2010-11 All-Euroleague nominees
by: Euroleague.net
April 19, 2011
The wait is over, Turkish Airlines Euroleague fans. Here are your nominees for the 2010-11 All-Euroleague team! Fans and media members have voted to nominate 10 players to the All-Euroleague team, producing a top-level list of nominees for what has been an incredible 2010-11 season. That list is half-filled with 5 out of 10 players who are first-time nominees to the All-Euroleague team. Many thousands of fans from around the world were allowed to cast votes for their favorite or most deserving players, as did media members from each of the countries with Euroleague teams this season. Just as last season, teams that qualified to the Turkish Airlines Euroleague Final Four dominated the nominations, with Panathinaikos and Maccabi Electra each having two nominees each, while Montepaschi Siena and Real Madrid had one apiece. Other nominees came from four non-Final Four teams: Power Electronics Valencia, Regal FC Barcelona, Olympiacos and Caja Laboral. The All-Euroleague first and second teams, plus the Euroleague MVP, will be named at EFES Pilsener Euroleague Awards Ceremony on May 7 at the Final Four in Barcelona.

Dimitris Diamantidis
Jeremy Pargo - Maccabi Electra
Dimitris Diamantidis
Panathinaikos
Jeremy Pargo
Maccabi Electra
Led the league in assists (5.7 ppg.)...Assists total (116) eighth-best in league history… Led Playoffs in scoring (18 ppg.)… Voted Best Defender by Euroleague head coaches… Only player ranked the top 10 in assists, steals and index rating… Chosen as the Sportingbet December MVP.
Led Maccabi in scoring (13 ppg.), assists (3.9 apg.)... Led Playoffs in performance index rating (19.5 ppg.), was second in scoring (17.3 ppg.)... Scored game-winning basket in Game 2 of Playoffs… Chosen as the Sportingbet March MVP... Maccabi’s record was 11-1 when he scored in double figures…
2011 Final Four
Juan Carlos Navarro - Regal FC Barcelona
Sergio Llull - Real Madrid
Vassilis Spanoulis - Olympiacos
Fernando San Emeterio - Caja Laboral
Juan Carlos Navarro
Regal FC Barcelona
Sergio Llull
Real Madrid
Vassilis Spanoulis
Olympiacos
Fernando San Emeterio
Caja Laboral
Led team and ranked fourth in the league in scoring (14.1 ppg.)… Second in the league in three-pointers per game (2.2 3pg.)… Top scorer in Top 16 (20 ppg.) while team went 6-0... Chosen as the Sportingbet January MVP… Barcelona’s record was 8-2 when he scored in double figures.
Led Real Madrid in scoring (11.5 ppg.) and cumulative three-pointers made (30), free throws made (52), assists (65) and fouls drawn (69) in first season as a starter… Was the team’s leading scorer in a game seven times this season… Was specialist at end-of-quarter and end-of-game shot.
Led Olympiacos and was third in league in scoring (14.2 ppg.)… Led team and was fourth in league in assists (4.3 apg.)… Only player ranked in top five in both scoring and assists… Led league in fouls drawn (108), free throws made (92) and attempted (108)… Scored in double figures in first 19 games.
Euroleague leader in performance index rating (19.1)…Led the league in three-point shooting accuracy (50%)…Averaged career highs in scoring (13.7 ppg.), rebounding (5.5 rpg.), assists (2.4 apg.) and steals (0.8 spg.)…Top 16 Week 6 MVP with second-best rating in the Top 16 (37).
Dusko Savanovic - Power Electronics Valencia
Sofoklis Schortsanitis - Maccabi Electra
Ksistof Lavrinovic - Montepaschi Siena
Mike Batiste - Panathinaikos
Dusko Savanovic
Power Electronics Valencia
Sofoklis Schortsanitis
Maccabi Electra
Ksistof Lavrinovic
Montepaschi Siena
Mike Batiste
Panathinaikos
Led Power Electronics Valencia in scoring (11.9 ppg.)... Posted the highest average index rating in the season’s only five-game Playoff series (14.4)... Only player to rank among top 10 in scoring (14.2 ppg.), rebounds (5.2 rpg.) and blocks (0.6 bpg.) in the playoffs... Playoffs Game 5 MVP.
Led league in per-minute scoring (0.63 ppm.)… Averaged career-high 12.3 points per game… Drew second-most fouls in the league (97)… Performance Index rating of 38 in regular season finale was third-best in the Euroleague this season… Maccabi’s record was 9-2 when he scored in double figures.
Led Montepaschi in rebounding (5.1 rpg.), three-pointers made (19) and fouls drawn (4.3 pg.), second in scoring (11.8 ppg.)... Ranked in among top 10 players in he Playoffs in scoring (13.5 ppg.), three-point shooting (50%) and blocks (0.5 bpg.)… Regular Season Week 6 MVP.
Led Panathinaikos in scoring (12.8 ppg.), rebounding (5.3 rpg.) and blocked shots (0.9 bpg)… Ranked fifth in average performance index rating in Playoffs (14.5)… Set career high with 4-block game in Week 3 of Regular Season… Scored his 2,000th career point during the Playoffs.
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