EuroLeague MVP Ladder by Eurohoops: Vol. 3

14/Dec/21 11:45 December 14, 2021

John Rammas

14/Dec/21 11:45

The third checkpoint in the race for the top individual award in the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague, powered by Eurohoops.

By John Rammas/

Eurohoops presents the third edition of the MVP Ladder with 14 Rounds of the 2021-22 Turkish Airlines EuroLeague Regular Season in the books.

We rated the players on a scale of 1 to 10 in five different areas to reveal the competitive value of each so far this season.

Honorable mentions: Shavon Shields (AX Armani Exchange Milan), Elie Okobo (LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne)

#5 LORENZO BROWN (previous rank: new entry)

UNICS Kazan | Guard | August 26, 1990 | USA
13.1 pts | 4.1 reb | 5.1 ast | 1.6 stl | 0.1 blk | 2.9 tov | 29:55 min | 16.4 PIR | 14 G

Player performance: 9
Team’s course: 7
Role of the player: 8
Consistency: 7
Leadership: 8
Total: 39

To be fair, Lorenzo Brown has been playing very well since the beginning of the season. His solid showings were overshadowed by UNICS Kazan underperforming as a team. Bouncing back with seven wins in the last nine games, his team seems to have fully recovered from the sluggish start.

Zo has been maybe the most influential player during that ongoing comeback. Ranked 18th in points scored might not be impressive, but being second in assists and seventh in PIR display the extent of his contribution. Good stuff.