David Rivers started the 2000-01 season as a 35-year-old and averaged 9.6 points.
Dino Radja led Olympiacos in scoring (14.1ppg) and was second in the EuroLeague in rebounds (9.8rpg) in 2000-01.
Alphonso Ford was the top scorer in the EuroLeague in 2001-02 with 24.8 points a game.
Boris Gorenc was one of five double-digit scorers for Olympiacos' 2004-05 team.
Manolis Papamakarios led Olympiacos in steals in 2005-06.
Scoonie Penn showed his all-around game in 2006-07 (11.9ppg, 3.1rpg, 3.4apg) for Olympiacos.
Ioannis Bourousis not only averaged 12.5 points but was third in the EuroLeague with 7.4 rebounds in 2008-09.
Theo Papaloukas led the EuroLeague in assists (5.2apg) in his return to Olympiacos in 2008-09.
Milos Teodosic was one of three Olympiacos players with at least 3.6 assists in 2010-11.
Georgios Printezis scored one of the most famous baskets in Olympiacos history to end the 2011-12 season.
Pero Antic was a major contributor off the bench in Olympiacos' run to the 2012-13 title.
Despite coming off the bench at 1.98 meters, Kyle Hines was fifth in the EuroLeague in blocks in 2012-13.
Vassilis Spanoulis ranked fourth in scoring in the EuroLeague and third in assists in 2012-13.
Kostas Sloukas continued his development in 2013-14, averaging 6.5 points and 2.9 assists.
Bryant Dunston was a force in the middle, ranking fifth in the EuroLeague in blocks.
Nikola Milutinovic was a solid contributor in his first season with Olympiacos in 2015-16
Matt Lojeski proved to be an offensive spark off the bench, hitting 42.0% on threes in 2016-17.
Vangelis Mantzaris finished second in steals for Olympiacos in 2017-18.
Janis Strelnieks connected on 45.9% of his three-pointers and 86.8% of his free throws in 2018-19.
Kostas Papanikolaou did all of the little things for Olympiacos in 2018-19.