Career: Sakalai Vilnius (Lithuania-LKL, 1996-99), Lietuvos rytas Vilnius (Lithuania-LKL, 1999-2004), Benetton Treviso (Italy-Lega, 2004-06), Panathinaikos Athens (Greece-ESAKE, 2006-07), CSKA Moscow (Russia-Superliga, 2007-08).
After losing the 2006-07 Euroleague final to Panathinaikos, CSKA Moscow coach Ettore Messina called Pana’s Ramunas Siskauskas the best small forward in Europe. A year later, Siskauskas proved “the Professor” was right on target when the Lithuanian swingman guided Messina’s CSKA to another Euroleague Final Four triumph. By winning in Madrid, Siskauskas became only the third player in history to win back-to-back Euroleague titles with two different teams (Sarunas Jasikevicius and Dejan Bodiroga are the others). Winning the Euroleague Regular Season Most Valuable Player award proves that Siskauskas, who played at the last Olympics for the Baltic giants, is just hitting his prime and should be ready for another impressive performance with the White and Greens.