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HEBA A1
Greek Basket League OPAP Logo
Sport Basketball
Founded 1927
Inaugural season 1927-28
Number of teams 14
Country Greece
Current champions Panathinaikos
(32nd title)
Official website Esake.gr Template:El icon
Basket.gr Template:El icon

The HEBA A1 (Greek: ΕΣΑΚΕ Α1), commonly referred to as the Greek Basketball League or Greek Basketball Championship, is the highest professional basketball league in Greece. It is run by the Hellenic Basketball Clubs Association (HEBA). The league is also known as the Basket League OPAP for sponsorship reasons.

It is ranked as one of the 3 "A" level national domestic leagues in European basketball by the ULEB League Rankings System. It consists of 14 teams and runs from October to June, with teams playing 26 games each during the regular season, and the top 8 teams then competing in the playoffs. The first official Greek Basketball Championship was held in the 1927-28 season.

History

Basketball first came to Greece in the year 1910. By the year 1925, the unofficial Greek championship had begun, and in 1927, the first official championship began. There have been four different official championship eras. The first era was the Panhellenic Championship (Πανελλήνιο Πρωτάθλημα), which lasted from the 1927-28 to 1962-63 seasons, when the champions of every regional district played each other to decide the Greek Champion. The second era started in the 1963-64 season, when the A National Category (Α' Εθνική Κατηγορία) was founded.

In 1969, the Hellenic Basketball Federation (E.O.K.) took over the duties of overseeing the competition, and did so until the year 1992. The third era of the championship existed between the 1986-87 and 1991-92 seasons, when the first division A1 National Category (Α1 Εθνική Κατηγορία), with a regular season and playoffs, and the second division A2 National Category (Α2 Εθνική Κατηγορία) were formed. The fourth era of the championship began in the 1992-93 season, when the Hellenic Basketball Clubs Association (HEBA) took over the competition and renamed the first division the HEBA A1 (ΕΣΑΚΕ Α1), and the second division the HEBA A2 (ΕΣΑΚΕ Α2).

The Greek League has been one of the most competitive basketball leagues in Europe through the years and it was widely regarded as the second best national league in the world after only the NBA in the 1990s decade. It currently ranks among the best national domestic leagues in the world (excluding the NBA), such as Liga ACB in Spain and Lega A in Italy. It is considered one of the 3 European "A" level leagues under the ULEB League Rankings System. The league has several great powers which belong to the most traditional European basketball clubs, especially the Euroleague giants Panathinaikos and Olympiacos. Other clubs that have had significant successes throughout the history of Greek basketball are Aris and AEK Athens. Along with PAOK, the aforementioned clubs are the most successful and widely supported in Greece.

Despite the championship having been contested 71 times, only nine different clubs have won it so far. The dominating club has always been Panathinaikos, having claimed the championship 32 times. Since its foundation, only three teams have participated in every season of the first division since 1964: Panathinaikos, AEK Athens and Aris.

Promotion and relegation

The championship, in its current form, has been organized since the 1992-93 season by the Hellenic Basketball Clubs Association (HEBA). 30 pro Greek basketball teams are split into two different divisions. The first division championship, which is called the "A1", in which 14 teams compete for the Greek National Championship, and the second division championship, which is called the "A2", in which 16 teams compete for the second division crown. The bottom two place finishing teams each year in the A1 division standings are relegated to the A2 division, due to poor performance. While conversely, the top two teams each year from the A2 division are promoted to the A1 division, due to good performance.

Arena standards

Currently, Greek clubs must play their home games in arenas that seat at least 1,000 people in order to play Greek domestic league matches. Starting with the 2012-13 season, clubs must play their home Greek League matches in arenas that seat at least 3,500 people. Several Greek clubs have two arenas that they primarily use. One for domestic Greek League matches, and one for European-wide matches.

Greek clubs that play in the Euroleague or the Eurocup, must play their home games in those leagues in arenas that fit the arena standards of those leagues. Currently, a 5,000 seat arena minimum for the Euroleague, and a 3,000 seat arena minimum for the Eurocup. Starting with the 2012-13 season, the minimum arena seating capacity to compete in the Euroleague will be 10,000, and the minimum arena seating capacity to compete in the Eurocup will be 5,000.

The clubs for the 2010-11 season

Club Position
2009-10
Greek League Arenas Capacity European Cups Arenas* Capacity
AEK
10th
Helliniko Olympic Arena, Athens <center>15,000[1] Helliniko Olympic Arena, Athens <center>15,000
Aris <center>7th Alexandrio Melathron, Thessaloniki <center>5,500[2] Alexandrio Melathron, Thessaloniki <center>5,500
Colossus <center>6th Venetoklio Indoor Hall, Rhodes <center>1,300[3]
Icarus <center>1st (A2) Glyfada Indoor Hall, Athens <center>5,000 Glyfada Indoor Hall, Athens <center>5,000
Ilisiakos <center>12th Ilissia Indoor Hall, Athens <center>1,700[4]
Iraklis <center>2nd (A2) Ivanofio Indoor Hall, Thessaloniki <center>2,500 <center>
Kavala <center>11th Kalamitsa Sports Center, Kavala <center>1,700[5]
Maroussi <center>3rd Maroussi Indoor Hall, Athens <center>2,000 OAKA Indoor Hall, Athens <center>19,250
Olympiacos <center>2nd Peace and Friendship Stadium, Athens <center>14,905[6] Peace and Friendship Stadium, Athens <center>14,905
Panathinaikos <center>1st OAKA Indoor Hall, Athens <center>19,250[7] OAKA Indoor Hall, Athens <center>19,250
Panellinios <center>4th Lamia Indoor Hall, Lamia <center> 3,660[8] Lamia Indoor Hall, Lamia <center> 3,660
Panionios <center>8th Glyfada Indoor Hall, Athens <center>5,000 Helliniko Olympic Arena, Athens <center>15,000
PAOK <center>5th PAOK Sports Arena, Thessaloniki <center>8,500[1] PAOK Sports Arena, Thessaloniki <center>8,500
Peristeri <center>9th Peristeri Arena, Athens <center>4,000[9] Peristeri Arena, Athens <center>4,000
  • *Arenas that meet ULEB European arena requirements, and where the clubs play their home games at if they are competing in the Euroleague and/or the Eurocup.


Champions

  • 1927-28 to 1962-63: Panhellenic Championship
  • 1963-64 to 1985-86: A National Category
  • 1986-87 to 1991-92: A1 National Category
  • 1992-93 to present: HEBA A1
Season Team
<center>1927–28 Iraklis
<center>1928–29 Panellinios
<center>1929–30 Aris
<center>1930–31 not held
<center>1931–32
<center>1932–33
<center>1933–34
<center>1934–35 Iraklis
<center>1935–36 Near East
<center>1936–37 Athens University
<center>1937–38 not held
<center>1938–39 Panellinios
<center>1939–40 Panellinios
<center>1940–41 not held due to World War II
<center>1941–42
<center>1942–43
<center>1943–44
<center>1944–45
<center>1945–46 Panathinaikos
<center>1946–47 Panathinaikos
<center>1947–48 not held
<center>1948–49 Olympiacos
<center>1949–50 Panathinaikos
<center>1950–51 Panathinaikos
<center>1951–52 not held
<center>1952–53 Panellinios
<center>1953–54 Panathinaikos
<center>1954–55 Panellinios
<center>1955–56 not held
<center>1956–57 Panellinios
<center>1957–58 AEK Athens
<center>1958–59 PAOK
<center>1959–60 Olympiacos
<center>1960–61 Panathinaikos
<center>1961–62 Panathinaikos
<center>1962–63 AEK Athens
Season Team
<center>1963–64 AEK Athens
<center>1964–65 AEK Athens
<center>1965–66 AEK Athens
<center>1966–67 Panathinaikos
<center>1967–68 AEK Athens
<center>1968–69 Panathinaikos
<center>1969–70 AEK Athens
<center>1970–71 Panathinaikos
<center>1971–72 Panathinaikos
<center>1972–73 Panathinaikos
<center>1973–74 Panathinaikos
<center>1974–75 Panathinaikos
<center>1975–76 Olympiacos
<center>1976–77 Panathinaikos
<center>1977–78 Olympiacos
<center>1978–79 Aris
<center>1979–80 Panathinaikos
<center>1980–81 Panathinaikos
<center>1981–82 Panathinaikos
<center>1982–83 Aris
<center>1983–84 Panathinaikos
<center>1984–85 Aris
<center>1985–86 Aris
Season Team
<center>1986–87 Aris
<center>1987–88 Aris
<center>1988–89 Aris
<center>1989–90 Aris
<center>1990–91 Aris
<center>1991–92 PAOK
<center>1992–93 Olympiacos
<center>1993–94 Olympiacos
<center>1994–95 Olympiacos
<center>1995–96 Olympiacos
<center>1996–97 Olympiacos
<center>1997–98 Panathinaikos
<center>1998–99 Panathinaikos
<center>1999–00 Panathinaikos
<center>2000–01 Panathinaikos
<center>2001–02 AEK Athens
<center>2002–03 Panathinaikos
<center>2003–04 Panathinaikos
<center>2004–05 Panathinaikos
<center>2005–06 Panathinaikos
<center>2006–07 Panathinaikos
<center>2007–08 Panathinaikos
<center>2008–09 Panathinaikos
<center>2009–10 Panathinaikos
<center>2010–11 Panathinaikos

Performance by club

Club Champions Winning years
Panathinaikos <center>32 1946, 1947, 1950, 1951, 1954, 1961, 1962, 1967, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
Aris <center>10 1930, 1979, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991
Olympiacos <center>9 1949, 1960, 1976, 1978, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997
AEK Athens <center>8 1958, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1970, 2002
Panellinios <center>6 1929, 1939, 1940, 1953, 1955, 1957
PAOK <center>2 1959, 1992
Iraklis <center>2 1928, 1935
Near East <center>1 1936
Athens University <center>1 1937

A1 Finals

Season Home court advantage Result Home court disadvantage 1st of Regular Season Record
<center>1992–93 Panathinaikos <center>1–3 Olympiacos PAOK <center>22–4
<center>1993–94 Olympiacos <center>3–2 PAOK Olympiacos <center>22–4
<center>1994–95 Olympiacos <center>3–2 Panathinaikos Olympiacos <center>24–2
<center>1995–96 Olympiacos <center>3–2 Panathinaikos Olympiacos <center>24–2
<center>1996–97 Olympiacos <center>3–1 AEK Athens Olympiacos <center>21–5
<center>1997–98 Panathinaikos <center>3–2 PAOK Olympiacos <center>21–5
<center>1998–99 Olympiacos <center>2–3 Panathinaikos Olympiacos <center>21–5
<center>1999–00 Panathinaikos <center>3–0 PAOK Olympiacos <center>21–5
<center>2000–01 Panathinaikos <center>3–2 Olympiacos Panathinaikos <center>22–4
<center>2001–02 AEK Athens <center>3–2 Olympiacos AEK Athens <center>23–3
<center>2002–03 Panathinaikos <center>3–1 AEK Athens Panathinaikos <center>21–5
<center>2003–04 Panathinaikos <center>3–0 Maroussi Panathinaikos <center>22–4
<center>2004–05 Panathinaikos <center>3–1 AEK Athens Panathinaikos <center>22–4
<center>2005–06 Panathinaikos <center>3–0 Olympiacos Panathinaikos <center>24–2
<center>2006–07 Panathinaikos <center>3–2 Olympiacos Panathinaikos <center>24–2
<center>2007–08 Panathinaikos <center>3–2 Olympiacos Panathinaikos <center>23–3
<center>2008–09 Olympiacos <center>1–3 Panathinaikos Olympiacos <center>25–1
<center>2009-10 Panathinaikos <center>3–1 Olympiacos Panathinaikos <center>25–1
<center>2010–11 Olympiacos <center>1–3 Panathinaikos Olympiacos <center>26–0

By Club

Club W L Total
Panathinaikos <center>13 <center>3 <center>16
Olympiacos Piraeus <center>5 <center>9 <center>14
AEK Athens <center>1 <center>3 <center>4
PAOK <center>0 <center>3 <center>3
Maroussi <center>0 <center>1 <center>1

Number of seasons in the A and A1 National Categories by club (1963-64 - 2010-11)

The number of times that clubs participated in the top A National Category, while it existed from the 1963-64 season to the 1985-86 season. As well as the number of times that clubs have participated in the top A1 National Category, since it began with the 1986-87 season. Only three clubs, Panathinaikos, Aris, and AEK Athens have played in the top division every year since its formation.

  • 1963-64 to 1985-86: A National Category
  • 1986-87 to 1991-92: A1 National Category
  • 1992-93 to present: HEBA A1
Club Times
<center>Panathinaikos <center>48
<center>Aris <center>48
<center>AEK Athens <center>48
<center>PAOK <center>47
<center>Olympiacos Piraeus <center>45
<center>Iraklis <center>41
<center>Panionios <center>40
<center>Sporting <center>31
<center>Panellinios <center>30
<center>Apollon Patras <center>27
<center>Maroussi <center>23
<center>Peristeri <center>20
<center>Pagrati <center>17
<center>Larissa <center>16
<center>XANO <center>12
<center>Ionikos Nikaias <center>12
<center>Dimokritos <center>9
<center>Dafni <center>8
<center>Iraklio <center>8
<center>Near East <center>7
Club Times
<center>Papagou <center>7
<center>Esperos <center>6
<center>Makedonikos <center>6
<center>Olympia <center>6
<center>Colossus <center>5
<center>Ilisiakos <center>5
<center>BAO <center> 5
<center>Triton <center>4
<center>Amyntas <center>4
<center>Ionikos NF <center>4
<center>Kavala <center>3
<center>Egaleo <center>3
<center>Aetos <center>3
<center>Anatolia <center>2
<center>HAN Nikaias <center>2
<center>Apollon Kalamarias <center>2
<center>Niki Volou <center>2
<center>Philippos <center>2
<center>Milonas <center>2
<center>Ambelokipi <center>2
Club Times
<center>Peiraikos <center>2
<center>Olympiada Patras <center>2
<center>Trikala <center>2
<center>Pierikos <center>1
<center>Serron <center>1
<center>MENT <center>1
<center>KAOD <center>1
<center>Rethymno <center>1
<center>Ikaros <center>1

The best regular season records in the history of the A and A1 National Categories (1963–2011)

[10][11]

  • 1963-64 to 1985-86: A National Category
  • 1986-87 to 1991-92: A1 National Category
  • 1992-93 to present: HEBA A1
Season Team Regular Season
Record
Playoff Record Final Record
(Including Playoffs)
Final Season
Result
1985-86 Aris <center>26-0 <center>0-0 <center>26-0 <center>Champion
1967-68 AEK Athens <center>22-0 <center>0-0 <center>22-0 <center>Champion
1975-76 Olympiacos <center>22-0 <center>0-0 <center>22-0 <center>Champion
1986-87 Aris <center>18-0 <center>3-0 <center>21-0 <center>Champion
1987-88 Aris <center>18-0 <center>3-0 <center>21-0 <center>Champion
1979-80 Panathinaikos <center>16-0 <center>12-2 <center>28-2 <center>Champion
2010-11 Olympiacos <center>26-0 <center>6–3 <center>32–3 <center>Runner-up
1984-85 Aris <center>25-1 <center>0-0 <center>25-1 <center>Champion
2009-10 Panathinaikos <center>25-1 <center>8-1 <center>33-2 <center>Champion
2008-09 Olympiacos <center>25-1 <center>6-3 <center>31-4 <center>Runner-up

The best regular season records of the HEBA A1 (1992–2011)

Season Team Regular Season
Record
Playoff Record Final Record
(Including Playoffs)
Final Season
Result
2010-11 Olympiacos <center>26–0 <center>6–3 <center>32–3 <center>Runner-up
2009-10 Panathinaikos <center>25-1 <center>8-1 <center>33-2 <center>Champion
2008-09 Olympiacos <center>25-1 <center>6-3 <center>31-4 <center>Runner-up
2005-06 Panathinaikos <center>24-2 <center>8-0 <center>32-2 <center>Champion
2006-07 Panathinaikos <center>24-2 <center>8-2 <center>32-4 <center>Champion
1994-95 Olympiacos <center>24-2 <center>Champion
1995-96 Olympiacos <center>24-2 <center>8-3 <center>31-5 <center>Champion
1994-95 Panathinaikos <center>24-2 <center>Runner-up
2010-11 Panathinaikos <center>24-2 <center>7-1 <center>31-3 <center>Champion
2007-08 Panathinaikos <center>23-3 <center>8-2 <center>31-5 <center>Champion
2001-02 AEK Athens <center>23-3 <center>5-2 <center>28-5 <center>Champion

Greek League awards

MVP Award

[12][13]

Season MVP Team
1987-88 Template:Country Flag USA-Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Galis Aris Thessaloniki
1988-89 Template:Country Flag USA-Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Galis Aris Thessaloniki
1989-90 Template:Country Flag USA-Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Galis Aris Thessaloniki
1990-91 Template:Country Flag USA-Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Galis Aris Thessaloniki
1991-92 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas Olympiacos Piraeus
1992-93 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas Olympiacos Piraeus
1993-94 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas Olympiacos Piraeus
1994-95 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas Olympiacos Piraeus
1995-96 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas Olympiacos Piraeus
1996-97 Template:Country Flag USA David Rivers Olympiacos Piraeus
1997-98 Template:Country Flag Serbia Peja Stojaković PAOK
1998-99 Template:Country Flag Serbia Dejan Bodiroga Panathinaikos
1999-00 Template:Country Flag Serbia Željko Rebrača Panathinaikos
2000-01 Template:Country Flag USA Alphonso Ford Peristeri
2001-02 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimos Dikoudis AEK Athens
2002-03 Template:Country Flag Greece Fragiskos Alvertis Panathinaikos
2003-04 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Iraklis
2004-05 Template:Country Flag Slovenia Jaka Lakovič Panathinaikos
2005-06 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos
2006-07 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos
2007-08 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos
2008-09 Template:Country Flag Greece Vassilis Spanoulis Panathinaikos
2009-10 Template:Country Flag USA Mike Batiste Panathinaikos
2010-11 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Diamantidis Panathinaikos

Best Young Player

Coach of the Year

Scoring leaders (since the 1963-64 season)

Season Scoring Leader Team Scoring Average
1963-64 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Kolokithas Sporting <center>
1964-65 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Amerikanos AEK <center>
1965-66 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Kolokithas Panathinaikos <center>
1966-67 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Kolokithas Panathinaikos <center>
1967-68 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Amerikanos AEK <center>
1968-69 Template:Country Flag Greece Takis Maglos Pagrati <center>
1969-70 Template:Country Flag Greece Vasilis Goumas Panellinios <center>
1970-71 Template:Country Flag Greece Paraschos Tsantalis Panellinios <center>
1971-72 Template:Country Flag Greece Aristeidis Moumoglou Iraklis <center>
1972-73 Template:Country Flag Greece Kostas Diamantopoulos Sporting <center>
1973-74 Template:Country Flag Greece Vasilis Goumas Panellinios <center>
1974-75 Template:Country Flag Greece Vasilis Goumas Panellinios <center>
1975-76 Template:Country Flag Greece Harris Papageorgiou Aris <center>
1976-77 Template:Country Flag Greece Vasilis Goumas Panellinios <center>
1977-78 Template:Country Flag Greece Pavlos Stamelos Sporting <center>
1978-79 Template:Country Flag Greece Harris Papageorgiou Aris <center>
1979-80 Template:Country Flag Greece Panagiotis Yiannakis Ionikos Nikaias <center>
1980-81 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>43.9
1981-82 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>37.6
1982-83 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>36.2
1983-84 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>41.2
1984-85 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>37.1
1985-86 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>39.3
1986-87 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>39.7
1987-88 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>37.4
1988-89 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>37.7
1989-90 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>38.8
1990-91 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA Nikos Galis Aris <center>35.3
1991-92 Template:Country Flag Serbia Žarko Paspalj Olympiacos <center>33.7
1992-93 Template:Country Flag USA Richard Rellford Dafni <center>27.9
1993-94 Template:Country Flag USA Mitchell Wiggins Milon <center>31.3
1994-95 Template:Country Flag USA Walter Berry Iraklis <center>29.1
1995-96 Template:Country Flag USA Mitchell Wiggins Sporting <center>29.5
1996-97 Template:Country Flag USA Alphonso Ford Papagou <center>24.6
1997-98 Template:Country Flag USA Tony Dawson Apollon Patras <center>26.1
1998-99 Template:Country Flag USA Alphonso Ford Sporting <center>22.3
1999-00 Template:Country Flag USA Alphonso Ford Peristeri <center>22.2
2000-01 Template:Country Flag USA Alphonso Ford Peristeri <center>23.7
2001-02 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Chatzivrettas Iraklis <center>22.2
2002-03 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Diamantopoulos Panionios <center>26.5
2003-04 Template:Country Flag Greece Nestoras Kommatos Aris <center>21.5
2004-05 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Ikonomou Panionios <center>18.7
2005-06 Template:Country Flag Croatia Damir Mulaomerović Panellinios <center>21.1
2006-07 Template:Country Flag USA Kee Kee Clark Egaleo <center>18.8
2007-08 Template:Country Flag USA Anthony Grundy Panellinios <center>21.5
2008-09 Template:Country Flag USA Anthony Grundy Panellinios <center>15.1
2009-10 Template:Country Flag USA Josh Childress Olympiakos <center>15.3
2010-11 Template:Country Flag Guyana-Template:Country Flag USA Rawle Marshall PAOK <center>17.2

Rebounding leaders (since the 1986-87 season)

Season Rebounding Leader Team Rebounding Average
1986-87 Template:Country Flag Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas PAOK <center>15.5
1987-88 Template:Country Flag Greece-Template:Country Flag USA David Stergakos Panathinaikos <center>12.2
1988-89 Template:Country Flag USA Mark Landsberger Panionios <center>17.9
1989-90 Template:Country Flag USA Earl Harrison Pagrati <center>15.3
1990-91 Template:Country Flag USA Earl Harrison Pagrati <center>12.8
1991-92 Template:Country Flag USA Antonio Davis Panathinaikos <center>14.6
1992-93 Template:Country Flag USA Roy Tarpley Aris <center>17.2
1993-94 Template:Country Flag USA Rod Sellers Apollon Patras <center>14.3
1994-95 Template:Country Flag USA Thomas Jordan Pagrati <center>13.9
1995-96 Template:Country Flag Puerto Rico José Ortiz Iraklio <center>13.3
1996-97 Template:Country Flag Cuba Andres Guibert Sporting <center>11.3
1997-98 Template:Country Flag Croatia Dino Rađa Panathinaikos <center>13.0
1998-99 Template:Country Flag USA Erik Meek Maroussi <center>11.3
1999-00 Template:Country Flag USA James Forrest Iraklio <center>10.9
2000-01 Template:Country Flag Croatia Dino Rađa Olympiacos <center>11.8
2001-02 Template:Country Flag Cuba Andres Guibert KAOD <center>10.1
2002-03 Template:Country Flag USA Ben Handlogten Makedonikos <center>12.8
2003-04 Template:Country Flag USA Travis Watson Panionios <center>11.1
2004-05 Template:Country Flag USA Travis Watson Panionios <center>10.0
2005-06 Template:Country Flag USA Jeremiah Massey GS Larissas <center>9.3
2006-07 Template:Country Flag USA Andre Hutson Panionios <center>8.6
2007-08 Template:Country Flag USA K'zell Wesson AEK <center>8.9
2008-09 Template:Country Flag USA Torin Francis AEL 1964 <center>8.8
2009-10 Template:Country Flag USA Chris Massie Trikala <center>10.7
2010-11 Template:Country Flag USA Cedric Simmons Kavala <center>9.8

A1 National Category all-time cumulative stats leaders (since the 1986-87 season)

  • This counts only the stats since the two divisions were formed, starting with the 1986-87 season.
  • Counting only games played in the A1 Division, and not counting any games played in the A2 Division or the Greek Cup:
  • 1986-87 to 1991-92: A1 National Category
  • 1992-93 to present: HEBA A1
  • *Currently Active Players
  • Last update: 20 June 2011
Rank Player Games
1 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Boudouris 574
2 Template:Country Flag Greece Fragiskos Alvertis 525
3 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas 485
4 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Chatzis* 479
5 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Papanikolaou* 466
6 Template:Country Flag Greece Angelos Koronios 448
7 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Kalaitzis* 443
8 Template:Country Flag Greece Kostas Tsartsaris* 405
9 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Chatzivrettas* 400
10 Template:Country Flag Serbia Milan Tomić 385
Rank Player Points
1 Template:Country Flag Greece Angelos Koronios 7.080
2 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Galis 6.549
3 Template:Country Flag Serbia Bane Prelevic 5.004
4 Template:Country Flag Greece Panagiotis Liadelis 4.808
5 Template:Country Flag Greece Fragiskos Alvertis 4.698
6 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Chatzis* 4.602
7 Template:Country Flag Greece John Korfas 4.534
8 Template:Country Flag Serbia Žarko Paspalj 4.104
9 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Chatzivrettas* 4.048
10 Template:Country Flag Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas 4.045
Rank Player Assists
1 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Diamantidis* 1.383
2 Template:Country Flag Greece Angelos Koronios 1.264
3 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Vetoulas 1.093
4 Template:Country Flag Greece John Korfas 1.060
5 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas 1.059
6 Template:Country Flag Greece Vassilis Spanoulis* Template:0 984
7 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Boudouris Template:0 979
8 Template:Country Flag Greece Lefteris Kakiousis Template:0 846
9 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Chatzis* Template:0 815
10 Template:Country Flag Serbia Milan Tomić Template:0 802
Rank Player Steals
1 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Diamantidis* 605
2 Template:Country Flag Greece Angelos Koronios 583
3 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas 547
4 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Boudouris 514
5 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Vetoulas 460
6 Template:Country Flag Greece Manolis Papamakarios* 430
7 Template:Country Flag Greece Fanis Christodoulou 394
8 Template:Country Flag Greece Nikos Chatzis* 372
9 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Kalaitzis* 338
10 Template:Country Flag Greece Panagiotis Giannakis 338
Rank Player Rebounds
1 Template:Country Flag Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas 3.097
2 Template:Country Flag Croatia Stojko Vranković 2.138
3 Template:Country Flag Greece Kostas Tsartsaris* 1.966
4 Template:Country Flag Greece Fanis Christodoulou 1.890
5 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Karagoutis 1.838
6 Template:Country Flag USA Walter Berry 1.765
7 Template:Country Flag Greece Giorgos Sigalas 1.719
8 Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Papadopoulos 1.663
9 Template:Country Flag USA Tony Costner 1.626
10 Template:Country Flag Greece Giannis Bourousis* 1.599
Rank Player Blocks
1 Template:Country Flag Greece Panagiotis Fasoulas 929
2 Template:Country Flag Croatia Stojko Vranković 610
3 Template:Country Flag Serbia Dragan Tarlać 256
4 Template:Country Flag USA Walter Berry 227
5 Template:Country Flag Greece Kostas Tsartsaris* 212
6 Template:Country Flag Russia Anatoly Zourpenko 208
7 Template:Country Flag Greece Giannis Bourousis* 200
8 Template:Country Flag USA Tony Costner 193
9 Template:Country Flag Greece Giannis Papagiannis 192
10 Template:Country Flag Greece Giannis Giannoulis 184
Rank Player Best Tendex Performances
1. Template:Country Flag Greece Dimitris Mavroeidis 1.991 (29/5/2010)
2. Template:Country Flag USA Roy Tarpley 1.941 (21 October 1992)
3. Template:Country Flag Ukraine Alexander Volkov 1.921 (19 November 1994)
4. Template:Country Flag Germany Misan Nikagbatse 1.903 (2 November 2002)

See also

NBA players that have played in the Greek League

The following is a list of players that have played in both the NBA and the Greek League. Player nationalities are listed as the players are registered in the league (through 2009-10 season). List may be incomplete.

(Non-EU Players - Template:Country Flag USA USA):

(Non-EU Players):

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Unsigned NBA Draft picks that have played in the Greek League

The following is a list of unsigned NBA Draft picks that have played in the Greek League. Player nationalities are listed as the players are registered in the league (through 2009-10 season). List may be incomplete.

Other notable players that have played in the Greek League

The following is a list of some other notable players that have played in the Greek League. Player nationalities are listed as the players were registered in the league at the time they played in Greece (through 2009-10 season). This does not necessarily reflect changes of nationality after the named player left the Greek League—for example, J. R. Holden now has Russian nationality along with American. List may be incomplete.

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