Stephane Risacher in the first of his four seasons with Unicaja, 2002-03.
Larry Lewis played two EuroLeague seasons with Unicaja in 2003-04 (pictured) and 2009-10.
Jorge Garbajosa in his first stint with Unicaja. He returned in 2011-12 for his last active season.
Walter Herrmann was one of the main players that lifted Unicaja to the European elite during his three-season stint there.
Carlos Cabezas was the starting point guard for Unicaja in the EuroLeague for eight seasons from 2001 to 2009.
In his first season with Unicaja, Jiri Welsch averaged 8.5 points to help the team reach its first and only Final Four to date.
Carlos Jimenez joined Unicaja in 2006 and took the team to the Athens Final Four in 2007.
Big man Daniel Santiago played three seasons with Unicaja. In 2006-07 he averaged 11.1 points and 4.9 rebounds.
In 2006-07 Ignacio De Miguel played his only season in Unicaja and helkped the team reach the Final Four.
The late Robert Archibald played his last three EuroLeague seasons in Malaga, for a total 42 games with Unicaja.
Berni Rodriguez played a total 11 seasons with Unicaja. He grew up there as a player and was team captain for many seasons.
Roderick Blakney played three EuroLeague seasons, the last of them in Malaga averaging 7.3 points in 12 games.
Joel Freeland made his EuroLeague debut with Unicaja and would play a total three seasons there.
Luka Zoric played in Unicaja from 2011 to 2013 for a total 40 games in the EuroLeague.
Fran Vazquez had two stints with Unicaja, the last from 2012 to 2016. He remains the Blocks King in the league (254).
Jayson Granger became a popular name in the EuroLeague already with his debut in the league spending two seasons in Malaga.
Big man Will Thomas made his EuroLeague debut with Unicaja in 2014 and played there for two seasons.
From 2013 to 2016, Mindaugas Kuzminskas became one of the best young players in the EuroLeague thanks to his 71 games with Unicaja.
Nemanja Nedovic spent two seasons in Unicaja. He averaged 16.8 points and 4.8 assists in 24 games during 2017-18.
Carlos Suarez arrived to Malaga in 2013 from Real Madrid and since then he has spent seven straight seasons with the team and has become team captain.