VTB announces preliminary list of players for the 2021 All-Star Game

2021-01-25T12:41:04+00:00 2021-01-25T12:42:13+00:00.

Giannis Askounis

25/Jan/21 12:41

Eurohoops.net

The fans send 66 players to the final stage of the 2021 VTB United League All-Star Game voting

By Johnny Askounis/ info@eurohoops.net

The VTB United League released on Monday the list of 66 players earning the most votes by fans ahead of the 2021 All-Star Game. Following the media votes, the Russian and World Stars will be set to collide on February 14 at Moscow’s VTB Arena.

Per the VTB United League: Fans make choice: extended list of All-Star Game participants is compiled!

Today, at 12:00 fans voting ended, it had been held since January 14 to 25 on social network VKontakte.

As it has ended, the extended list of All-Star Game participants was compiled, it consists of 66 players. From 9 Russian teams, 3 most popular players were chosen to the Russian Stars and 3 to the World Stars, from four foreign teams 3 to the World Stars.

Recall, that All-Star Game takes place in Moscow at VTB Arena in the form of Russian Stars vs World Stars. In the second stage of voting media will participate, they will form final teams’ rosters. Tickets to All-Star Game are available at https://allstar2021.vtb-league.com/

Extended list of All-Star Game participants:

% — vote percentage that shows Russian/ foreign players fans’ popularity.

Avtodor
Player Position %
1 Nikita Mikhailovskii Guard 55,8
2 Anton Kvitkovskikh Forward 28,8
3 Aleksandr Petenev Forward 9,2
Player Position %
1 Drew Gordon Center 42,1
2 Nate Mason Guard 21,3
3 Gian Clavell Guard 13,7
Astana
Player Position %
1 Jeremiah Hill Guard 62,3
2 Martins Meiers Center 11,0
3 Nikolay Bazhin Forward 7,2
Enisey
Player Position %
1 Mikhail Kulagin Guard 67,8
2 Sergei Mitusov Guard 11,9
3 Aleksandr Gudumak Center 5,7
Player Position %
1 Dustin Hogue Center 62,5
2 Jordan Mathews Guard 10,4
3 Leyton Hammonds Forward 9,8
Zielona Gora
Player Position %
1 Iffe Lundberg Guard 73,2
2 Marcel Ponitka Guard 8,5
3 Geoffrey Groselle Center 8,5
Zenit
Player Position %
1 Vitaly Fridzon Guard 52,6
2 Andrei Zubkov Forward 24,5
3 Vladislav Trushkin Forward 7,5
Player Position %
1 Kevin Pangos Guard 32,6
2 Mateusz Ponitka Forward 22,5
3 Austin Hollins Guard 19,3
Kalev
Player Position %
1 Marcus Keene Guard 31,9
2 Janari Joesaar Forward 19,4
3 Chavaughn Lewis Guard 17,6
Lokomotiv-Kuban
Player Position %
1 Stanislav Ilnitskiy Forward 44,6
2 Yaroslav Nyagu Center 22,7
3 Vladislav Emchenko Guard 16,0
Player Position %
1 Jordan Crawford Guard 46,7
2 Mindaugas Kuzminskas Forward 25,1
3 Mantas Kalnietis Guard 11,7
Nizhny Novgorod
Player Position %
1 Anton Astapkovich Forward 47,7
2 Evgenii Baburin Guard 19,5
3 Artem Komolov Guard 11,0
Player Position %
1 Kasey Shepherd* Guard
2 Luke Petrasek* Forward
3 Alexandre Gavrilovic* Center
PARMA
Player Position %
1 Maxim Grigoryev Guard 49,6
2 Gleb Sheiko Guard 21,8
3 Nikolai Zhmako Forward 11,2
Player Position %
1 Adas Juskevicius Guard 77,3
2 Mareks Mejeris Forward 7,3
Robert Johnson** Guard 5,3
3 Eigirdas Zukauskas Forward 4,5
UNICS
Player Position %
1 Georgy Zhbanov Forward 33,9
2 Evgeny Kolesnikov Guard 22,4
3 Artem Klimenko Center 15,1
Player Position %
1 Jamar Smith Guard 49,8
2 Isaiah Canaan Guard 30,2
3 Kostas Kaimakoglou Forward 4,7
Khimki
Player Position %
1 Alexey Shved Guard 42,5
2 Maxim Barashkov Forward 27,5
3 Viacheslav Zaitcev Guard 14,2
Player Position %
1 Devin Booker Forward 43,9
2 Errick McCollum Guard 19,2
3 Jordan Mickey Forward 16,7
Tsmoki-Minsk
Player Position %
1 Robert Lowery Guard 66,1
2 Kris Clyburn Guard 18,1
3 Uladzimir Verameyenka Center 5,8
CSKA
Player Position %
1 Nikita Kurbanov Forward 63,6
2 Joel Bolomboy Center 13,0
3 Ivan Ukhov Guard 7,8
Player Position %
1 Mike James Guard 67,5
2 Tornike Shengelia Forward 10,6
3 Nikola Milutinov Center 8,6

* – Kasey Shepherd, Luke Petrasek and Alexandre Gavrilovic (Nizhny Novgorod) automatically got into extended list
** – Robert Johnson left PARMA