Previous Winners

Men
2008: Pau Gasol
2007: Andrei Kirilenko
2006: Theo Papaloukas
2005: Dirk Nowitzki

Women
2008: Maria Stepanova
2007: Anete Jekabsone-Zogota
2006: Maria Stepanova
2005: Maria Stepanova

Young Men
2008: Ricky Rubio
2007: Ricky Rubio
2006: Rudy Fernandez
2005: Nikolaos Zisis

Young Women
2008: Gintare Petronyte
2007: Sonja Petrovic
2006: Sandrine Gruda
2005: Anete Jekabsone


NEWS

10.07.2010
Rubio Receives Young Men's Player of the Year Trophy

On Wednesday Spain introduced to the public their national team who will compete in the FIBA World Championship in Turkey later this year and began by honoring one of Europe's brightest stars.

FIBA Europe Secretary General Nar Zanolin was on hand to present Ricky Rubio with the 2009 FIBA Europe Young Men's Player of the Year Award.

15.04.2010
Molten Ball Winners Announced

The names of ten lucky basketball fans who won Molten basketballs, were announced by FIBA Europe.

The winners were picked among the 15,000 voters who cast their ballot online for the FIBA Europe Player of the Year awards 2009.

15.02.2010
Gasol Named FIBA Europe Player Of The Year

FIBA Europe announced on Monday that Pau Gasol of Spain has been named the FIBA Europe Player of the Year for the second straight time by fans and a panel of expert voters.

Gasol finished ahead of Germany's Dirk Nowitzki and Milos Teodosic of Serbia to claim the prize.

12.02.2010
Gruda Named FIBA Europe Women's Player Of The Year

FIBA Europe announced Friday that Sandrine Gruda of France has been chosen as the 2009 Women's Player of the Year.

The 1.93 meter power forward/center averaged 15.4 points and 7.7 rebounds per game in leading her country to gold medal success at EuroBasket Women 2009 in Latvia.

10.02.2010
Third Time's A Charm For Rubio

On Wednesday FIBA Europe announced that Ricky Rubio of Spain has been chosen their Young Men's Player of the Year for the third consecutive season.

Rubio, a 1.90 meter guard, played his second major competition with Spain's senior national team in 2009, helping them to capture their first EuroBasket gold medal in Poland in September.

08.02.2010
Torrens Named Young Women's Player Of The Year

FIBA Europe announced on Monday that Alba Torrens of Spain has been chosen as their 2009 Young Women's Player of the Year.

The 1.92 meter guard averaged 8.8 points and 4.7 rebounds in helping to lead her country to a bronze medal at EuroBasket Women 2009 in Latvia.

Player Of The Year Announcements Begin Next Week01.02.2010

Pau Gasol

Sandrine Gruda

Ricky Rubio

Alba Torrens