In first of his three seasons with Valencia, the great Fabricio Oberto helped the team win the 2003 ULEB Cup averaging 13.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists in the finals against Krka Novo Mesto
Guard Nacho Rodilla shined with season-high 15 points in Game 1 of the 2003 finals, helping Valencia to a 12-point road win.
Another great, center Dejan Tomasevic scored a EuroCup career-high 28 points in Game 1 win against Krka, helping Pamesa Valencia win the 2003 ULEB Cup crown.
In his one season with Valencia, Igor Rakocevic averaged 18.6 points, helping the team reach the 2005 semifinals (photo Valencia)
Guard Ruben Douglas spent three seasons with Pamesa Valencia, and in the 2007-08 shined averaging 16.2 points on 42.2% three-point shooting.
Victor Claver grew up with Valencia and played six professional seasons there, from 2006 to 2012. He won the 2010 EuroCup and was voted EuroCup Rising Star the same year.
In his two seasons with Valencia, from 2007 to 2009, Shammond Williams averaged 13.2 points and 4.5 assists, helping reach a pair of quarterfinals appearances.
Big man Kosta Perovic averaged 15.0 points and 5.5 rebounds at the 2010 EuroCup Finals in Vitoria-Gasteiz, leading the team to the title.
Nando De Colo spent three seasons with Valencia, and was team's top scorer with 13.6 points per game as the team won the 2010 crown.
Defensive ace Florent Pietrus spent five seasons with Valencia Basket, making 57 EuroCup appearances and helping the team win the 2010 title and reach the 2012 finals.
Two-time All-EuroCup forward, Justin Doellman led Valencia to club's third EuroCup title; he was named the 2014 Eurocup Finals MVP. (photo Miguel Ángel Polo - Valencia Basket)
Ceneter Serhiy Lishchuk spent six years with Valencia Basket, made 54 appearances in the EuroCup in Valencia uniform. (photo Valencia Basket - Miguel Angel Polo)
Rafa Martinez spent more than a decade with Valencia, winning titles in 2010, 2014 and 2019; all of his competition all-time high 144 appearances have come with Valencia. (photo Isaac Ferrera - Valencia Basket)
Romain Sato spent four seasons with Valencia Basket, making 70 EuroCup appearances, winning the title in 2014 and helping reach the finals series in the 2016-17.
In the last of his three seasons with Valencia, power forward Will Thomas was the 2018-19 EuroCup Finals MVP, leading Valencia to its fourth EuroCup crown.
Sam Van Rossom has been with Valencia since 2013, winning a pair of EuroCup titles, and earning All-EuroCup honors in the 2018-19 season.
Bojan Dubljevic is EuroCup all-time leader in points and PIR, and in Valencia uniform has won two EuroCup titles (2014, 2019), a pair of Rising Star awards (2013, 2014).