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Club Executive of the Year: Marco Baldi, Alba Berlin
Alexander Gomelskiy Coach of the Year: Dusko Vujosevic
The Euroleague is proud to announce that Partizan Belgrade head coach Dusko Vujosevic is the Alexander Gomelskiy Coach of the Year Trophy winner for the 2008-09 season. The...
Partizan's Velickovic takes Rising Star Trophy
A fun-to-watch forward who brought his team close to the Final Four for a second consecutive year, Novica Velickovic of Partizan Belgrade, has been rewarded with the 2009...
Diamantidis of Panathinaikos, Best Defender yet again
Thanks to his rare ability to lead when opposing teams have the ball, Panathinaikos guard Dimitris Diamantidis has been voted winner of the Best Defender Trophy by Euroleague...
Rakocevic is Ford Trophy winner again
The Alphonso Ford Top Scorer Trophy, awarded annually to the Euroleague player with the most points averaged over a minimum number of games not including the Final Four, has...
March/April MVP: Erazem Lorbek, CSKA Moscow
A former Euroleague Rising Star Trophy winner, all grown up now at age 25, has done the seemingly impossible during March and April - made defending champion CSKA Moscow look...
Playoffs Game 5 MVP: Ersan Ilyasova, Regal FC Barcelona
A player who started the season as the first monthly MVP has ended it in the best way possible, earning Quarterfinal Playoffs, Game 5 MVP honors to send his team to the Final...
Quarterfinal Playoffs Game 4 MVP: Terrell McIntyre, Montepaschi Siena
His team may not have reached the Final Four, but one of the Euroleague's newest superstars went out of the playoffs with a bang in Game 4 on Thursday. Point guard Terrell...
Playoffs Game 3 co-MVPs: Ramunas Siskauskas, Matjaz Smodis of CSKA
Defending champion CSKA Moscow became the first team to make it to the 2009 Final Four. A pair of CSKA's signature superstars, Ramunas Siskauskas and Matjaz Smodis, rose to...
Playoffs, Game 2 MVP: Erazem Lorbek, CSKA Moscow
For its second playoff home win in as many games, CSKA Moscow relied not on one of its several signature superstars on Thursday, but rather on a newcomer to its lineup this...
Playoffs, Game 1 MVP: Romain Sato, Montepaschi Siena
Although his team couldn't win the first battle, Romain Sato of Montepaschi Siena showed the way to possible victory in the war of the Quarterfinal Playoffs with an individual...
Top 16 Week 6 MVP: Mike Batiste, Panathinaikos
Panathinaikos not only became its Top 16 group champion but one of his signature players earned weekly MVP honors, too. Mike Batiste led Panathinaikos to a 103-95 overtime...