WRITE-IN NOMINATIONS BY THE FANS...
Mirsad Turkcan
 Mirsad Turkcan (1994-present)
Teams: Efes Pilsen (TUR), New York Knicks (USA), Milwaukee Bucks (USA), Paris SG (FRA), CSKA Moscow (RUS), Montepaschi Siena (ITA), Dynamo Moscow (RUS), Ulker (TUR), Fenerbahce Ulker (TUR) (1994-present)
Summary: Arguably the greatest European rebounder ever, Mirsad Turkcan will become the first player to pull 1,000 boards in Euroleague games since 2000, and will do so in less than five seasons. His rebounding dependability was a foundation for two Final Four teams: Montepaschi Siena in 2002-03 and CSKA Moscow in 2003-04...Turkcan was named Euroleague regular season MVP in 2001-02 with CSKA and Top 16 MVP in 2002-03 with Montepaschi...He was also named to three All-Euroleague teams between 2002 and 2004, including the first team in 2003-04...Among players who have played more than 75 Euroleague games since 2000, he ranks second in average performance index rating.
The Fans Say: "If I were starting a team, I would want the best rebounder first, and Turkcan is the best maybe ever...He is amazing because he isn't the tallest or the strongest, just the one who fights best to get the ball...Nobody helps a rebounder with passes or screens. It's all heart and Mirsad shows that every time he steps on the court."
Marcus Brown
 Marcus Brown (1992-present)
Teams: Murray St. University (USA), Portland Trail Blazers (USA), Pau-Orthez (FRA), Detroit Pistons (USA) Limoges (FRA), Benetton Treviso (ITA), Efes Pilsen (TUR), CSKA Moscow (RUS), Unicaja (ESP), Zalgiris Kaunas (LTU)
Summary: One of the greatest scorers in modern European basketball, Marcus Brown tops the Euroleague Basketball all-time scoring list since 2000. Brown has won seven domestic championships in four different countries during his career, plus the 1999 Korac Cup with Limoges. He has also played in three Final Fours. Beyond his athleticism and shooting skills, Brown's all-around game has made him a dangerous opponent and a beloved teammate at every stop of his career.
The Fans Say: "He is such a fantastic player with great leadership that he makes every team a winner. If he plays a few more years he will be hard to catch on the scoring ranks...Hard not to think he is not among the greatest players to play in the Euroleague...Very deserving, hard-nosed player. Very surprised he is not on list already."
Aldo Ossola
Aldo Ossola (1964-80)
Teams: Varese (ITA), All'Onesta Milano (ITA)
Summary: A pass-first playmaker in arguably one of the biggest dynasties in European basketball, Also Ossola is also one of the biggest winners in these 50 years. In his 13 seasons with Varese, Ossola helped the team to win 7 Italian League titles, 3 Italian Cup trophies. Above all, Ossola was the starting point guard in the great Varese team that won 5 European Cup titles and made it to an amazing 10 consecutive title games from 1970 to 1979. He also won 2 Intercontinental Cup titles and lifted the 1980 Saporta Cup trophy months before retiring with an incredible roll of honours.
The Fans Say: "A player ahead of his time, Ossola was an incredible leader for one of themost successful teams in European basketball."
Rafael Rullan
 Rafael Rullan (1969-88)
Teams:Real Madrid (ESP), Collado Villalba (ESP)
Summary: A modern power forward with deep range and talent, Rafael Rullan was a reference for Real Madrid throughout the seventies and the eighties. Rullan helped Madrid to lift three Euroleague titles in 1974, 1978 and 1980, as well as a Saporta Cup title in 1984. He had 27 points in the 1980 Euroleague final against Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv, and also lifted 14 Spanish League and 9 Spanish King's Cup titles in his 18 seasons with the club. Rullan also shined with the Spanish national team, playing 161 games and winning the silver medal at EuroBasket 1973, as well as having a strong sports rivalry with Dino Meneghin.
The Fans Say: "He played eigtheen years in Real Madrid and won three European titles. He was one of the most important players of the Sixties and Seventies. A very smart player and a formidable enemy of Dino Meneghin for many years. One of the great, mythic pivots of the early years of European basketball."
Giuseppe Giergia
 Giuseppe "Pino" Giergia (1958-76)
Teams: Zadar (CRO)
Summary: One of the best players of his era, Giuseppe "Pino" Giergia spent his entire career with Zadar, wearing its jersey for 18 consecutive seasons. Giergia found his biggest success alonside legendary center Kresimir Cosic, winning three Yugoslavian League titles from 1965 to 1968. Cosic and Giergia led Zadar to additional Yugoslavian League titles in 1974 and 1975 and lifted the Yugoslav Cup in 1970. Giergia also helped Yugoslavia to win four EuroBaskets and World Championships medals from 1963 to 1967 and played in the 1960 Olympics.
The Fans Say: "He was the best at his position in his time. He and Cosic were the best players of Zadar when Zadar was one of best teams in Europe, and when Zadar played the final game with Real Madrid. He also won medals with the Yugoslav national team at World and European championships and possibly for the Olympic Games."