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The EuroLeague Final Four Most Valuable Player Award is presented and awarded to the basketball player who has exhibited the most exceptional play during the EuroLeague Final Four. The award often goes to the best player on the European-wide top-tier level EuroLeague's best team. It is generally considered to be the most prestigious individual award in European professional club basketball.
The Final Four MVP award was first given at the end of the 1987–88 season, when the competition that would later become called EuroLeague, was then known as the FIBA European Champions Cup. Prior to the 1987–88 season, the Top Scorer of the EuroLeague Finals was noted. However, an actual MVP was not named until the first EuroLeague Final Four of the modern era was held.
From the 1958 to 1986–87 seasons, the Top Scorer of the EuroLeague Finals was noted, regardless of whether he played on the winning or losing team. However, there was no actual MVP award given.
Main article: EuroLeague Finals Top Scorer
From the 1988 EuroLeague Final Four through the 2016 EuroLeague Final Four, the voting for the EuroLeague Final Four MVP was done by the accredited media members in attendance. Starting with the 2017 EuroLeague Final Four, the voting for the award includes an online vote of fans as well.
Since the end of the 1987–88 season, when the first EuroLeague Final Four (1988 EuroLeague Final Four) was held, an MVP is named at the conclusion of each Final Four.
|*||Member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame|
|**||Member of the FIBA Hall of Fame|
|***||Member of both the Naismith and FIBA Halls of Fame|
|Season||Final Four MVP||Club||Ref.|
|Bob McAdoo*||Tracer Milano|
|Toni Kukoč*** (2×)||POP 84|
|Toni Kukoč*** (3×)||Benetton Treviso|
|Arvydas Sabonis***||Real Madrid Teka|
|Zoran Savić||Kinder Bologna|
|Ariel McDonald||Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv|
|Manu Ginóbili||Kinder Bologna|
|Dejan Bodiroga (2×)||FC Barcelona|
|Anthony Parker||Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv|
|Šarūnas Jasikevičius||Maccabi Elite Tel Aviv|
|Theo Papaloukas||CSKA Moscow|
|Trajan Langdon||CSKA Moscow|
|Juan Carlos Navarro||Regal FC Barcelona|
|Dimitris Diamantidis (2×)||Panathinaikos|
|Vassilis Spanoulis (2×)||Olympiacos|
|Vassilis Spanoulis (3×)||Olympiacos|
|Tyrese Rice||Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv|
|Andrés Nocioni||Real Madrid|
|Nando de Colo||CSKA Moscow|
|Luka Dončić||Real Madrid|
|Will Clyburn||CSKA Moscow|
|Vasilije Micić||Anadolu Efes|
† The 2000–01 season was a transition year, with the best European teams splitting into two different major leagues: The SuproLeague, held by FIBA, and the EuroLeague, held by Euroleague Basketball. That season's EuroLeague Basketball tournament did not end with a Final Four tournament. Instead, it ended with a 5-game playoff series. So, Manu Ginóbili was named the EuroLeague Finals MVP that season.
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