The 2001-02 All-EuroLeague Second Team featured Arriel McDonald (Maccabi), Alphonso Ford (Olympiacos), Mirsad Turkcan (CSKA), Marcelo Nicola (Benetton) and Joseph Blair (Scavolini).

All-Euroleague team 2002-03 - Final Four Barcelona 2003

Three members of the All-EuroLeague Second Team attended the Awards Ceremony: Andres Nocioni (Baskonia), Mirsad Turkcan (Siena) and Nikolc Vujcic (Maccabi). Not in the picture: Milos Vujanic (Partizan) and Marcus Brown (Efes).

EuroLeague Awards - Final Four Tel Aviv 2004 - EB03

The 2003-04 All-EuroLeague Second Team included Milos Vujanic (Skipper), Lynn Greer (Slask), David Vanterpool (Siena), Andres Nocioni (Baskonia) and Nikola Vujcic (Maccabi).

All-Euroleague Second Team 2004-05 - Final Four Moscow 2005 - EB04

Charles Smith (Scavolini), Jaka Lakovic (Panathinaikos) and Luis Scola (Baskonia) attended the 2005 Awards Ceremony as members of the 2004-05 All-EuroLeague Second Team. Not in the picture: Marcus Brown (CSKA) and Tanoka Beard (Zalgiris).

All and Second Euroleague Team - FF Prague 2006 - EB05

The 2005-06 All-EuroLeague Second Team featured Pablo Prigioni (Baskonia), Trajan Langdon (CSKA), Darjus Lavrinovic (Zalgiris), as well as Vassilis Spanoulis (Panathinaikos) and Jorge Garbajosa (Unicaja), who didn’t attend the Awards Ceremony.

All-EuroLeague second Team 2006-07 - Final Four Athens 2007 - EB06

Meet the 2006-07 All-EuroLeague Second Team: Pablo Prigioni and Igor Rakocevic (Baskonia), Ramunas Siskauskas (Panathinaikos), Matjaz Smodis (CSKA) and Lazaros Papadopoulos (Dynamo).

All-EuroLeague Second Team - Awards Ceremony - Final Four Madrid 2008 - EB07

The 2007-08 All-EuroLeague Second Team had two Siena players, Bootsy Thornton and Ksistof Lavrinovic, as well as Theo Papaloukas (CSKA), Yotam Halperin (Maccabi) and Nikola Pekovic (Partizan).

Awards night in Berlin - Final Four Berlin 2009 - EB08

The 2008-09 All-EuroLeague Second Team featured two CSKA teammates, Ramunas Siskauskas and Erazem Lorbek, joined by Theo Papaloukas (Olympiacos), Vassilis Spanoulis (Panathinaikos) and Tiago Splitter (Baskonia).

All Euroleague second Team 2009-10 - Awards Ceremony at Hotel de Ville - Final Four Paris 2010

Bo McCalebb (Partizan), Josh Childress (Olympiacos), Ramunas Siskauskas (CSKA) and Erazem Lorbek (Barcelona) made it to the 2009-10 All-EuroLeague Second Team. Not in the picture: Tiago Splitter (Baskonia).

All-Euroleague, Second Team 2010-11 - Final Four Barcelona 2011

Jeremy Pargo (Maccabi), Sergio Llull (Real), Dusko Savanovic (Valencia) and Ksistof Lavrinovic (Siena) were chosen to the 2010-11 All-EuroLeague Second Team. Not in the picture: Vassilis Spanoulis (Olympiacos).

All-Euroleague Second Team - Efes Euroleague Awards - Final Four Istanbul 2012

Meet the 2011-12 All-EuroLeague Second Team: Milos Teodosic (CSKA), Juan Carlos Navarro (Barcelona), Bo McCalebb (Siena), Henry Domercant (UNICS) and Mike Batiste (Panathinaikos).

Efes Euroleague Awards Ceremony - Final Four London 2013

The 2012-13 All-EuroLeague Second Team featured Milos Teodosic and Victor Khryapa (CSKA), Juan Carlos Navarro (Barcelona), Nikola Mirotic (Real) and Shawn James (Maccabi).

All-Euroleague First Team 2013-14  - Final Four Milan 2014

Vassilis Spanoulis (Olympiacos), Ricky Hickman (Maccabi), Victor Khryapa (CSKA), Nikola Mirotic (Real) and Stephane Lasme (Panathinaikos) were chosen to the 2013-14 All-EuroLeague Second Team.

Euroleague Awards - Opening Press Conference - Final Four Madrid 2015 - EB14

The 2014-15 All-EuroLeague Second Team featured Nando De Colo (CSKA), Andrew Goudelock (Fenerbahce), Rudy Fernandez (Real), Devin Smith (Maccabi) and Ante Tomic (Barcelona).

Award ceremony - Final Four Berlin 2016 - EB15

Two Fenerbahce players made it to the 2015-16 All-EuroLeague Second Team: Luigi Datome and Ekpe Udoh, joined by Quincy Miller (Zvezda), Anthony Randolph (Lokomotiv) and Gustavo Ayon (Real).

Turkish Airlines Euroleague Awards Ceremony - Final Four Istanbul 2017 - EB16_7tp356gb5o5rifgf

The 2016-17 All-EuroLeague Second Team included Milos Teodosic (CSKA), Brad Wanamaker (Darussafaka), Nicolo Melli (Bamberg), Bryant Dunston (Efes) and Gustavo Ayon (Real).

Awards ceremony - Final Four Belgrade 2018 - EB17

Two Zalgiris players were chosen to the 2017-18 All-EuroLeague Second Team, Kevin Pangos and Paulius Jankunas, joined by Alexey Shved (Khimki), Vassilis Spanoulis (Olympiacos) and Sergio Rodriguez (CSKA).

Walter Tavares, Best Defender - 2018-19 Awards Ceremony - Final Four Vitoria-Gasteiz 2019 - EB18

The 2018-19 All-EuroLeague Second Team featured Nando De Colo (CSKA), Mike James (Milan), Vasilije Micic (Efes), Vincent Poirier (Baskonia) and Edy Tavares (Real).

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