Backcourt duo of Shane Larkin and Vasilije Micic led Efes to the EuroLeague crown by combining to score 46 of Efes's 86 points in the championship game.
Larkin and Micic also combined to have 8 of their team's 12 assists, and 5 of 8 steals in a victory over Barcelona.
Center Bryant Dunston is the all-time leader in blocked shots, while Micic became only the fifth player to win EuroLeague MVP and Final Four MVP in the same season.
Larkin and Rodrigue Beaubois have been playing together for four seasons now, having been teammates with Baskonia in the 2016-17 season before wearing Efes uniform the last three seasons.
Chris Singleton and James Anderson have 397 EuroLeague appearances between them, and made big contributions on defensive end in Cologne.
Shane Larkin netted 21 points against Barcelona, while setting a championship game record this century by sinking 12 free throws without a miss.
Rodrigue Beaubois averaged 9.0 points at the Final Four, and made history by becoming the first Franch player to win the EuroLeague and NBA titles.
An ultimate team player, Chris Singleton took a total of only 2 field goals during the Final Four, despite being fourth on the team playing 24 minutes per game.
They youngest Efes player in Cologne, 22-year old Yigitcan Saybir is a EuroLeague champion at the end of the season in which he made two appearances in Efes uniform.
Team captain Dogus Balbay has been with the team for 10 seasons, and has become only the second Turkish players to have the honor to do the lifting of the EuroLeague trophy.
Forward Tolga Gecim joined Efes in 2019, he played in 6 games this season and is now in select company of Turkish players to be called a EuroLeague champion.
Sertac Sanli shined at the Final Four, averaging 15.5 points, a team-high 5 rebounds and Final Four best 2.0 blocks, helping Efes make history.
Adrien Moerman same up huge in the championship game with 6 points and 8 rebounds in 21 minutes on the floor.
Bugurhan Tuncer has 16 appearances this season averaging 2.3 points in limited action, and was on game-day rosters for both Final Four games in Cologne, however, did not enter either game.
Tibor Pleiss won the title in his hometown, and gave Efes a key spark in the championship game with 5 points and 3 rebounds in 8 minutes before suffering a calf strain.
Vasilije Micic was voted the Final Four MVP after leading the Final Four with 50 points, 11 assists and total PIR of 54.
A veteran of six EuroLeague seasons, James Anderson made big defensive contributions off the bench at the Final Four, helping Efes to a EuroLeague crown.
Bryant Dunston was the only Efes player to be playing in his third championship game, in which he contributed with 6 points, 3 rebounds, and some vintage hard-nose defense.
Krunoslav Simon averaged 29 minutes in the Final Four, the second-most minutes of all Efes players, contributing with 7.0 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists.
Ergin Ataman made history by becoming the first Turkish coach to win the EuroLeague.