Marko Jaric and Manu Ginobili (Kinder), Tyus Edney (Benetton), Dejan Bodiroga (Panathinaikos) and Dejan Tomasevic (Tau) were chosen to the 2001-02 All-EuroLeague First Team.
The 2002-03 All-EuroLeague First Team featured Tyus Edney and Jorge Garbajosa of Benetton Treviso, Alphonso Ford of Montepashi Siena, Dejan Bodiroga of FC Barcelona and Victor Alexander of CSKA Moscow.
Sarunas Jasikevicius of Maccabi, Marcus Brown and Mirsad Turkcan of CSKA, Dejan Bodiroga of Barcelona, and Arvydas Sabonis of Zalgiris made it to the 2003-04 All-EuroLeague First Team. Martynas Andriuskevicius stepped in for Sabonis.
Three Maccabi players – Sarunas Jasikevicius, Anthony Parker and Nikola Vujcic – reached the 2004-05 All-EuroLeague First Team along with David Andersen of CSKA and Arvydas Macijauskas of Tau. Parker was also chosen as the 2004-05 EuroLeague MVP.
Four members of the 2005-06 All-EuroLeague First Team – Theo Papaloukas of CSKA, Juan Carlos Navarro of Barcelona, Anthony Parker and Nikola Vujcic of Maccabi.
For the first time ever, six players made it to the 2006-07 All-EuroLeague team: Theo Papaloukas and Trajan Langdon of CSKA, Dimitris Diamantidis of Panathinaikos, Luis Scola of Tau and Nikola Vujcic of Maccabi. Not in the picture: Juan Carlos Navarro of Barcelona.
Meet the 2007-08 All-EuroLeague First Team: Terrell McIntyre of Montepaschi, Trajan Langdon and Ramunas Siskauskas of CSKA, Terence Morris of Maccabi and Tiago Splitter of Tau, along with European basketball legends Dejan Bodiroga and Arvydas Sabonis.
The 2008-09 All-EuroLeague First Team, in the first row, left to right: Igor Rakocevic (Tau), Terrell McIntyre (Montepaschi), Juan Carlos Navarro (Barcelona).
In the first row, 2009-10 All-EuroLeague First Team members Aleks Maric of Partizan, Linas Kleiza of Olympiacos, Juan Carlos Navarro of Barcelona and Victor Khryapa of CSKA join EuroLeague president and CEO Jordi Bertomeu.
The 2010-11 All-EuroLeague First Team, left to right: Mike Batiste (Panathinaikos); Sofoklis Schortsanitis (Maccabi), Fernando San Emeterio (Baskonia), Juan Carlos Navarro (Barcelona), and Dimitris Diamantidis (Panathinaikos).
Meet the 2011-12 All-EuroLeague First Team: Nenad Krstic and Andrei Kirilenko of CSKA, Erazem Lorbek of Barcelona, Vassilis Spanoulis of Olympiacos, and Dimitris Diamantidis of Panathinaikos.
Four members of the 2012-13 All-EuroLeague First Team: Nenad Krstic (CSKA), Ante Tomic (Barcelona), Vassilis Spanoulis (Olympiacos) and Rudy Fernandez (Real).
The 2013-14 All-EuroLeague First Team featured Keith Langford of Milan, Sergio Rodriguez and Rudy Fernandez of Real, Sonny Weems of Olympiacos, and Ante Tomic of Barcelona.
In the right side of the picture, four members of the 2014-15 All-EuroLeague First Team – Vassilis Spanoulis of Olympiacos, Milos Teodosic of CSKA, Nemanja Bjelica of Fenerbahce and Felipe Reyes of Real – join EuroLeague president and CEO Jordi Bertomeu.
All members of the 2015-16 All-EuroLeague First Team are featured in this picture: Nando De Colo and Milos Teodosic of CSKA, Malcolm Delaney of Lokomotiv, Ioannis Bourousis of Baskonia and Jan Vesely of Fenerbahce.
The 2016-17 All-EuroLeague First Team, left to right: Nando De Colo (CSKA), Ekpe Udoh (Fenerbahce), Bogdan Bogdanovic (Fenerbahce), Sergio Llull (Real), and Georgios Printezis (Olympiacos).
Three members of the 2017-18 All-EuroLeague First Team, left to right: Nando De Colo (CSKA), Jan Vesely (Fenerbahce) and Luka Doncic (Real).
The 2018-19 All-EuroLeague First Team featured Nick Calathes of Panathinaikos (not in this picture), Kostas Sloukas and Jan Vesely of Fenerbahce, Brandon Davies of Zalgiris, and Will Clyburn of CSKA.