Two Argentians Facundo Campazzo and Andres Nocioni had different roles in the Championship Game, but proudly celebrated with the Euroleague trophy together.
In two games, forward K.C. Rivers hit six triples, tied for the most at the Final Four in Madrid. His 5 of 6 three-point shooting in the semifinals against Fenerbahce Ulker ties the best three-point shooting percentage performance in a Final Four game for a player who hit more than 3 triples.
Three-time All-Euroleague swingman Rudy Fernandez has started in each of the 25 games he played this season. He joined a select company of 14 players to have won both Eurocup and Euroleague crowns, adding to his collection of gold medals from EuroBasket, World Cup, and an Olympic silver.
Coming off the bench, Andres Nocioni was tied for the most points on the team, and was also Madrid's top rebounder and a blocker at the Final Four, as well as a player with the highest index rating on the finalists. His timely plays led Madrid to the title, and helped him became the oldest Final Four MVP this century (and third oldest in the Final Four era).
Facundo Campazzo did not see minutes at the Final Four, but he is the youngest player on Madrid's roster by three-and-a-half years.
In the Championship Game, Jonas Maciulis ignited Madrid's offense by scoring all of his 9 points in the second quarter, helping his team take control of the game on the way to victory.
All-Euroleague First Team selection in his 11th season with Real Madrid, a 35-year old Felipe Reyes became the first player to win both Euroleague and Eurocup crowns with the sam team.
Sergio Rodriguez, former Euroleague MVP, was tied with three other teammates as Madrid's top scorer with 24 points over two games at the Final Four, and dished second-best 11 assists.
In his debut Euroleague season, Gustavo Ayon has become the first Mexican player this century to lift the Euroleague crown. He also became only seventh player on a winning team this decade in a Final Four game to register performance index rating of at least 30.
Jaycee Carroll shot 4 of 5 from downtown and was Madrid's top scorer in the Championship Game with 16 points, 11 of which came in the third quarter to put Madrid up for good, earning him a right to kiss the coveted trophy.
Sergio Llull scored 12 points in each of the games at the Final Four in Madrid, and led all players with 13 assists.
In his fourth Final Four appearance veteran big man Ioannis Bourousis finally lifted the Euroleague trophy.
Marcus Slaughter is all smiles after finally holding a trophy, being one of six players who has been with Madrid for each of the Championship Game runs in the last three seasons.
Salah Mejri did not play at the Final Four, but contributed in the paint during the season.
Pablo Laso is the second Spanish coach since 1980 to lead a team to the Euroleague title. In his first three seasons as Madrid head coach, he has taken the team to three consecutive Championship Game appearences.
For assistant coach Zan Tabak this is fourth continental title, after winning three Euroleague crowns as a player of Jugoplastika and Pop 84, both of his native Croatia, from 1989 to 1991.