Tre'Shawn Thurman has earned MVP of the Round honors for the first time in his early BKT EuroCup career after guiding Wolves Vilnius to an improbable 90-88 comeback win against Besiktas Emlakjet Istanbul in Round 4 of the 2023-24 season.
Thurman finished with a game-high 31 points, of which 6 came in the final 10 seconds of the contest. En route to those 31 points, he went 8-of-9 on two-pointers and 4-of-6 from three-point range, while he made 3 of his 6 free throws. The Wolves forward also grabbed 7 rebounds, dished 1 assist, recorded 1 steal and drew 7 fouls en route to his round-leading 37 PIR. This was just the third EuroCup game for both Thurman and Wolves.