2000-10 All-Decade Team: Trajan Langdon

Jan 14, 2010 by Euroleague.net Print
2000-10 All-Decade Team: Trajan Langdon

The steady rise of Trajan Langdon as one of the world's great shooters had its crowning moment as he guided CSKA Moscow to a second Euroleague title together in three seasons while being named MVP of the 2008 Final Four. Langdon had already reached the Euroleague final with Benetton in 2003, but he was without a trophy when in 2005 he arrived to Moscow in the the prime of his career. The next four years were filled with success. The first season, Langdon helped win CSKA's first continental title in 35 years. The next, CSKA was runner-up. In 2007-08, he was the undisputed leader as CSKA captured a new title and Langdon added the Final Four MVP trophy to his collection of accolades. Last season, though it lost the title by one point, CSKA became the first team to be a finalist four years in a row. Langdon has now garnered All-Euroleague honors for three consecutive seasons, which says it all about a great defender with unlimited shooting range and winning mentality.

· Euroleague champion, 2006, 2008, CSKA Moscow
· Euroleague finalist 2003, 2007, 2009
· Final Four MVP, 2008
· All-Euroleague first team 2007, 2008
· All-Euroleague second team 2006
· April 2006 MVP
· EL decade rank, 6: three-pointers made, career
· EL decade rank, 7: points scored, career