The ACB announced this Tuesday the two best quintets in the Endesa League and among the ten players selected, before the start of the playoffs, there is no representative of Barça, third placed in the regular season.

Facu Campazzo (Real Madrid), Andrés Feliz (Joventut Badalona), Markus Howard (Baskonia), Dylan Osetkowski (Unicaja) and Giorgi Shermadini (Lenovo Tenerife) have been chosen as the best quintet of the Endesa League 2023-24 by a jury made up of parts equal by ACB coaches and players, media and fans.

In the case of Campazzo, it is the third time that he appears in this classification, to which he adds a couple of appearances in the second best quintet in the league. This season he has been second in recoveries (1.5), free throw percentage (90.7%) and plus/minus ranking (8.5) and fourth in assists. He was the technicians’ favorite.

Dominican Andrés Feliz has led Joventut for the second consecutive season. He has been the sixth best scorer, with fifteen points on average, the seventh highest rated and eleventh in number of assists distributed.

Baskonista Markus Howard repeats in his second season in the best quintet. He has been the most voted by the media after finishing leader in points (19.4) and in triples (3.7), and being among the top five in both free throws (5th, with 3.6) and in percentage from the personnel line (4th, with 89.3%).

Another of the sensations of the season has been Unicaja’s American Dylan Osetkowski, who makes his debut in this classification and has been the one who has received the most support from the fans. “With more triples and better effectiveness (39.3%) than in the previous year, his constant presence made him the leader of the leader, with the merit of doing so in a team as coral as Unicaja,” highlighted the ACB of whom It has been sixth in the plus/minus in the Endesa League (6.3).

The best quintet in the competition is closed by a regular on these lists, Giorgi Shermadini in what is his fifth appearance. In the voting, the Lenovo Tenerife center was the favorite for the players after finishing the regular phase as the third most valued. The Georgian appears in three more statistical Top5 in the League: Second in shots from two (70.3%) and fifth in both dunks (1.3) and fouls received (4.6), in addition to accumulating two trophies for Best Player of the month and four awards as Player of the Day.

The ACB also announced this Tuesday the second best quintet of the season, made up of Marcelinho Huertas (Lenovo Tenerife), Jean Montero (MoraBanc Andorra), Brancou Badio (BAXI Manresa), Nico Brussino (Dreamland Gran Canaria) and Chima Moneke (Baskonia) .