa Greece Ian Vougioukas Panellinios
2010–11 Bulgaria Cedric Simmons Kavala Bulgaria Cedric Simmons Kavala
2011–12 Australia Aron Baynes Ikaros Australia Aron Baynes Ikaros
2012–13 United States Kevin Palmer KAOD Greece Lazaros Papadopoulos (2) &
Greece Vlantimir Giankovits
PAOK &
Panionios
2013–14 United States Kenny Gabriel Rethymno United States Kenny Gabriel Rethymno
2014–15 Senegal Mouhammad Faye Rethymno Greece Alexander Vezenkov Aris
2015–16 United States Dustin Hogue Nea Kifissia United States Okaro White Aris

Assists leaders (since the 1986–87 season)[edit]

  • The Greek Basket League counts official stats leaders by stats totals, and not by per game averages. It also counts the total stats for both regular season and playoffs combined. The league first held a playoffs round in the 1986–87 season.

This list includes all of the assists leaders of each season of the Greek Basket League, since the league first formed the A1 National Category, starting with the 1986–87 season.

Source: widgets.baskethotel.com/site/esake

Key
Player (X) Name of the player and the number of times they had led the league in rebounding at that point (if more than one).
dagger Indicates multiple Top Assisters in the same season.
Season Regular Season Top Assister
(Regular Season Only)
Team Full Season Top Assister
(Regular Season & Playoffs)
Team
1986–87
1987–88
1988–89 Greece Panagiotis Giannakis Aris
1989–90 Greece John Korfas PAOK
1990–91 Greece Nikos Galis Aris
1991–92 Greece Nikos Galis (2) Aris
1992–93 Greece Nikos Galis (3) Panathinaikos
1993–94† Greece Stavros Elliniadis Pagrati Greece Nikos Galis (4) Panathinaikos
1994–95 Greece Lefteris Kakiousis Iraklis Greece Lefteris Kakiousis Iraklis
1995–96 United States Byron Dinkins Panionios United States Byron Dinkins Panionios
1996–97 Greece Nikos Vetoulas Apollon Patras Greece Nikos Vetoulas Apollon Patras
1997–98 Greece Nikos Vetoulas (2) Apollon Patras Greece Nikos Vetoulas Apollon Patras
1998–99 United States Frankie King PAOK United States Frankie King PAOK
1999–00 United States Byron Dinkins (2) Iraklis Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga Panathinaikos
2000–01 Greece Theo Papaloukas Panionios Greece Theo Papaloukas Panionios
2001–02 Bulgaria Roderick Blakney Iraklis Greece Theo Papaloukas (2) Olympiacos
2002–03 Greece Nikos Vetoulas (3) Ionikos NF Greece Nikos Vetoulas Ionikos NF
2003–04 Croatia Damir Mulaomerović PAOK Croatia Damir Mulaomerović PAOK
2004–05 Croatia Damir Mulaomerović (2) PAOK Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Maroussi
2005–06 Croatia Damir Mulaomerović (3) Panellinios Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos
2006-07 Greece Dimitris Diamantidis (2) Panathinaikos Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos
2007–08 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis (2) Panathinaikos Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Panathinaikos
2008–09 Greece Theo Papaloukas (3) Olympiacos Greece Theo Papaloukas Olympiacos
2009–10 United States Jamon Gordon Maroussi Greece Dimitris Diamantidis (3) &
United States Jamon Gordon
Panathinaikos &
Maroussi
2010–11 United States Jared Jordan Kolossos Greece Dimitris Diamantidis (4) Panathinaikos
2011–12 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis (3) Olympiacos Greece Vassilis Xanthopoulos Panionios
2012–13 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis (4) Olympiacos Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Olympiacos
2013–14 Bosnia and Herzegovina D. J. Cooper PAOK Bosnia and Herzegovina D. J. Cooper PAOK
2014–15 Greece Vassilis Spanoulis (5) Olympiacos Dimitris Diamantidis (5) Panathinaikos
2015–16 Greece Nick Calathes Panathinaikos Greece Nick Calathes Panathinaikos

A1 National Category all-time cumulative stats leaders (since the 1986–87 season)[edit]

[1][2][3]

  • This counts only the stats since the two divisions were formed, starting with the 1986–87 season.
  • Counting only games played in the A1 Division, and not counting any games played in the A2 Division or the Greek Cup:
  • 1986–87 to 1991–92: A1 National Category
  • 1992–93 to 2009–10: HEBA A1
  • 2010–11 to present: Greek Basket League
  • *Currently Active Players in the A1 Division
  • Last update: June 4, 2016

Games Played[edit]

Rank Player Games Played
1. Greece Nikos Boudouris 574
2. Greece Nikos Chatzis 554
3. Greece Fragiskos Alvertis 534
4. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 525
5. Greece Giorgos Kalaitzis 492
6. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 483
7. Greece Dimitris Papanikolaou 466
8. Greece Kostas Tsartsaris 462
9. Greece Angelos Koronios 448
10. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 427

Points Scored[edit]

Rank Player Points Scored
1. Greece Angelos Koronios 7,080
2. Greece Nikos Galis 6,549
3. Greece Nikos Chatzis 5,200
4. Greece Bane Prelevits 5,004
5. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 4,823
6. Greece Panagiotis Liadelis 4,806
7. Greece Fragiskos Alvertis 4,698
8. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 4,549
9. Greece John Korfas 4,534
10. Serbia Žarko Paspalj 4,104

Total Rebounds[edit]

Rank Player Total Rebounds
1. Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas 3,097
2. Greece Kostas Tsartsaris 2,173
3. Croatia Stojko Vranković 2,138
4. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 1,948
5. Greece Fanis Christodoulou 1,890
6. Greece Giorgos Karagoutis 1,877
7. United States Walter Berry 1,765
8. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 1,719
9. Greece Lazaros Papadopoulos 1,695
10. Greece Dragan Konstantinidis 1,665

Assists[edit]

Rank Player Assists
1. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 2,141
2. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 1,793
3. Greece Angelos Koronios 1,264
4. Greece Nikos Vetoulas 1,093
5. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 1,060
6. Greece John Korfas 1,059
7. Greece Nikos Boudouris 0 979
8. Greece Vassilis Xanthopoulos* 0 933
9. Greece Nikos Chatzis 0 928
10. Greece Ioannis Gagaloudis 0 910

Steals[edit]

Rank Player Steals
1. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 785
2. Greece Angelos Koronios 583
3. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 547
4. Greece Nikos Boudouris 514
5. Greece Manos Papamakarios 493
6. Greece Nikos Vetoulas 470
7. Greece Michalis Pelekanos* 420
8. Greece Nikos Chatzis 415
9. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 394
10. Greece Fanis Christodoulou 394

Blocks[edit]

Rank Player Blocks
1. Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas 929
2. Croatia Stojko Vranković 610
3. Greece Dragan Konstantinidis 256
4. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 228
5. United States Walter Berry 227
6. Greece Kostas Tsartsaris 224
7. Greece Anatoly Zourpenko 208
8. Greece Ioannis Bourousis 200
9. United States Tony Costner 193
10. Greece Giannis Papagiannis 192

3 pointers made[edit]

Rank Player 3 Pointers Made
1. Greece Angelos Koronios 828
2. Greece John Korfas 686
3. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 624
4. Greece Nikos Chatzis 616
4. Greece Fragiskos Alvertis 616
6. Greece Bane Prelevits 592
7. Greece Makis Nikolaidis 588
8. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 553
9. Greece Fanis Christodoulou 519
10. Greece Milan Tomits 501

HEBA professional era all-time cumulative stats leaders (since the 1992–93 season)[edit]

[4][5][6]

The following are the all-time stats leaders of the Greek Basket League, since it became fully professional, starting with the 1992–93 season.

  • This counts only the stats since HEBA took over the competition, starting with the 1992–93 season.
  • Counting only games played in the A1 Division, and not counting any games played in the A2 Division or the Greek Cup:
  • 1992–93 to 2009–10: HEBA A1
  • 2010–11 to present: Greek Basket League
  • *Currently Active Players in the A1 Division
  • Last update: June 4, 2016

Games Played[edit]

[7]

Rank Player Games Played
1. Greece Nikos Chatzis 554
2. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 525
3. Greece Nikos Boudouris 510
4. Greece Giorgos Kalaitzis 490
5. Greece Fragiskos Alvertis 489
6. Greece Dimitris Papanikolaou 466
7. Greece Kostas Tsartsaris 462
8. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 427
9. Greece Manos Papamakarios 426
10. Greece Michalis Pelekanos* 408
11. Greece Nikos Chatzivrettas 399
12. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 396
13. Greece Milan Tomits 385
14. Greece Antonis Asimakopoulos 380
15. Greece Angelos Koronios 359
16. Greece Nikos Papanikolopoulos 355
17. Greece Kostas Charalampidis 351
18. Greece Nikos Oikonomou 343
19. Greece Sotiris Nikolaidis 339
20. Greece Nikos Argyropoulos 336

Points Scored[edit]

Rank Player Points Scored
1. Greece Nikos Chatzis 5,200
2. Greece Angelos Koronios 5,180
3. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 4,823
4. Greece Panagiotis Liadelis 4,806
5. Greece Fragiskos Alvertis 4,574
6. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 4,549
7. Greece Nikos Chatzivrettas 4,044
8. Greece Kostas Charalampidis 3,950
9. Greece Giorgos Diamantopoulos 3,946
10. Greece Dimitris Papanikolaou 3,648
11. Greece Kostas Tsartsaris 3,608
12. Greece Nikos Oikonomou 3,509
13. United States Walter Berry 3,476
14. Greece Makis Nikolaidis 3,426
15. United States Alphonso Ford 3,378
16. Greece Nestoras Kommatos 3,298
17. Greece Manos Papamakarios 3,220
18. United States Mitchell Wiggins 3,172
19. Greece Dimos Dikoudis 3,140
20. Greece Michalis Pelekanos* 3,113
21. Greece Giannis Kalampokis* 3,075
22. Greece Bane Prelevits 3,042
23. Bulgaria Roderick Blakney 3,037

Total Rebounds[edit]

Rank Player Total Rebounds
1. Greece Kostas Tsartsaris 2,173
2. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 1,948
3. Greece Giorgos Karagoutis 1,877
4. Croatia Stojko Vranković 1,851
5. United States Walter Berry 1,722
6. Greece Lazaros Papadopoulos 1,695
7. Greece Dragan Konstantinidis 1,665
8. Greece Ioannis Bourousis 1,639
9. United States Tony Costner 1,626
10. Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas 1,601
11. Greece Dimitris Papanikolaou 1,540
12. Greece Yannis Giannoulis 1,529
13. United States Mike Batiste 1,501
14. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 1,438
15. United States Erik Meek 1,430
16. Greece Antonis Fotsis* 1,429
17. Greece Nestoras Kommatos 1,426
18. Greece Michalis Kakiouzis 1,424
19. Greece Dimos Dikoudis 1,395
20. Greece Antonis Asimakopoulos 1,311
21. Greece Michalis Pelekanos* 1,310

Assists[edit]

Rank Player Assists
1. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 2,141
2. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 1,793
3. Greece Nikos Vetoulas 1,093
4. Greece Angelos Koronios 975
5. Greece Vassilis Xanthopoulos* 933
6. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 933
7. Greece Nikos Boudouris 933
8. Greece Nikos Chatzis 928
9. Greece Ioannis Gagaloudis 910
10. Greece Kostas Charalampidis 858
11. Greece Manos Papamakarios 824
12. Greece Milan Tomits 802
13. Bulgaria Roderick Blakney 768
14. Greece Giorgos Kalaitzis 767
15. Greece Theo Papaloukas 753
16. United States Byron Dinkins 693
17. Greece Christos Charissis 680
18. Greece Giannis Sioutis 679
19. Greece Giorgos Limniatis 668
20. Greece Lefteris Kakiousis 661

Steals[edit]

Rank Player Steals
1. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 785
2. Greece Manos Papamakarios 493
3. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 472
4. Greece Nikos Vetoulas 470
5. Greece Nikos Boudouris 453
6. Greece Michalis Pelekanos* 420
7. Greece Nikos Chatzis 415
8. Greece Angelos Koronios 414
9. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 394
10. Greece Vassilis Xanthopoulos* 386
11. Greece Giorgos Kalaitzis 368
12. Greece Stratos Perperoglou 340
13. Bulgaria Roderick Blakney 331
14. Greece Giorgos Diamantopoulos 310
15. Greece Kostas Tsartsaris 299
16. Greece Panagiotis Liadelis 298
17. Greece Christos Charissis 290
18. Greece Milan Tomits 287
19. Greece Kostas Charalampidis 283
20. Greece Theo Papaloukas 277

Blocks[edit]

Rank Player Blocks
1. Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas 465
2. Croatia Stojko Vranković 456
3. Greece Dragan Konstantinidis 256
4. United States Walter Berry 231
5. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 228
6. Greece Kostas Tsartsaris 224
7. Greece Anatoly Zourpenko 208
8. Greece Ioannis Bourousis 200
9. United States Tony Costner 193
10. Greece Michalis Pelekanos* 184
11. Greece Yannis Giannoulis 184
12. Greece Giorgos Karagoutis 183
13. Greece Antonis Fotsis* 175
14. Greece Lazaros Papadopoulos 169
15. Republic of Macedonia Ryan Stack 164
16. Egypt Samir Gouda 164
17. Greece Dimitris Papanikolaou 151
18. Greece Panagiotis Vasilopoulos* 150
19. Greece Jake Tsakalidis 147
20. Croatia Dino Radja 143

3 pointers made[edit]

Rank Player 3 Pointers Made
1. Greece Angelos Koronios 636
2. Greece Dimitris Diamantidis 624
3. Greece Nikos Chatzis 616
4. Greece Fragiskos Alvertis 590
5. Greece Makis Nikolaidis 588
6. Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* 553
7. Greece Milan Tomits 501
8. Greece Manos Papamakarios 498
9. Greece Nikos Boudouris 454
10. Greece Kostas Charalampidis 447
11. Greece Nestoras Kommatos 428
12. Greece Nikos Chatzivrettas 397
13. Greece Kostas Vasileiadis* 383
14. Greece Dimitris Podaras 381
15. Greece Giorgos Sigalas 375
16. Greece Bane Prelevits 371
17. Greece Nikos Papanikolopoulos 367
18. Greece Georgios Dedas* 343
19. Greece Nikos Vetoulas 334
20. Bulgaria Roderick Blakney 332
21. Greece Michalis Pelekanos* 328

International players with the most games played (since the 1986–87 season)[edit]

A1 National Category all-time cumulative stats leaders.

  • Some players also have dual nationality, which is noted in those cases.
Rank Player Games Played
1. United States Mike Batiste 303
2. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/Greece Bane Prelevits 288
3. United States/Bulgaria Roderick Blakney 239
4. Germany Michael Koch 207
5. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/Greece Vladimir Petrović-Stergiou 189
5. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Žarko Paspalj 189
7. Italy Claudio Coldebella 187
8. United States Walter Berry 174
8. Germany Stephen Arigbabu 174
10. United States Mitchell Wiggins 173
11. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Stojko Vranković 163

Top scoring international players (since the 1986–87 season)[edit]

A1 National Category all-time cumulative stats leaders.

  • Some players also have dual nationality, which is noted in those cases.
Rank Player Points Scored
1. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia/Greece Bane Prelevits 5,004
2. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Žarko Paspalj 4,104
3. United States Walter Berry 3,579
4. United States David Ancrum 3,501
5. United States Alphonso Ford 3,378
6. United States Mitchell Wiggins 3,172
7. United States/Bulgaria Roderick Blakney 3,037
8. United States Mike Batiste 2,970
9. United States Melvin Cheatum 2,960
10. United States Buck Johnson 2,752
11. United States Byron Dinkins 2,702

Best Tendex performances[edit]

Rank Player Best Tendex Performances
1. Greece Dimitris Mavroeidis* 1.991
(May 29, 2010)
2. United States Roy Tarpley 1.941
(October 21, 1992)
3. Ukraine Alexander Volkov 1.921
(November 19, 1994)
4. Germany Misan Nikagbatse 1.903
(November 2, 2002)

Most points scored in one game[edit]

Rank Player Team Points Scored Date
1. Greece Aristeidis Moumoglou Iraklis 145 July 13, 1972
2. Greece Paraschos Tsantalis Panellinios 73 March 28, 1971
2. Greece Panagiotis Giannakis Ionikos Nikaias 73 January 24, 1981
4. Greece Nikos Galis Aris 62 January 24, 1981

Head coaches with the most games coached in the A1 National Category (since the 1986–87 season)[edit]

  • As of January 19, 2015:
  • *Denotes active head coaches in the A1 Division:
Rank Head Coach Games Coached Teams
1. Greece Soulis Markopoulos* 618 7
(Dimokritos, Iraklis, PAOK, Aris, Makedonikos, AEK, Maroussi)
2. Greece Vangelis Alexandris 523 12
(Gymnastikos S. Larissas, PAOK, Apollon Patras, Iraklis, Irakleio, Maroussi, Aris, Olympia Larissa, ΑΕΚ, Kolossos, Kavala, Panionios)
3. Greece Yiannis Ioannidis 489 4
(Aris, Gymnastikos S. Larissas, Olympiacos, AEK)
4. Serbia Željko Obradović 447 1
(Panathinaikos)
5. Serbia Dušan Ivković 439 5
(Aris, PAOK, Panionios, Olympiacos, ΑΕΚ)
6. Greece Argiris Pedoulakis* 404 7
(Peristeri, Makedonikos, Panellinios, Rethymno Aegean, PAOK, AEK Athens, Panathinaikos)

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