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50 Greatest Euroleague Contributors

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50 Greatest Euroleague Contributors

The 50 Greatest Contributors in Euroleague History were chosen on February 3, 2008, in Madrid, Spain. The occasion was the fiftieth anniversary since the founding of the FIBA European Champions Cup, officially recognized as the predecessor to today's Euroleague.

The list was made up of 35 players, 10 coaches, and 5 referees that were deemed to have contributed the most to the growth of the Euroleague. It also included other nominees for each category. All together, 105 players, 20 coaches, and 12 referees in total were nominated.


  • 35 Players 1
    • Other player nominees 1.1
  • 10 Coaches 2
    • Other coaching nominees 2.1
  • 5 Referees 3
    • Other refereeing nominees 3.1
  • See also 4
  • External links 5

35 Players

Other player nominees

10 Coaches

Other coaching nominees

5 Referees

Other refereeing nominees

See also

External links

  • Official Page
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