These rankings are both a subjective list (that will create disagreements and differing opinions) and a sort of 'Euroleague guide'.
N.B. Sergio Llull was not included in the list because he's probably out for the season; Tyrese Rice was not included in the list because he's still on the market and he is not in the plans of the team for the upcoming season.
Player's role and impact in the team;
Last year numbers and injuries.
#90 PHIL PRESSEY (PG, BARCELONA)
He is one of the most unpredictable cases of players in this top100. He has the characteristics to fit well in Europe (first pass point guard, good pick and roll player) and on the same time he has no experience out of the United States.
The idea of Sito Alonso is to have either Pressey or Heurtel on the floor at all times.
#89 RICKY HICKMAN (SG, BAMBERG)
Very experienced guard who's coming off a difficult season with Milan: he set his second worst field goals percentage (in his Euroleague career).
Playing alongside Zisis and Hackett could improve Hickman's offense efficiency.
#88 KEVIN PANGOS (PG, ZALGIRIS KAUNAS)
Former Gonzaga player who's the leading 3 point shooter in school history.
Point guard with a good knowledge of the fundamentals, he has to find a way to improve his percentages at the rim.
#87 VICTOR CLAVER (SF/PF, BARCELONA)
He's among the category of players who contribute a lot more than what their numbers shows: he has the ability to cope after switches on the screens with bigger opponents and rival guards.
On a good day, he's lethal from the perimeter.
#86 ZACH AUGUSTE (C, PANATHINAIKOS)
He's coming off a strong NBA Summer League with the Miami Heat.
A good defender and rebounder, if he's confident he can also shoot from mid-range as well. He could also become an important player in the Greece frontline.
#85 JAMEL MCLEAN (PF/C, OLYMPIACOS)
The back up of Milutinov: a big and athletic body, a good rebounder and at the same time he has a reliable jumper.
In defense, because of his lack of size he's a poor rim protector.
#84 KC RIVERS (SF, PANATHINAIKOS)
He has been established in the list of top 3&D in the league.
He's on the pick of his career: this will be his sixth consecutive season in Euroleague (Khimki, 2x Real Madrid, Bayern Monaco, Panathinaikos).
#83 JAYCEE CARROLL (SG, REAL MADRID)
One of the best shooters in the league, if not the best, especially running off screens.
He averaged 43.3 3P% in six seasons with the 'Blancos'.
#82 JAMES NUNNALLY (SF, FENERBAHCE)
Former MVP of the Italian League who's become a solid defender and mainly a shooter on the offensive end.
The only reason he's at number #92 is the role that he will have: 9th man in Fenerbahce's rotation.
#81 JOSH ADAMS (PG, ANADOLU EFES)
In 2016 he fractured his neck in the A5 ans A6 vertebrae. In 2017 he made the big step in his career with his move to Efes.
His first step, his shooting after a dribble, his ability to finish above the rim are the elements that secured him this important transfer.
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