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

The list was made up of the Euroleague's all-time 35 greatest players, 10 greatest coaches and 5 greatest referees. It also included other nominees for each category.

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Euroleague's 35 Greatest All-Time Players

Other player nominees

Euroleague's 10 Greatest All-Time Coaches

Other coaching nominees

Euroleague's 5 Greatest All-Time Referees

  • Bulgaria Bulgaria: Artenik Arabadjian
  • Russia Russia: Mikhail Davidov
  • Slovakia Slovakia: Lubomir Kotleba
  • France France: Yvan Mainini
  • Greece Greece: Costas Rigas

Other reffing nominees

  • Serbia Serbia: Obrad Belošević
  • Finland Finland: Carl Jungebrand
  • Hungary Hungary: Ervin Kassai
  • Poland Poland: Wiesław Zych
  • Lithuania Lithuania: Romualdas Brazauskas
  • Spain Spain: Pedro Hernández-Cabrera
  • United Kingdom UK: David Turner

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