The EuroLeague MVP of the Month is the award of Europe's premier level basketball league, the EuroLeague, for the most valuable player of each month of the season. The award began in the 2004–05 season, after the EuroLeague eliminated the EuroLeague regular season and EuroLeague top 16 MVP awards. From the 2004–05 season to the 2015–16 season, the EuroLeague awarded an MVP for each month of the season, rather than giving MVP awards for the "regular season stage" (the first group stage of the competition), and the Top 16 stage (the second group stage of the competition), as it had done in earlier seasons.

EuroLeague Monthly MVPsEdit

October November December January February March April
2004–05 season
not awarded   Anthony Parker
(Maccabi)
  Serkan Erdoğan
(Ülkerspor)
  Theo Papaloukas
(CSKA)
  Jaka Lakovič
(Panathinaikos)
  Arvydas Macijauskas
(Baskonia)
  Marcus Brown
(CSKA)
2005–06 season
not awarded   Kaya Peker
(Efes)
  Jorge Garbajosa
(Unicaja)
  Juan Carlos Navarro
(FC Barcelona)
  Tyus Edney
(Olympiacos)
  Maceo Baston
(Maccabi)
  Trajan Langdon
(CSKA)
2006–07 season
not awarded   Mike Batiste
(Panathinaikos)
  Luis Scola
(Baskonia)
  Lazaros Papadopoulos
(Dynamo Moscow)
  Matjaž Smodiš
(CSKA)
  Daniel Santiago
(Unicaja)
  Ramūnas Šiškauskas
(Panathinaikos)
2007–08 season
not awarded   Arvydas Macijauskas
(Olympiacos)
  Marcus Brown
(Zalgiris)
  Terence Morris
(Maccabi)
  Bootsy Thornton
(Siena)
  Milt Palacio
(Partizan)
  Ramūnas Šiškauskas
(CSKA)
2008–09 season
  Ersan İlyasova
(FC Barcelona)
  Sani Bečirovič
(Roma)
  Lior Eliyahu
(Maccabi)
  Igor Rakočević
(Baskonia)
  Novica Veličković
(Partizan)
  Erazem Lorbek[fn 1]
(CSKA)
2009–10 season
  Bojan Popović
(Lietuvos Rytas)
  Pete Mickeal
(FC Barcelona)
 -  Aleks Marić
(Partizan)
  Miloš Teodosić
(Olympiacos)
  Alan Anderson
(Maccabi)
  Victor Khryapa
(CSKA)
  Juan Carlos Navarro
(FC Barcelona)
2010–11 season
  Goran Jagodnik
(Olimpija)
  Chuck Eidson
(Maccabi)
  Dimitris Diamantidis
(Panathinaikos)
  Juan Carlos Navarro
(FC Barcelona)
  Rasho Nesterovič
(Olympiacos)
  Jeremy Pargo
(Maccabi)
not awarded
2011–12 season
  Andrei Kirilenko
(CSKA)
  Nenad Krstić
(CSKA)
  Nikola Mirotić
(Real Madrid)
  Henry Domercant
(UNICS)
  Vassilis Spanoulis
(Olympiacos)
  Dimitris Diamantidis[fn 2]
(Panathinaikos)
2012–13 season
  Sonny Weems
(CSKA)
  Vassilis Spanoulis
(Olympiacos)
  Maciej Lampe
(Baskonia)
  Bobby Brown
(Siena)
  Ante Tomić
(FC Barcelona)
  Devin Smith
(Maccabi)
  Sergio Llull
(Real Madrid)
2013–14 season
  Nikola Mirotić
(Real Madrid)
  Derrick Brown
(Lokomotiv Kuban)
  Stratos Perperoglou
(Olympiacos)
  Nenad Krstić
(CSKA)
  Ante Tomić
(FC Barcelona)
  Ante Tomić
(FC Barcelona)
  Alex Tyus
(Maccabi)
2014–15 season
  Vassilis Spanoulis
(Olympiacos)
  Dario Šarić
(Efes)
  Devin Smith
(Maccabi)
  Nando de Colo
(CSKA)
  Rudy Fernández
(Real Madrid)
  Nemanja Bjelica
(Fenerbahçe)
  Georgios Printezis
(Olympiacos)
2015–16 season
  Malcolm Delaney
(Lokomotiv Kuban)
  Nicolò Melli
(Brose Baskets)
  Gustavo Ayón
(Real Madrid)
  Jan Veselý
(Fenerbahçe)
  Nando de Colo
(CSKA)
  Ioannis Bourousis
(Baskonia)
  Ekpe Udoh
(Fenerbahçe)
2016–17 season
  Miloš Teodosić
(CSKA Moscow)
  Sergio Llull
(Real Madrid)
  Nicolo Melli
(Brose Bamberg)
  Ognjen Kuzmić
(Crvena Zvezda)
  Thomas Heurtel[1]
(Efes)
  Chris Singleton
(Panathinaikos)
  Bogdan Bogdanović
(Fenerbahçe)
2017–18 season
  Luka Dončić
(Real Madrid)
  Nick Calathes
(Panathinaikos)
  Paulius Jankūnas
(Zalgiris)
  Nando de Colo
(CSKA)
  Alexey Shved
(Khimki)
  Tornike Shengelia
(Baskonia)
  Brandon Davies
(Zalgiris)
2018–19 season
  Edy Tavares
(Real Madrid)
  Vasilije Micić
(Efes)
  Jan Veselý
(Fenerbahçe)
  Alex Tyus
(Maccabi)
  Mike James
(Olimpia Milano)
  Nick Calathes
(Panathinaikos)
  Facundo Campazzo
(Real Madrid)