EuroLeague Basketball 2000–10 All-Decade Team

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The EuroLeague Basketball 2000–10 All-Decade Team consisted of 10 basketball players that were awarded and named to the EuroLeague's All-Decade Team, in recognition of the first 10 years of the league's competition, after coming under the control of the Euroleague Basketball Company competition,[1] between the years 2000 and 2010.[2] The EuroLeague is Europe's premier level men's professional club basketball league.

There were 50 players nominated for the All-Decade Team. Voting included votes from selected media members and fans.

EuroLeague 2000–10 All-Decade Team 50 nominees[edit]

  • The 50 nominees that were nominated for the All-Decade Team were:
  • (Players listed in bold were selected to the 10 man All-Decade Team)
EuroLeague 2000–10 All-Decade Team 50 Nominees
Player Primary Position
Greece Fragiskos Alvertis
SF
Australia/Denmark David Andersen
C
Italy Gianluca Basile
SG
United States Maceo Baston
PF
United States Mike Batiste
C
United States Tanoka Beard
C
Slovenia/Italy Sani Bečirovič
SG
United States Elmer Bennett
PG
United States Joseph Blair
C
Serbia Dejan Bodiroga
SF
United States Marcus Brown
SG
United States Louis Bullock
SG
Greece Dimitris Diamantidis
PG
United States Tyus Edney
PG
United States Alphonso Ford
SG
Greece Antonis Fotsis
PF
Slovenia/Italy Gregor Fučka
C
Spain Jorge Garbajosa
PF
Argentina/Italy Manu Ginóbili
SG
United States/Russia J. R. Holden
PG
Serbia/Greece Marko Jarić
PG
Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius
PG
Greece Michalis Kakiouzis
PF
Turkey İbrahim Kutluay
SG
Slovenia Jaka Lakovič
PG
United States Trajan Langdon
SG
Slovenia Erazem Lorbek
PF
Lithuania Arvydas Macijauskas
SG
Italy Denis Marconato
C
United States Terrell McIntyre
PG
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
SG
Argentina/Italy Andrés Nocioni
SF
Greece Theo Papaloukas
PG
United States Anthony Parker
SG
Montenegro/Serbia Nikola Peković
C
Argentina/Italy Pablo Prigioni
PG
Serbia Igor Rakočević
SG
France Antoine Rigaudeau
PG
Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis
C
Argentina Luis Scola
PF
United States/Israel Derrick Sharp
PG
Lithuania Ramūnas Šiškauskas
SF
Slovenia Matjaž Smodiš
PF
Greece Vassilis Spanoulis
SG
Brazil Tiago Splitter
C
Serbia Dejan Tomašević
C
Serbia/Turkey Mirsad Türkcan
PF
United States David Vanterpool
SG
Serbia Miloš Vujanić
PG
Croatia Nikola Vujčić
C

The fan's All-Decade Team vote[edit]

  • Worldwide, fans cast more than 125,000 ballots, as well as about 1.25 million online votes.[3] The results of the fan voting were as follows:[4]
  • (Players listed in bold were selected to the 10 man All-Decade Team)
EuroLeague 2000–10 All-Decade Team Fan Vote
Player Number of Fan Votes
Serbia Dejan Bodiroga
72,130 votes
Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius
70,317 votes
Lithuania Ramūnas Šiškauskas
56,687 votes
Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis
47,235 votes
Serbia Dejan Tomašević
46,373 votes
Montenegro/Serbia Nikola Peković
43,777 votes
Serbia Miloš Vujanić
40,295 votes
Lithuania Arvydas Macijauskas
39,778 votes
United States Marcus Brown
39,702 votes
Greece Dimitris Diamantidis
39,299 votes

The EuroLeague 2000–10 All Decade Team[edit]

  • The All-Decade Team was decided upon by worldwide fan voting, which included more than 125,000 ballots, as well as about 1.25 million online votes, plus 35 media members. Fan voting accounted for 25% of the vote, while media voting accounted for 75% of the vote. The official EuroLeague 2000–10 All-Decade Team, as voted on by both the fans and the media was:[5]
EuroLeague 2000–10 All-Decade Team
Player Primary Position
Serbia Dejan Bodiroga
SF
Greece Dimitris Diamantidis
PG
United States/Russia J. R. Holden
PG
Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius
PG
United States Trajan Langdon
SG
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro
SG
Greece Theo Papaloukas
PG
United States Anthony Parker
SG
Lithuania Ramūnas Šiškauskas
SF
Croatia Nikola Vujčić
C

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ EuroLeague looks back to the future during 20th season.
  2. ^ Parade of EuroLeague All-Decade nominees starts Monday.
  3. ^ Euroleague.net – Fans, media chose decade's best!
  4. ^ "– Euroleague All-Decade Fan Voting". Archived from the original on 2012-04-29. Retrieved 2010-03-12.
  5. ^ Euroleague.net – Fans, media chose decade's best!

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