Both Kevin Pangos and Paulius Jankunas have started every EuroLeague game this season for Zalgiris.
Paulius Jankunas has had a performance index rating in double figures in 17 of his last 18 games.
Paulius Jankunas is in sixth place on the all-time list with 260 EuroLeague appearances.
Jankunas is ranked 10th on the all-time scoring list with 2,443 points. He has scored the fifth-most career points among active players.
Jankunas is ranked second on the EuroLeague all-time charts with 441 offensive boards.
Robertas Javtokas enters Round 29 ranked seventh on the all-time list for blocked shots with 144. CSKA big man Kyle Hines is sixth with 153 and counting.
Paulius Jankunas needs 1 point to catch up to retired center Nikola Vujcic (2,444) for ninth place on the EuroLeague career scoring list. Jankunas is in 10th place with 2,443 points.
Jankunas needs 1 rebound to become only the third man in competition history to reach 1,500 for his career.
Robertas Javtokas needs 14 rebounds to reach 800 for his EuroLeague career.
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Teenagers born in 2000, Samuele Giardini and Matteo Lagana will be making their EuroLeague debuts with their first appearances this season.
Zoran Dragic will miss the rest of the season due to a knee injury.
Simone Fontecchio will miss the rest of the season due to a hand injury.
Krunoslav Simon has missed the last six games.
Rakim Sanders has missed last two EuroLeague games.
Milan Coach Repesa has used 13 different players in his starting lineups so far this season; no player has started every game. Bruno Cerella is the only player who has not started a game this season.
Krunoslav Simon has made at least 1 three-point shot in eight of his last nine EuroLeague games.
Rakim Sanders needs 27 points to reach 500 for his EuroLeague career.
Milan Macvan needs 1 assist to reach the century mark for his career.