Kyle Hines over the course of his third season in Milan has a chance to become the EuroLeague’s all-time leader in games played. Hines has already appeared in 357 games during his 12 EuroLeague seasons with Brose Bamberg, Olympiacos Piraeus, CSKA Moscow and EA7 Emporio Armani Milan. Hines enters the season tied for the fourth place all-time with retired Felipe Reyes. Also in front of him on that list are Vassilis Spanoulis (358) and Georgios Printezis (375). The all-time leader in games played is now-retired Zalgiris Kaunas legend Paulius Jankunas (392), which means Hines would need to appear in 35 games to at least tie for first place. Interestingly, Hines had played in 36 games or more in each of his last three full seasons.
Hines is also the all-time leader for games won in the EuroLeague, 255, 19 more than the second on the list, Sergio Llull. Sergio Rodriguez is next among the active players, Rudy Fernandez is tenth. Hines is also protecting his first place as the two-point field goals made all-time leader. He is first also for offensive rebounds, third for total rebounds, ninth in terms of points scored.