Derrick Williams of Panathinaikos Athens may have narrowly missed out on sharing the Round 4 MVP award, but he did score the highest number of points in Round 4 with 28. Sasha Vezenkov of Olympiacos Piraeus is EuroLeague's top scorer with 23.0 points per game. Two players of varying sizes, the 2.01-meter Will Clyburn of Anadolu Efes Istanbul and the 2.21-meter Youssoupha Fall of LCLC ASVEL Villeurbanne, grabbed a round-high 11 rebounds for their respective teams. Vezenkov leads the EuroLeague with 10.3 rebounds per game.
There was another tie when it came to assists, as Vasilije Micic of Efes and Kevin Pangos of EA7 Emporio Armani Milan dished 11 assists in their teams' Round 4 victories. Micic averages a league-high 8.3 assists after four rounds. One player who stepped up defensively for AS Monaco against Panathinaikos was Jordan Loyd, as he had 4 steals in his team's victory. Thomas Walkup of Olympiacos tops the chart with 2.3 steals per game.
Then Christ Koumadje recorded the most blocks by any player in the EuroLeague so far this season with 6 during ALBA Berlin's 78-74 loss to Efes. Koumadje took over the league lead, now averaging 3.0 blocks per game.