Dejan Milojevic only played one season in the EuroCup with Buducnost, but it would be the one that lifted his career to another level.
Dragan Vukcevic played the EuroCup with Buducnost in 2004-05 for a total 124 points in 9 games.
From 2003 to 2005, Milos Minic played a total 15 EuroCup games with Buducnost for 131 points and 26 rebounds.
Vladislav Dragojlovic played four EuroCup seasons, but only the last one in Buducnost, in 2007-08.
In 2007-08, Bojan Bakic played his last season in the EuroCup and only one with Buducnost even if he had played three years in the EuroLeague with the team.
Vladimir Micov started his continental career in Buducnost from 2007 to 2009. He would become an accomplished player and won the EuroCup in 2016.
Marko Simonovic spent two of his 10 EuroCup seasons with Buducnost, for 12 games and 99 points.
Bojan Dubljevic made his EuroCup debut in 2010 with Buducnost. He would win two EuroCup titles with Valencia, where he became a fan-favorite franchise player.
Cedomir Vitkovac played in Buducnost from 2011 to 2015 in the EuroCup, for a total 53 games.
Aleksa Popovic played five straight EuroCup seasons with Buducnost from 2010 to 2015. He totalled 378 points in 56 games.
In 2014-15 Darko Planinic played with the blue Buducnost jersey for 161 points and 58 rebounds in 16 games.
Omar Cook played the last two of his four EuroCup seasons with Buducnost, from 2014 to 2016.
Suad Sehovic played six of his seven EuroCup seasons with Buducnost for 566 points and 267 rebounds in 66 games.
Nemanja Gordic played five EuroCup seasons with Buducnost in two stints: from his debut in 2007 to 2011, and later from 2016 to 2018.
Danilo Nikolic has played a total 27 EuroCup games with Buducnost between 2017 and 2020 for 189 points.
In just his nine games with Buducnost during 2019-20, Justin Cobbs made an impact averaging 15.4 points.