The 2001-02 All-EuroLeague Second Team featured Arriel McDonald (Maccabi), Alphonso Ford (Olympiacos), Mirsad Turkcan (CSKA), Marcelo Nicola (Benetton) and Joseph Blair (Scavolini).
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).
The 2003-04 All-EuroLeague Second Team included Milos Vujanic (Skipper), Lynn Greer (Slask), David Vanterpool (Siena), Andres Nocioni (Baskonia) and Nikola Vujcic (Maccabi).
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).
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.
Meet the 2006-07 All-EuroLeague Second Team: Pablo Prigioni and Igor Rakocevic (Baskonia), Ramunas Siskauskas (Panathinaikos), Matjaz Smodis (CSKA) and Lazaros Papadopoulos (Dynamo).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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).
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.
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).
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).
The 2016-17 All-EuroLeague Second Team included Milos Teodosic (CSKA), Brad Wanamaker (Darussafaka), Nicolo Melli (Bamberg), Bryant Dunston (Efes) and Gustavo Ayon (Real).
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).
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).