All-Liga ACB Team

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The All-Liga ACB Team (Spanish: Quinteto Ideal de la ACB) is an award for the top-tier professional basketball league in Spain, the Spanish ACB League. It is the yearly selection of the league's top 10 basketball players by position. The award began with the 2003–04 season. The award is voted on by coaches, players, fans (through online voting), and the media.

All-Liga ACB Team by season[edit]

Player (X) Denotes the number of times the player has been selected.
Bold text indicates the player who won the league's MVP in the same year.
Season First Team Second Team
Player Team Player Team
2003–04 United States Elmer Bennett Real Madrid
Serbia and Montenegro Dejan Bodiroga FC Barcelona
Argentina Andrés Nocioni (MVP) TAU Cerámica
United States Lou Roe Etosa Alicante
Argentina Luis Scola TAU Cerámica
2004–05 Spain José Manuel Calderón TAU Cerámica
United States Charlie Bell Leche Río Breogán
Spain Carlos Jiménez Adecco Estudiantes
Spain Jorge Garbajosa Unicaja
Argentina Luis Scola (2×) (MVP) TAU Cerámica
2005–06 Argentina Pablo Prigioni TAU Cerámica
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro (MVP) Winterthur FC Barcelona
Spain Carlos Jiménez (2×) Adecco Estudiantes
Spain Jorge Garbajosa (2×) Unicaja
Argentina Luis Scola (3×) TAU Cerámica
2006–07 Argentina Pablo Prigioni (2×) TAU Cerámica
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro (2×) Winterthur FC Barcelona
Spain Rudy Fernández DKV Joventut
Spain Felipe Reyes Real Madrid
Argentina Luis Scola (4×) (MVP) TAU Cerámica
2007–08 Spain Ricky Rubio DKV Joventut
Brazil Marcelinho Huertas Iurbentia Bilbao Basket
Spain Rudy Fernández (2×) DKV Joventut
Spain Felipe Reyes (2×) Real Madrid
Spain Marc Gasol (MVP) Akasvayu Girona
2008–09[1] Argentina Pablo Prigioni (3×) TAU Cerámica
Serbia Igor Rakočević TAU Cerámica
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro (3×) FC Barcelona Regal
Spain Fran Vázquez FC Barcelona Regal
Spain Felipe Reyes (3×) (MVP) Real Madrid
2009–10[2] Spain Ricky Rubio (2×) Regal FC Barcelona
Spain Juan Carlos Navarro (4×) Regal FC Barcelona
Spain Carlos Suárez Asefa Estudiantes
Slovenia Erazem Lorbek Regal FC Barcelona
Brazil Tiago Splitter (MVP) Caja Laboral
2010–11[3] Brazil Marcelinho Huertas (2×) Caja Laboral
Azerbaijan Jaycee Carroll Gran Canaria 2014
Spain Fernando San Emeterio (MVP) Caja Laboral
Azerbaijan Nik Caner-Medley Asefa Estudiantes
Croatia Ante Tomić Real Madrid
2011–12[4] Spain Sergio Llull Real Madrid
Spain Sergi Vidal Lagun Aro GBC
United States Andy Panko (MVP) Lagun Aro GBC
Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirza Teletović Caja Laboral
Slovenia Erazem Lorbek (2×) FC Barcelona Regal
2012–13[5] Spain Sergio Rodríguez Real Madrid
Spain Rudy Fernández (3x) Real Madrid
Argentina Andrés Nocioni (2×) Laboral Kutxa
Spain Nikola Mirotić (MVP) Real Madrid
Croatia Ante Tomić (2x) FC Barcelona Regal
2013–14[6] Spain Sergio Rodríguez (2×) Real Madrid
Spain Rudy Fernández (4×) Real Madrid
Central African Republic Romain Sato Valencia Basket
Spain Nikola Mirotić (2×) Real Madrid
United States Justin Doellman (MVP) Valencia Basket
2014–15[7] Uruguay Jayson Granger Unicaja
Spain Sergio Llull (2×) Real Madrid
Spain Pau Ribas Valencia Basket
Spain Felipe Reyes (4×) (MVP) Real Madrid
Montenegro Marko Todorović Dominion Bilbao Basket
2015–16[8][9] Spain Sergio Rodríguez (3×) Real Madrid Czech Republic Tomáš Satoranský FC Barcelona Lassa
Bulgaria Darius Adams Laboral Kutxa Baskonia Croatia Marko Popović Montakit Fuenlabrada
Spain Álex Mumbrú Dominion Bilbao Basket Hungary Ádám Hanga Laboral Kutxa Baskonia
Croatia Justin Hamilton Valencia Basket Mexico Gustavo Ayón Real Madrid
Greece Ioannis Bourousis (MVP) Laboral Kutxa Baskonia Serbia Dejan Musli ICL Manresa
2016–17[10][11] Spain Sergio Llull (3x) (MVP) Real Madrid United States Shane Larkin Baskonia
France Edwin Jackson Movistar Estudiantes Argentina Facundo Campazzo UCAM Murcia
Hungary Ádám Hanga (2×) Baskonia Serbia Nemanja Nedović Unicaja
Montenegro Bojan Dubljević Valencia Basket United States Anthony Randolph Real Madrid
Georgia (country) Giorgi Shermadini MoraBanc Andorra Croatia Ante Tomić (3×) FC Barcelona Lassa
2017–18 United States Gary Neal Tecnyconta Zaragoza France Thomas Heurtel FC Barcelona Lassa
Slovenia Luka Dončić (MVP) Real Madrid Argentina Facundo Campazzo (2×) Real Madrid
Israel Sylven Landesberg Movistar Estudiantes Poland Mateusz Ponitka Iberostar Tenerife
Georgia (country) Tornike Shengelia Baskonia Montenegro Bojan Dubljević (2×) Valencia Basket
Netherlands Henk Norel Delteco GBC Croatia Ante Tomić (4×) FC Barcelona Lassa

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Prigioni, Navarro, Rakocevic, Vázquez y Reyes forman el Quinteto Ideal ACB 08-09.
  2. ^ Ricky, Navarro, Suárez, Splitter y Lorbek componen el quinteto ideal de la ACB. Archived 2014-01-01 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "Huertas y San Emeterio en el mejor quinteto de la ACB". Archived from the original on 2014-01-01. Retrieved 2013-05-24.
  4. ^ Andy Panko es el MVP de la fase regular de la Liga Endesa.
  5. ^ Sergio Rodríguez, Rudy Fernández, Andrés Nocioni, Nikola Mirotic y Ante Tomic forman el Mejor Quinteto de la Liga Endesa 2012–13.
  6. ^ ACB.com - Mejor Quinteto de la Liga Endesa 2013-14
  7. ^ ACB.com - Mejor Quinteto de la Liga Endesa 2014-15
  8. ^ "Mejor Quinteto Liga Endesa 2015-16" (in Spanish). ACB.com. 19 May 2016.
  9. ^ "Segundo Mejor Quinteto Liga Endesa 2015-16" (in Spanish). ACB.com. 19 May 2016.
  10. ^ "Mejor Quinteto de la Liga Endesa 2016-17" (in Spanish). ACB.com. 15 May 2017. Retrieved 16 May 2017.
  11. ^ "Segundo Mejor Quinteto de la Liga Endesa 2016-17" (in Spanish). 15 May 2017. Retrieved 16 May 2017.

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