All-BBL First Team

G ​ Martin Hermannsson​ (ALBA Berlin)
Hermannsson had a very impressive assist rate of 42.5% in BBL play while also contributing
13.5 points per game.

G ​ Cameron Wells​ (s.Oliver Würzburg)
Cameron Wells was able to score 16.2 points per game on an efficient 65.4% true shooting in
addition to 5.5 assists per game.

F ​ Luke Sikma​ (ALBA Berlin)
One of the most consistent players in Europe, Sikma finished with twice as many assists as
turnovers in all but one of his 19 games in BBL. He finished with 10.0 points, 7.7 rebounds, and
4.8 assists per game.

F ​ Paul Zipser​ (Bayern Munich)
Zipser had an insane shooting performance this season. He shot 57.9% from 3 to average 12.2
points in just over 20 minutes per game on the season.

C ​ Rašid Mahalbašić​ (EWE Oldenburg) MVP
The “Austrian Jokić” lived up to his name this season with averages of 14.0 points, 7.3
rebounds, and 6.1 assists. Mahalbašić’s advanced stats are even more impressive than the raw
numbers with an assist percentage of 41.5% and defensive rebounding percentage of 26.5%.

All-BBL Second Team

G ​ Zoran Dragić​ (Ratiophram Ulm)
Zoran Dragić was incredible in 15 games before signing in Spain with Baskonia. He averaged a
league-high 19.9 points while carrying a 28.1% usage load.

G ​ Dewayne Russell​ (HARKO Merlins Crailsheim)
Russell was just starting to play his best basketball when the season ended abruptly. He had 5
straight 20 point games to finish the season, all of them coming in wins. His hot finish was
highlighted by a 28 point, 14 assist game against Braunschweig and a 22 point, 12 assist game
against ALBA Berlin.

G ​ Khadeen Carrington​ (MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg)
One of the best scorers in the league this season, Carrington used 42.3% 3-point shooting to
average 17.2 points for game for Ludwigsburg.


F ​ Assem Marei​ (Brose Bamberg)
Marei was a monster for Bamberg this season. He only played 18 minutes per game but in that
time, he scored 11.3 points, grabbed 5.9 rebounds (including 2.2 on offense alone) and had an
assist percentage of 19.6%.


C ​ Scott Eatherton​ (Braunschweig)
Save Zoran’s half of a season, Eatherton was the league leader in points (17.7) and rebounds
(8.3) doing it on an impressive 67.0% shooting from 2.

All-BBL Third Team

G ​ Kyan Anderson​ (BG Göttingen)
As Kyan goes, so does Göttingen this season. In 11 wins, Anderson averaged 23.5 points and 5
assists on 43.8% 3-point shooting while scoring 7.4 points and 4.3 assists on 24.4% 3-point
shooting in 10 losses.

G ​ Marcos Knight​ (MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg)
Knight dropped in 15.8 points a game while also contributing 5.3 rebounds, 3.1 assists, and 1.6

F ​ Rokas Giedraitis​ (ALBA Berlin)
Rokas was one of the most efficient scorers in Germany, shooting 41.3% from 3, 57.8% from 2
and 87.5% at the line to average 11.9 points per game.

F ​ Grant Jerrett​ (Ratiopharm Ulm)
Grant Jerrett was an extremely efficient scorer for Ulm this season, scoring well enough from
every spot for a 71% true shooting percentage.


C ​ Greg Monroe​ (Bayern Munich)
Greg Monroe only played 21 minutes per game in his first season in Europe but he still
managed to score an impressive 13.2 points in that time.

All-BBL U-23 Team

G ​ Killian Hayes​ (Ratiopharm Ulm)
2020 NBA First Round Pick Killian Hayes impressed scouts all season but especially in games
played at home. He averaged 13.5 points and 5.5 assists in the comfort of his home gym.

G ​ Sebastian Herrera​ (HARKO Merlins Crailsheim) MVP

Sebastian Herrera was great all season but especially when making the difference in a win. He
averaged 14.4 points on 65.4% true shooting with 4.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists in the Merlins’
15 wins this season.

F ​ Karim Jallow​ (Braunschweig)
Jallow was very impressive all season, scoring 13.4 points and grabbing 5.0 rebounds per

F ​ Louis Olinde​ (Brose Bamberg)
Olinde continued to expand his role in his 4th season with Bamberg. He averaged 6.8 points
and 5.3 rebounds as he becomes a longshot NBA prospect.

C ​ Leon Kratzer​ (Fraport Skyliners)
Kratzer had a very impressive season with 10.1 points and 7.7 rebounds per game. The young
big man ended the season with a 23 point (9-11 FG) and 12 rebound (7 offensive)
double-double, his fourth of the season.


Andrew Mastin