SISKAUSKAS, RAMUNAS
Height: 1.98 Born: 10 September, 1978 Nationality: Lithuania
EuroLeague 2018-19 STATISTICS
EuroLeague 2018-19 individual rankings
This player is not ranked among the Top 25 in any category.
Career Notes
  • Grew up with BC Sakalai Vilnius (Lithuania) juniors.
  • Made his debut with BC Sakalai Vilnius during the 1996-97 season.
  • Played there till the 1998-99 championship.
  • Signed for the 1999-00 season by Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius.
  • Played there till the 2003-04 season.
  • Moved to Italy for the 2004-05 season, signed by Benetton Basket Treviso.
  • Played there also the 2005-06 championship.
  • Moved to Greece for the 2006-07 season, signed by Panathinaikos Athens.
  • Moved to Russia for the 2007-08 season, signed by CSKA Moscow.
  • He's still playing there.
Miscellaneous
  • Won the 2007 Euroleague with Panathinaikos Athens.
  • Won the 2008 Euroleague with CSKA Moscow.
  • Named the 2007-08 Euroleague MVP.
  • Named to the 2007-08 All-Euroleague First Team.
  • Named the 2006-07 and 2007-08 Euroleague April MVP.
  • Named to the 2006-07, 2008-09 and 2009-10 All-Euroleague Second Team.
  • Named the 2008-09 Euroleague Playoffs Game-3 MVP.
  • Named the 2009-10 Euroleague Week-10 and Top 16 Week-1 MVP.
  • Member of the Lithuanian National Team.
  • Won the bronze medal at the 2000 Olympic Games.
  • Won the gold medal at the 2003 European Championship.
  • Won the bronze medal at the 2007 European Championship.
  • Played at the 2001 and 2005 European Championship.
  • Played at the 2004 Olympic Games.
  • Named to the 2007 European Championship First Team.
  • Won the 1999-00 and 2001-02 Lithuanian National Championship with Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius.
  • Won the 2005-06 Italian National Championship with Benetton Basket Treviso.
  • Won the 2006-07 Greek National Championship with Panathinaikos Athens.
  • Won the 2007-08, 2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2010-11 Russian National Championship with CSKA Moscow.
  • Won the 2005 Italian National Cup with Benetton Treviso.
  • Won the 2007 Greek National Cup with Panathinaikos Athens.
  • Won the 2010 Russian National Cup with CSKA Moscow.
  • Won the 2002 NEBL with Lietuvos Rytas Vilnius.
  • Won the 2012 VTB League with CSKA Moscow.
  • Played the 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 Lithuanian All Star Game.
  • Played the 2005 Italian All Star Game.
  • Played the 2007 Greek All Star Game.
  • Played the 2011 Russian All Star Game.
  • Has been member of the Lithuanian U-22 National Team.
  • Named the 2000-01 Lithuanian League MVP.
  • Led the 2003-04 Lithuanian League in free throws percentage (90,6%).
  • Played at the 1998 European U-22 European Championship.
Euroleague
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG % 3FG % FT % Reb St As Bl
2004-05 Benetton Basket 17 213 12.5 55/87 63.2 18/63 28.6 49/70 70 40 24 26 2
2005-06 Benetton Basket 15 180 12 47/83 56.6 18/43 41.9 32/45 71.1 42 21 28 1
2006-07 Panathinaikos 20 219 10.9 36/71 50.7 33/70 47.1 48/68 70.6 50 21 23 5
2007-08 CSKA Moscow 24 336 14 61/107 57 42/95 44.2 88/104 84.6 77 27 33 9
2008-09 CSKA Moscow 18 218 12.1 43/82 52.4 23/66 34.8 63/73 86.3 54 14 31 6
2009-10 CSKA Moscow 21 282 13.4 49/87 56.3 44/80 55 52/68 76.5 85 25 64 6
2010-11 CSKA Moscow 7 49 7 11/22 50 8/23 34.8 3/6 50 28 9 6 1
2011-12 CSKA Moscow 21 158 7.5 33/66 50 24/61 39.3 20/29 69 47 12 22 1
Totals 143 1655 11.6 335/605 55.4 210/501 41.9 355/463 76.7 423 153 233 31
Averages 143 1655 11.6 335/605 55.4 210/501 41.9 355/463 76.7 3 1.1 1.6 0.2
Eurocup
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG % 3FG % FT % Reb St As Bl
2003-04 Lietuvos Rytas 14 205 14.6 43/69 62.3 24/69 34.8 47/57 82.5 32 14 31 1
Totals 14 205 14.6 43/69 62.3 24/69 34.8 47/57 82.5 32 14 31 1
Averages 14 205 14.6 43/69 62.3 24/69 34.8 47/57 82.5 2.3 1 2.2 0.1
Career Stats
Other Competition
Season Team G Pts Avg 2FG
M-A
% 3FG
M-A
% FT
M-A
% Reb St As Bl
1994/95  Baltija Kais. 17 280 16.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1995/96  Baltija Kais. 42 727 17.3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1996/97  Sakalai 35 332 9.5 98/162 60.5 33/87 37.9 37/52 71.2 89 27 29 18
1997/98  Sakalai 31 415 13.4 96/163 58.9 43/98 43.9 94/116 81 89 26 35 23
1998/99  Lietuvos R. 38 577 15.2 142/231 61.5 51/122 41.8 140/174 80.5 159 50 69 22
1999/00  Lietuvos R. 24 235 9.8 56/111 50.5 27/58 46.6 42/48 87.5 75 34 38 15
2000/01  Lietuvos R. 21 327 15.6 75/122 61.5 40/80 50 57/75 76 92 31 34
2001/02  Lietuvos R. 22 238 10.8 60/113 53.1 21/66 31.8 55/70 78.6 67 20 47
2002/03  Lietuvos R. 41 673 16.4 167/244 68.4 51/130 39.2 186/219 84.9 138 72 90 20
2003/04  Lietuvos R. 38 494 13 107/205 52.2 58/162 35.8 106/117 90.6 109 57 82 10
2004/05  Benetton 37 519 14 102/190 53.7 66/147 44.9 117/145 80.7 93 64 60 12
2005/06  Benetton 39 576 14.8 124/219 56.6 63/155 40.6 139/167 83.2 146 76 70 9
2006/07  Panathinaikos 33 308 9.3 48/102 47.1 41/102 40.2 89/110 80.9 80 26 42 8
2007/08  CSKA 24 269 11.2 55/89 61.8 32/66 48.5 63/77 81.8 49 7 45 16
2008/09  CSKA 25 218 8.7 62/95 65.3 23/66 34.8 63/73 86.3 53 14 31 6
2009/10  CSKA 23 304 13.2 58/98 59.2 42/95 44.2 62/74 83.8 71 27 41 4
2010/11  CSKA 25 278 11.1 55/93 59.1 30/67 44.8 78/91 85.7 77 28 51 4
SUPROLEAGUE
2000/01  Lietuvos R. 20 261 13.1 55/123 44.7 34/94 36.2 49/62 79 77 31 26