Giacomo Galanda's last EuroLeague season in 2005-06 was with Milan.
Dante Calabria played his second EuroLeague season in 2005-06 with Milan.
Danilo Gallinari played three EuroLeague seasons with Milan for a total 19 games.
Massimo Bulleri spent four seasons in Milan playing the EuroLeague.
David Hawkins played two of his five EuroLeague seasons in Milan for a total 26 games.
Morris Finley averaged 12.4 points in his debut season with Milan in 2009-10.
From 2008 to 2012, Mason Rocca wore the Milan jersey during 47 EuroLeague games.
After eight seasons in Fortitudo, Stefano Mancinelli landed in Milan where he played for three EuroLeague seasons.
Alessandro Gentile made his EuroLeague debut with Milan in 2011-12 and played there until 2016-17.
Scoring ace Keith Langford played two seasons in Milan and in 2013-14 he won the Alphonso Ford Top Scorer Trophy and was named to the All-EuroLeague First Team.
A star was born in 2010-11 when Nicolo Melli made his debut with Milan in the EuroLeague. He played a total nine EuroLeague seasons.
Daniel Hackett played in Milan from 2013 to 2015. He would win the EuroLeague title in 2019 with CSKA.
Samardo Samuels made his EuroLeague debut in Milan and played there for two seasons from 2013 to 2015.
Jamel McLean made an impact on his arrival to Milan in 2015 and played there for two seasons.
Andrea Cinciarini played the last five seasons in Milan for a total 82 EuroLeague games.
Arturas Gudaitis has been on of the main pillars of the Milan team in the last three EuroLeague seasons.
Kaleb Tarczewski has only played in Milan in his three EuroLeague seasons for 580 points and 443 rebounds in 82 games.
Veteran Vladimir Micov arrived to Milan in 2017 and is playing solid basketball in the Italian city.
Luis Scola returned to the EuroLeague after 13 years in the NBA. He chose Milan as his comeback team.
Two-time EuroLeague champ Sergio Rodriguez joined Milan in 2019 to try to lift the Italian team to a new level.