Jeremiah Massey's only EuroCup season was in 2011-12 with Loko. He averaged 15.9 points and 8.4 rebounds in 14 games.
Simas Jasaitis played a total six EuroCup seasons, one of them with Loko, with which he won his second totle in 2013. He had also won with Rytas in 2005.
Aleks Maric made his EuroCup debut with Loko in 2012 and helped the team win its only continental title so far.
Richard Hendrix played three seasons in Loko. In the first, he led the team to the EuroCup title in 2013 and was also named MVP of the finals.
In his only EuroCup season, Nick Calathes led Loko to the 2013 title with 12.9 points, 5.9 rebounds and 6.6 assists 17 games.
Derrick Brown made his European debut with Loko in 2012 to led the team to the EuroCup title. He played in Krasnodar three seasons.
Nikita Kurbanov has played a total four EuroCup seasons so far, his last one was with Loko in 2014-15 averaging 8.7 points in 20 games.
In 2014-15, Anthony Randolph made his European debut with Loko and quickly became one of the most dominant players in the EuroCup and, later, in the EuroLeague.
Mardy Collins played a total four EuroCup seasons, the last two of which with Loko for a total 39 games in Krasnodar.
Australian shooting ace Ryan Broekhoff arrived to Loko in 2015 and played there three seasons, the last two of them in the EuroCup.
Trevor Lacey played two EuroCup seasons in Loko from 2017 to 2019 for a total 284 points in 38 games.
Dmitry Kulagin arrived to Loko in 2017 and he's been playing there so far. He has appeared in 44 EuroCup games with the Krasnodar team.
From 2016 to 2019, Dmitry Khvostov played 56 EuroCup games with Loko for a total 228 points.
From 2018 to 2020 Vitaly Fridzon also played in the EuroCup with Loko. he played a total 24 games for 172 points.
In his only season with Loko so far, Johnny O'Bryant averaged 13.8 points and 5.1 boards in 10 games.