Carlton Myers was second on PAF Bologna in scoring with 15.6 points per game in 2000-01.
One of the great shot blockers in basketball history, Stojan Vrankovic rejected 2.6 per game for PAF Bologna in 2000-01.
Andrea Meneghin had his best EuroLeague scoring season with 10.5 points for Skipper Bologna in 2001-02.
Skipper Bologna's Gregor Fucka was one of the premier big men in Europe at the start of the century.
Three-point ace Gianluca Basile was a pillar on Skipper Bologna teams for seven seasons.
Giacomo Galanda set a EuroLeague career high with 5.6 rebounds per game for Skipper Bologna in 2002-03.
Veteran big man Emilio Kovacic played his final EuroLeague season with Skipper Bologna in 2002-03.
With a team-best 16.3 points per game, Milos Vujanic led Skipper Bologna to the 2004 championship game.
Do-it-all forward Carlos Delfino helped Skipper Bologna reach the 2004 Final Four with a team-best 6.0 rebounds per game.
Hanno Mottola of Skipper Bologna is swamped by Maccabi Tel Aviv players in the 2004 championship game.
Skipper Bologna point guard Gianmarco Pozzecco was fifth in the league with 4.5 assists per game in 2003-04.
Erakem Lorbek of Climamio Bologna was the EuroLeague Rising Star for the 2004-05 season.
Future EuroCup Final MVP Ruben Douglas made his EuroLeague debut in 2004-05 with Climamio Bologna.
The 2004-05 season was Matjaz Smodis's fifth and final in Bologna - three with Virtus and two with Fortitudo.
Dalibor Bagaric was a force for Climamio Bologna in the paint in 2005-06, when he led the team in PIR with 13.0.
Travis Watson was among the EuroLeague's best rebounders in 2005-06 as a rookie with Climamio Bologna.
The 2005-06 season was Climamio Bologna guard Kiwane Garris's only one in the EuroLeague.
Stefano Mancinelli averaged a career-high 10.2 points for Climamio Bologna in 2006-07.
1999 champ and two-time All-EuroLeague selection Tyus Edney played his final EuroLeague season in 2006-07 for Climamio Bologna.
Climamio Bologna scorer Marco Belinelli played his final EuroLeague season in 2006-07.