Will Clyburn of CSKA Moscow walked off with the Final Four MVP award on Sunday after his team downed Anadolu Efes Istanbul 83-91 for the Turkish Airlines EuroLeague title on Sunday in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.
Clyburn won the vote of the hundreds of media members at the Final Four after scoring 20 points in the championship game to go with the 18 he tallied when CSKA dethroned last season's champion, Real Madrid, in the semifinal on Friday. His 38 points tied for CSKA's highest total over the weekend.
Clyburn did much of his damage from three-point distance, hitting 7 of 10 shots from behind the arc, leading CSKA's sharpshooters for the weekend. He also tied for the team lead with 10 rebounds total between the two games.
Clyburn is playing in his third EuroLeague season and second with CSKA. He was voted by fans and media to the All-EuroLeague First Team and received that award on the eve of the championship game. He finished the season averaging 13.6 points per game to go with team-high averages of 6.8 rebounds and 17.5 performance index rating.