EuroLeague Finals Top Scorer

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The EuroLeague Finals Top Scorer is the individual award for the player that was the highest points scorer of the EuroLeague Finals. Which is the championship Finals of the European-wide top-tier level professional club basketball competition, the EuroLeague.

EuroLeague Finals Top Scorers[edit]

Jānis Krūmiņš was the FIBA European Champions Cup Finals' Top Scorer 3 times (1958, 1959, 1960).
Bob Morse was the FIBA European Champions Cup Finals' Top Scorer 2 times (1975, 1976).
Arvydas Sabonis was the EuroLeague Finals' Top Scorer 2 times (1986, 1995).
Dejan Bodiroga was the FIBA SuproLeague Finals' Top Scorer (2001), and the EuroLeague Finals' Top Scorer (2003).
Manu Ginóbili was the EuroLeague Finals' Top Scorer 2 times (2001, 2002).
Nando de Colo (#12 in blue), was the EuroLeague Finals' Top Scorer (2016).

From the 1958 season, to the present, the Top Scorer of the EuroLeague Finals is noted, regardless of whether he played on the winning or losing team.[1]

Bronze
Member of the FIBA Hall of Fame.
Silver
Member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Gold
Member of both the FIBA Hall of Fame and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
(X)
Denotes the number of times the player has been the Top Scorer.
Season Top Scorer Team Points Scored
Prior to EuroLeague Final Four Era (1958 to 1986–87)
1958
Soviet Union Jānis Krūmiņš Soviet Union Rīgas ASK
22.5 average (2 games)
1958–59
Soviet Union Jānis Krūmiņš (2×) Soviet Union Rīgas ASK
28.0 average (2 games)
1959–60
Soviet Union Jānis Krūmiņš (3×) Soviet Union Rīgas ASK
21.5 average (2 games)
1960–61
Soviet Union Viktor Zubkov Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
21.5 average (2 games)
1961–62
United States Wayne Hightower Spain Real Madrid
30
1962–63
Spain Emiliano Rodríguez Spain Real Madrid
21.0 average (3 games)
1963–64
Spain Emiliano Rodríguez (2×) Spain Real Madrid
29.5 average (2 games)
1964–65
Spain Clifford Luyk Spain Real Madrid
24.0 average (2 games)
1965–66
Czechoslovakia Jiří Zídek Sr. Czechoslovakia Slavia VŠ Praha
22
1966–67
United States Steve Chubin Italy Simmenthal Milano
34
1967–68
United States Miles Aiken Spain Real Madrid
26
1968–69
Soviet Union Vladimir Andreev Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
37
1969–70
Soviet Union Sergei Belov Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
21
1970–71
Soviet Union Sergei Belov (2×) Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
24
1971–72
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Petar Skansi Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika
26
1972–73
Soviet Union Sergei Belov (3×) Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
36
1973–74
Italy Dino Meneghin Italy Ignis Varese
25
1974–75
United States Bob Morse Italy Ignis Varese
30
1975–76
United States Bob Morse (2×) Italy Mobilgirgi Varese
28
1976–77
Israel Jim Boatwright Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
26
1977–78
United States Walter Szczerbiak Sr. Spain Real Madrid
25
1978–79
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Žarko Varajić Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna
47
1979–80
Israel Earl Williams Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
31
1980–81
Italy Marco Bonamico Italy Sinudyne Bologna
26
1981–82
United States Bruce Flowers Italy Squibb Cantù
23
1982–83
Italy Antonello Riva Italy Ford Cantù
20
1983–84
Spain J.A. San Epifanio "Epi" Spain FC Barcelona
31
1984–85
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Petrović Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona
36
1985–86
Soviet Union Arvydas Sabonis Soviet Union Žalgiris
27
1986–87
United States Lee Johnson Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
24
EuroLeague Final Four Era (1987–88 to present)
1987–88
United States Bob McAdoo Italy Tracer Milano
25
1988–89
Israel Doron Jamchi Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
25
1989–90
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Toni Kukoč Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jugoplastika
20
1990–91
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zoran Savić Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Pop 84
27
1991–92
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Sasha Danilović Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Partizan
25
1992–93
United States Terry Teagle Italy Benetton Treviso
19
1993–94
Spain Ferran Martínez Spain 7up Joventut
17
1994–95
Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis (2×) Spain Real Madrid Teka
23
1995–96
Lithuania Artūras Karnišovas Spain FC Barcelona Banca Catalana
23
1996–97
United States David Rivers Greece Olympiacos
26
1997–98
France Antoine Rigaudeau Italy Kinder Bologna
14
1998–99
France Antoine Rigaudeau (2×) Italy Kinder Bologna
27
1999–00
United States Nate Huffman Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
26
2000–01
(SuproLeague)†
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga Greece Panathinaikos
27
2000–01
(EuroLeague)†
Argentina Manu Ginóbili & United States Elmer Bennett & United States Victor Alexander Italy Kinder Bologna & Spain Tau Cerámica
15.4 average (5 games)
2001–02
Argentina Manu Ginóbili (2×) Italy Kinder Bologna
27
2002–03
Serbia and Montenegro Dejan Bodiroga (2×) Spain FC Barcelona
20
2003–04
United States Anthony Parker & Serbia and Montenegro Miloš Vujanić Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv & Italy Skipper Bologna
21
2004–05
Lithuania Šarūnas Jasikevičius Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
22
2005–06
United States Will Solomon Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
20
2006–07
Greece Theo Papaloukas Russia CSKA Moscow
23
2007–08
United States Will Bynum Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
23
2008–09
United States Russia J.R. Holden Russia CSKA Moscow
14
2009–10
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro Spain Regal FC Barcelona
21
2010–11
United States Mike Batiste Greece Panathinaikos
18
2011–12
Greece Kostas Papanikolaou Greece Olympiacos
18
2012–13
Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Greece Olympiacos
22
2013–14
United States Montenegro Tyrese Rice Israel Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv
26
2014–15
United States Belgium Matt Lojeski[2] Greece Olympiacos
17
2015–16
France Nando de Colo[3] Russia CSKA Moscow
22
2016–17 Serbia Bogdan Bogdanović Turkey Fenerbahçe
17
Serbia Nikola Kalinić[4] Turkey Fenerbahçe
2017–18
Italy Nicolò Melli Turkey Fenerbahçe
28
2018–19
United States Shane Larkin Turkey Anadolu Efes
29

† The 2000–01 season was a transition year, with the best European teams splitting into two different major leagues: The SuproLeague, held by FIBA Europe, and the EuroLeague, held by Euroleague Basketball.

Multiple EuroLeague Finals Top Scorers[edit]

Number Player Years
Soviet Union Jānis Krūmiņš 1958, 1959, 1960
Soviet Union Sergei Belov 1970, 1971, 1973
Spain Emiliano Rodríguez 1963, 1964
United States Bob Morse 1975, 1976
Lithuania Arvydas Sabonis 1986, 1995
France Antoine Rigaudeau 1998, 1999
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dejan Bodiroga 2001 SuproLeague, 2003
Argentina Manu Ginóbili 2001 EuroLeague, 2002

Top scoring performances in EuroLeague Finals games[edit]

Points Scored Player Club Year Opponent Club
47
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Žarko Varajić Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna
1979
Italy Emerson Varese
37
Soviet Union Vladimir Andreev Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
1969
Spain Real Madrid
36
Soviet Union Sergei Belov Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
1973
Italy Ignis Varese
36
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Dražen Petrović Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Cibona
1985
Spain Real Madrid
34
United States Steve Chubin Italy Simmenthal Milano
1967
Spain Real Madrid
31
Spain Emiliano Rodríguez Spain Real Madrid
1964 (game 1)
Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno
31
Israel Earl Williams Israel Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv
1980
Spain Real Madrid
31
Spain J.A. San Epifanio "Epi" Spain FC Barcelona
1984
Italy Banco di Roma Virtus
30
United States Wayne Hightower Spain Real Madrid
1962
Soviet Union Dinamo Tbilisi
30
Czechoslovakia František Konvička Czechoslovakia Spartak ZJŠ Brno
1964 (game 1)
Spain Real Madrid
30
Spain Clifford Luyk Spain Real Madrid
1965 (game 1)
Soviet Union CSKA Moscow
30
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Mirza Delibašić Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Bosna
1979
Italy Emerson Varese

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