FINAL FOUR RECORDS: STEALS

May 12, 2016 by Euroleague.net Print
FINAL FOUR RECORDS: STEALS

Individual records, Final Four era (1988 - 2016) - Steals

SEMIFINALS Team Steals Year
1 JACKSON, AARON CSKA Moscow 7 2015
2 EIDSON, CHUCK Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv 6 2011
2 GINOBILI, EMANUEL Kinder Bologna 6 2001*
4 PAPALOUKAS, THEODOROS CSKA Moscow 5 2007
4 ARLAUCKAS, JOE Real Madrid 5 1995
6 BATISTE, MIKE Panathinaikos Athens 4 2012
6 TEODOSIC, MILOS Olympiacos Piraeus 4 2010
6 McCALEBB, BO Partizan Belgrade 4 2010
6 PAPALOUKAS, THEODOROS CSKA Moscow 4 2006
6 BASTON, MACEO Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 4 2005
6 ZUKAUSKAS, EURELIJUS PAF Bologna 4 2001*
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Team Steals Year
1 GINOBILI, EMANUEL Kinder Bologna 7 2001*
2 RIGAUDEAU, ANTOINE Virtus Bologna 5 1998
3 HOLDEN, J.R. CSKA Moscow 4 2006
3 BENNETT, ELMER Tau Ceramica 4 2001*
3 OBERTO, FABRICIO Tau Ceramica 4 2001*
3 OBERTO, FABRICIO Tau Ceramica 4 2001*
3 BONORA, DAVIDE Kinder Bologna 4 2001*
3 SCONOCHINI, HUGO Virtus Bologna 4 1998
3 MORALES, JUANAN Joventut Badalona 4 1992
3 THOMPSON, CORNY Joventut Badalona 4 1992
3 SIMS, WILLIE Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv 4 1989
SINGLE FINAL FOUR ACCUMULATED Team Steals Year
1 SATO, ROMAIN Siena 8 2008
1 PITTIS, RICCARDO Philips Milano 8 1992
1 GIANNAKIS, PANAGIOTIS Aris BSA 8 1989
4 JACKSON, AARON CSKA Moscow 7 2015
4 BASTON, MACEO Maccabi 7 2005
4 DIAMANTIDIS, DIMITRIS Panathinaikos 7 2005
4 LAKOVIC, JAKA Panathinaikos 7 2005
4 ARLAUCKAS, JOE Real Madrid 7 1995
4 HERREROS, ALBERTO Estudiantes 7 1992
4 BONI, SANDRO Scavolini Pesaro 7 1991
4 BROWN, RICKY Philips Milano 7 1988
FINAL FOUR ACCUMULATED Team Steals
1 HOLDEN, J.R. CSKA Moscow 24
2 KHRYAPA, VICTOR CSKA Moscow 21
3 DIAMANTIDIS, DIMITRIS Panathinaikos Athens 18
4 PAPALOUKAS, THEO CSKA, Olympiacos 17
5 LANGDON, TRAJAN Benetton Basket, CSKA 15
6 PRIGIONI, PABLO Baskonia, Real Madrid 14
7 TEODOSIC, MILOS Olympiacos, CSKA Moscow 13
7 BATISTE, MIKE Panathinaikos Athens 13
9 SIMS, WILLIE Maccabi Tel Aviv 12
10 FERNANDEZ, RUDY Real Madrid 11
       

* European basketball had two top-level competitions in 2000-01. Kinder Bologna won the Euroleague title in a five-game playoff series against Tau Ceramica. AEK Athens and Fortitudo Bologna also reached the semifinals. Maccabi Tel Aviv won the SuproLeague in a Final Four that also featured Panathinaikos, the other finalist, CSKA Moscow and Efes Pilsen.