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Euroleague MVP of the Week

The Euroleague MVP of the Week is the award given to the Euroleague's player of the week. In order to win the award, a player must have the highest PIR stat among all players of the week's winning teams. Only one game is taken into account in determining the award, as Euroleague teams only play one game a week in the Euroleague competition.

Contents

  • Criteria 1
  • 2000–01 2
  • 2001–02 3
  • 2002–03 4
  • 2003–04 5
  • 2004–05 6
  • 2005–06 7
  • 2006–07 8
  • 2007–08 9
  • 2008–09 10
  • 2009–10 11
  • 2010–11 12
  • 2011–12 13
  • 2012–13 14
  • 2013–14 15
  • 2014–15 16
  • See also 17
  • References 18
  • External links 19

Criteria

The award is not voted on by anyone. It is determined by a statistical formula, called either the Performance Index Rating, or the Performance Index Ranking (PIR) by the Euroleague, and also known as either Evaluation or Valuation, in some European domestic basketball leagues.

The Performance Index Rating also includes the Blocked Shots Against stat (the number of field goal attempts that a player has blocked). The stat's formula is (Points + Rebounds + Assists + Steals + Blocks + Fouls Drawn) - (Missed Field Goals + Missed Free Throws + Turnovers + Shots Rejected + Fouls Committed). The Performance Index Rating stat is not commonly used by the NBA or FIBA. The Performance Index Rating (PIR), is not the same stat as the NBA Player Efficiency (EFF), or the John Hollinger Player Efficiency Rating (PER) or Game Score stats, although it is often mistaken to be.

Prior to the Euroleague 2011-12 season, the award was given to the player that had the week's highest PIR score. However, starting with the Euroleague 2011-12 season, the award's criteria were changed; with the award to go to the player from a winning team, who had the week's highest PIR score. So, a player could have the league's highest PIR score for that week, but not win the weekly MVP award, if his team lost their game that week.

2000–01

Regular Season

Playoffs

2001–02

[1]

Regular Season

Top 16

2002–03

[2]

Regular Season

Top 16

2003–04

[3]

Regular Season

Top 16

2004–05

[4]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2005–06

[5]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2006–07

[6]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2007–08

[7]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2008–09

[8]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2009–10

[9]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2010–11

[10]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2011–12

[11]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2012–13

[12]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2013–14

[13]

Regular Season

Top 16

Playoffs

2014–15

Regular Season

See also

References

  1. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2001-02 AWARDS
  2. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2002-03 AWARDS
  3. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2003-04 AWARDS
  4. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2004-05 AWARDS
  5. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2005-06 AWARDS
  6. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2006-07 AWARDS
  7. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2007-08 AWARDS
  8. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2008-09 AWARDS
  9. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2009-10 AWARDS
  10. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2010-11 AWARDS
  11. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2011-12 AWARDS
  12. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2012-13 AWARDS
  13. ^ Euroleague.net EUROLEAGUE 2013-14 AWARDS

External links

  • Euroleague Official Web Page
  • InterBasket Euroleague Basketball Forum
  • TalkBasket Euroleague Basketball Forum
  • Euroleague's Youtube Channel
  • Euroleague's Youtube Channel (Spanish)


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