Vlado Scepanovic played two EuroLeague seasons with Partizan in 2001-02 and 2003-04. He is now the new Partizan head coach.
Nenad Canak played a total 28 games and scored 241 for Partizan in his two EuroLeague seasons.
Milos Vujanic was one of the pearls of Partizan's youth system. He would go on to play a total eight EuroLeague seasons and was champ in 2007 with Panathinaikos.
Nenad Krstic made his EuroLeague debut in 2001 and played three seasons with Partizan, He would have an accomplished NBA career and then was back in Europe with CSKA and Efes.
From 2001 to 2004, Djuro Ostojic played 40 EuroLeague games with Partizan, scoring 382 points and pulling 239 rebounds.
Luka Bogdanovic played the first three of his five EuroLeague seasons with Partizan, from 2004 to 2007.
Kosta Perovic established himself as one of Europe's best young big men with Partizan from 2002 to 2007. He would play a total eight EuroLeague seasons.
Dejan Milojevic arrived to Partizan in 2004 and played there for two seasons in the EuroLeague. In his first season there, he averaged 20.8 points and 11.3 rebounds.
Predrag Drobnjak's only EuroLeague season with Partizan was in 2006-07, in which he played 20 games to average 15.7 points.
Nikola Pekovic played a total six seasons in the EuroLeague, four of them with Partizan in two stints. In 2007-08 he averaged 16.4 points in 23 games.
Novica Velickovic was a young talent that surprised many from 2005 to 2009 in Partizan. In fact, he was so young he won the Rising Star trophy on his fourth season in the league, in 2008-09. That season he was also named February MVP.
In his only EuroLeague season, Milt Palacio averaged 12.5 points in 23 games with Partizan.
Milenko Tepic played four EuroLeague seasons with Partizan in two stints. His best season was 2008-09 with 9.7 points in 19 games.
The biggest man to ever play in the EuroLeague, 2.29-meter Slavko Vranes, played in Partizan from 2007 to 2010.
Jan Vesely made his EuroLeague debut with Partizan and played there from 2008 to 2011. He was one of the main factors to lead Partizan to the 2010 Final Four.
Dusan Kecman was Partizan's guard in seven EuroLeague season divided into three stints.
Before becoming a Panathinaikos icon, James Gist started his 11-season EuroLeague career at Partizan in 2010.
In 2011-12, Milan Macvan played one of his five EuroLeague seasons at Partizan, averaging 15.3 points in 10 games.
From 2010 to 2014, Dragan Milosavljevic played four EuroLeague seasons with Partizan for 50 games and 418 points.
In 2013-14, Tarence Kinsey played on of his seven EuroLeague seasons at Partizan. He averaged 14.8 points in 16 games.