...Jasikevicius is the only player to win the Euroleague with three different teams? Saras won his first Euroleague with Barcelona in 2003 and went on to lift back-to-back trophies with Maccabi in 2004 and 2005 before winning the competition again with Panathinaikos in 2011.
...Jasikevicius is the only player to win three consecutive Euroleague titles in the last 20 years. Aside from Saras, the last players to threepeat were KK Split players Toni Kukoc, Velimir Perasovic, Zoran Sretenovic, Luka Pavicevic and Zan Tabak from 1989 to 1991.
...Jasikevicius has the chance to become the second player to win multiple Euroleague titles with different teams. Only Dino Meneghin (five with Varese, two with Olimpia Milano) has won more than one title with two different teams.
...Jasikevicius is unbeaten in the Final Four? Saras has an unbelievable 8-0 record in Europe's signature club event, during which he has accumulated 116 points.
...Jasikevicius has the chance to win a second Final Four MVP trophy? He earned Final Four MVP honors in Moscow 2005. Only three players have been chosen Final Four MVP more than once in the past: Toni Kukoc (Split 1990-91, Benetton 1993), Dejan Bodiroga (Panathinaikos 2002, Barcelona 2003) and Dimitris Diamantidis (Panathinaikos 2007, 2011).
...Jasikevicius can win his fifth Euroleague title? Only four other players have won five Euroleague titles or more. Clifford Luyk, Aldo Ossola and Fragiskos Alvertis all lifted the trophy five times. Dino Meneghin (Varese 1970, 1972-73, 1975-76; Milano 1987-88) holds the record with seven titles.
...for the first time in his legendary career, Jasikevicius is the oldest player at the Final Four? Saras turned 36 on March 6.
...Jasikevicius is the Euroleague's all-time leader in free throw accuracy? Saras has made 499 of 543 attempts (91.9%). His free throw shooting percentage (37-of-39, 94.9%) is even higher at Final Fours!