EuroCup Basketball All-EuroCup Team

The EuroCup Basketball All-EuroCup Team is an annual award of the secondary level European-wide professional club basketball league, the EuroCup. The EuroCup is the European-wide professional basketball league that is one tier level below the top-tier level EuroLeague. It is an award for the top ten players of each season of the EuroCup. The award began with the 2008–09 season.

Selection criteriaEdit

The All-EuroCup Team was originally selected solely by a panel of the league's basketball experts, from the 2008–09 season, through the 2015–16 season. Starting with the 2016–17 season, online fan voting was added to the award's selection process.[1]

EuroCup Basketball All-EuroCup Team by seasonEdit

All-EuroCup Team prior to online fan votingEdit

Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player was selected to either the First or Second Team.

Player nationality by national team.

Season Ref. Pos. All-EuroCup First Team All-EuroCup Second Team
Player Club Player Club
2008–09
G
  Chuck Eidson   Lietuvos Rytas   Khalid El-Amin   Türk Telekom
G
  Kelly McCarty   Khimki   Gary Neal   Treviso
F
  Boštjan Nachbar   Dynamo Moscow   Travis Hansen   Dynamo Moscow
F
  Marko Banić   Bilbao   Matt Nielsen   Valencia
C
  Todor Gečevski   Zadar   Sandro Nicević   Treviso
2009–10
[2]
G
  Nando De Colo   Valencia   Arthur Lee   ČEZ Nymburk
G
  Immanuel McElroy   Alba Berlin   Kostas Charalampidis   Panellinios
F
  Devin Smith   Panellinios   Dijon Thompson   Hapoel Jerusalem
F
  Marko Banić (2)   Bilbao   James Augustine   Gran Canaria
C
  Matt Nielsen (2)   Valencia   Blagota Sekulić   Alba Berlin
2010–11
[3]
G
  Dontaye Draper   Cedevita Zagreb   Bracey Wright   Cedevita Zagreb
G
  Terrell Lyday   UNICS Kazan   Dwayne Anderson   Göttingen
F
  Devin Smith (2)   Treviso   Kelly McCarty (2)   UNICS Kazan
F
  Tariq Kirksay   Sevilla   Nik Caner-Medley   Estudiantes
C
  Maciej Lampe   UNICS Kazan   Paul Davis   Sevilla
2011–12
[4]

[5]
G
  Patrick Beverley   Spartak St. Petersburg   Yotam Halperin   Spartak St. Petersburg
G
  Renaldas Seibutis   Lietuvos Rytas   Ramel Curry   Donetsk
F
  Zoran Planinić   Khimki   Pavel Pumprla   ČEZ Nymburk
F
  Nik Caner-Medley (2)   Valencia   Jeremiah Massey   Lokomotiv Kuban
C
  Jonas Valančiūnas   Lietuvos Rytas   Bojan Dubljević   Budućnost
2012–13
[6]

[7]
G
  Malcolm Delaney   Budivelnyk   Walter Hodge   Zielona Góra
G
  Nick Calathes   Lokomotiv Kuban   Chuck Eidson (2)   UNICS Kazan
F
  Kostas Vasileiadis   Bilbao   Derrick Brown   Lokomotiv Kuban
F
  Justin Doellman   Valencia   Lamont Hamilton   Bilbao
C
  John Bryant   Ratiopharm Ulm   Loukas Mavrokefalidis   Spartak St. Petersburg
2013–14
[8]
G
  DeMarcus Nelson   Crvena Zvezda   Yotam Halperin (2)   Hapoel Jerusalem
G
  Drew Goudelock   UNICS Kazan   Reggie Redding   Alba Berlin
F
  Dijon Thompson (2)   Nizhny Novgorod   Caleb Green   Dinamo Sassari
F
  Justin Doellman (2)   Valencia   Darjuš Lavrinovič   Budivelnik
C
  Vladimir Golubović   TED Ankara Kolejliler   Bojan Dubljević (2)   Valencia
2014–15
G
  Tyrese Rice   Khimki   Bobby Dixon   Karşıyaka
G
  Petteri Koponen   Khimki   Keith Langford   UNICS Kazan
F
  Sammy Mejía   Banvit   Kyle Kuric   Gran Canaria
F
  Derrick Brown (2)   Lokomotiv Kuban   Anthony Randolph   Lokomotiv Kuban
C
  Walter Tavares   Gran Canaria   Sharrod Ford   Paris-Levallois
2015–16
[9]
G
  Errick McCollum   Galatasaray   Kevin Pangos   Gran Canaria
G
  Mardy Collins   Strasbourg IG   Victor Rudd   Nizhny Novgorod
F
  Vladimir Micov   Galatasaray   Mateusz Ponitka   Zielona Góra
F
  Davide Pascolo   Aquila Trento   Julian Wright   Aquila Trento
C
  Alen Omić   Gran Canaria   Stéphane Lasme   Galatasaray

All-EuroCup Team since addition of online fan votingEdit

Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player was selected to either the First or Second Team.
Season Ref. Pos. All-EuroCup First Team All-EuroCup Second Team
Player Club Player Club
2016–17
[10][11]
G
  Curtis Jerrells   Hapoel Jerusalem   Kyle Fogg   Unicaja Málaga
G
  Mardy Collins (2)   Lokomotiv Kuban   Kyle Kuric (2)   Gran Canaria
F
  Alexey Shved   Khimki   Fernando San Emeterio   Valencia
F
  Bojan Dubljević (3)   Valencia   Maxi Kleber   Bayern Munich
C
  Dejan Musli   Unicaja Málaga   Amar'e Stoudemire   Hapoel Jerusalem
2017–18
[12][13]
G
  Quino Colom   UNICS Kazan   Nikola Ivanović   Budućnost
G
  Scottie Wilbekin   Darüşşafaka   Kyle Kuric (3)   Zenit Saint Petersburg
F
  Amedeo Della Valle   Reggiana   Dmitry Kulagin   Lokomotiv Kuban
F
  Ryan Broekhoff   Lokomotiv Kuban   JaJuan Johnson   Darüşşafaka
C
  Devin Booker   Bayern Munich   Ondřej Balvín   Gran Canaria
2018–19
G
  Andrew Albicy   MoraBanc Andorra   Pierria Henry   UNICS Kazan
G
  Errick McCollum (2)   UNICS Kazan   Sam Van Rossom   Valencia
F
  Rokas Giedraitis   Alba Berlin   Dylan Ennis   MoraBanc Andorra
F
  Luke Sikma   Alba Berlin   Mathias Lessort   Unicaja Málaga
C
  Bojan Dubljević (4)   Valencia   Miro Bilan   ASVEL Villeurbanne

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