2007-08 All-Euroleague, MVP announced
by: Euroleague.net
May 3, 2008
2007-08 All-Euroleague team
Ramunas Siskauskas, 2007-08 MVP!
2007-08 MVP, Ramunas Siskauskas
The top Euroleague Basketball players of the 2007-08 season were honored at the Euroleague Basketball Awards Ceremony at the Circo Price in central Madrid attended by a world basketball elite, including many of the legends spending the weekend at the 2008 Final Four as part of the year-long 50 Years of European Club Basketball celebration. Each of the award winners received their trophy from one of the 50 greatest personalities honored at Friday’s special ceremony. The event was highlighted by the selection of Ramunas Siskauskas as MVP for the season. Siskauskas received his trophy from another former MVP, Toni Kukoc. In addition to Siskauskas, the All-Euroleague First Team also included, at point guard, Terrell McIntyre of Montepaschi Siena; at shooting guard/small forward, Trajan Langdon of CSKA; and at power forward/center, Terrence Morris of Maccabi Elite and Tiago Splitter of Tau Ceramica. The All-Euroleague First Team trophies were handed out by Dejan Bodiroga and Arvydas Sabonis. All five first-team selections came from teams that qualified for the Final Four. CSKA’s Langdon is the only repeat selection on the first team, while Siskauskas was a second-team choice last season. Photos

 All-Euroleague First team

All-Euroleague second team
Theo Papaloukas - CSKA Moscow
Bootsy Thornton - Montepaschi Siena
Yotam Halperin - Maccabi Elite
Nikola Pekovic - Partizan Igokea
Ksistof Lavrinovic - Montepaschi Siena
The All-Euroleague Second Team features point guard Theo Papaloukas of CSKA, shooting guards Bootsy Thornton of Montepaschi and Yotam Halperin of Maccabi, and big men Ksistof Lavrinovic from Montepaschi and Nikola Pekovic of Partizan Igokea. Dino Meneghin and Emiliano Rodriguez honored the second-teamers by awarding their trophies. The Alphonso Ford Top Scorer Trophy was presented to Marc Salyers of Chorale Roanne by Bob McAdoo. Danilo Gallinari of Armani Jeans Milano received the Rising Star Trophy from Vlade Divac. And Walter Szczerbiak handed the Best Defender Trophy to a representative for Dimitris Diamantidis, who could not attend. All awards were based on a combination of fan and media voting except the top scorer, which was based on the most average points scored during a minimum of games this season.
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