|Valencia Basket and Buducnost Voli each come into the quarterfinals with a handful of interior options. The hard-working Serhiy Lishchuk is a complimentary blue-collar player whose defense, rebounding, energy and rim-rocking dunks have helped make Valencia great. And though injuries have limited A.J. Ogilvy thus far, the big Australian has old-school center tools that allow him to score points in bunches, rebound well and change opponents’ shots. Buducnost’s Bojan Dubljevic, only 20 years old, has come into his own this season and is only getting better. He at least doubled his three-pointers made, rebounds and blocked shots from the regular season to the Last 16. When Dubljevic needs a breather, 2011 Eurocup champ Hasan Rizvic comes in with the size, strength and skill to take over any game. Rizvic joined the club before the Last 16 and with more time now could be an ace for Buducnost.