Milwaukee Bucks Best Players of All Time

The Milwaukee Bucks are an iconic team with a rich history. Founded in 1968, they have been entertaining fans for over 50 years and counting. With their home at Fiserv Forum, the Bucks have established themselves as one of the top teams in the NBA’s Eastern Conference Central Division. Led by former U.S Senator Herb Kohl until 2014, and now under new ownership from Marc Lasry, Wesley Edens and Jamie Dinan, The Bucks continue to bring exciting basketball action every season to their passionate fan base all across Wisconsin.

1. Giannis Antetokounmpo

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Giannis Antetokounmpo Career

  • NBA draft 2013 / Round: 1 / Pick: 15th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2011–present
  • 2011–2013: Filathlitikos
  • 2013–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (2021), NBA Finals MVP (2021), 2× NBA Most Valuable Player (2019, 2020), 6× NBA All-Star (2017–2022), NBA All-Star Game MVP (2021), 4× All-NBA First Team (2019–2022), 2× All-NBA Second Team (2017, 2018), NBA Defensive Player of the Year (2020), 4× NBA All-Defensive First Team (2019–2022), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2017), NBA Most Improved Player (2017), NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2014), NBA 75th Anniversary Team, FIBA EuroBasket Top Scorer (2022), Euroscar Player of the Year (2018)

Giannis Antetokounmpo is a dominant player in the NBA. He was drafted 15th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2013 and has since become one of their key players.

Giannis Antetokounmpo was born on December 6, 1994 in Athens, Greece. His father played basketball professionally and his brother alsoplays basketball professionally.

Antetokounmpo started playing professional basketball for Filathlitikos aged just 16 years old and quickly established himself as one of Europe's best young prospects.

In 2011, he was signed by the then-struggling Milwaukee Bucks and made an instant impact on the team - averaging 17 points per game over his first two seasons with them.

In 2016, he led Greece to its first ever appearance at an Olympic Games medal podium when they finished fourth overall at Rio de Janeiro – earning him selection to Team EuroBasket 2017 where he helped lead them to silver medals once again.

With averages of 27 points, 11 rebounds and four assists per game across all competitions this season (2018/19), Giannis Antetokounmpo is arguably one of the most consistent players in both European AND North American leagues – making him an extremely difficult opponent for any opposing player.

2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Center

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Career

  • High school: Power Memorial, (New York City, New York)
  • College: UCLA (1966–1969)
  • NBA draft 1969 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 1969–1989
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 33
  • Coaching career: 1998–2011
  • 6× NBA champion (1971, 1980, 1982, 1985, 1987, 1988), 2× NBA Finals MVP (1971, 1985), 6× NBA Most Valuable Player (1971, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1980), 19× NBA All-Star (1970–1977, 1979–1989), 10× All-NBA First Team (1971–1974, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1984, 1986), 5× All-NBA Second Team (1970, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1985), 5× NBA All-Defensive First Team (1974, 1975, 1979–1981), 6× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1970, 1971, 1976–1978, 1984), NBA Rookie of the Year (1970), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1970), 2× NBA scoring champion (1971, 1972), NBA rebounding champion (1976), 4× NBA blocks leader (1975, 1976, 1979, 1980), NBA anniversary teams (35th, 50th, 75th), No. 33 retired by Milwaukee Bucks, No. 33 retired by Los Angeles Lakers, 3× NCAA champion (1967–1969), 3× NCAA final Four Most Outstanding Player (1967–1969), 3× National college player of the year (1967–1969), 3× Consensus first-team All-American (1967–1969), No. 33 retired by UCLA Bruins, 2× Mr. Basketball USA (1964, 1965), 3× First-team Parade All-American (1963–1965), Presidential Medal of Freedom (2016), , As head coach:, , USBL champion (2002), , As assistant coach:, , 2× NBA champion (2009, 2010)
  • Points: 38,387 (24.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 17,440 (11.2 rpg)
  • Assists: 5,660 (3.6 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was a dominant center in the NBA for more than two decades and is considered one of the greatest players in league history. He led Milwaukee to five championships between 1969 and 1982, earning him the nickname "The Black Mamba".

After retiring as a player, he went on to coach the Los Angeles Lakers for six seasons before moving onto other coaching roles. In 2014, he was awarded an honorary degree from UCLA after being recognized as one of its most distinguished alumni. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was one of the most dominant players in NBA history, winning six championships with the Milwaukee Bucks and two more with the Los Angeles Lakers.

He was an All-Star for 19 consecutive seasons, and won five MVP Awards. Kareem is also a three-time Defensive Player of the Year and twice led the league in scoring average. In 2002, he became head coach of the Oklahoma Storm, but resigned after just one season due to health concerns related to his Parkinson's disease diagnosis

3. Sidney Moncrief

Point guard

Sidney Moncrief Career

  • High school: Hall (Little Rock, Arkansas)
  • College: Arkansas (1975–1979)
  • NBA draft 1979 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 1979–1991
  • Position: Shooting guard
  • Number: 4, 15
  • Coaching career: 1999–2013
  • 5× NBA All-Star (1982–1986), All-NBA First Team (1983), 4× All-NBA Second Team (1982, 1984–1986), 2× NBA Defensive Player of the Year (1983, 1984), 4× NBA All-Defensive First Team (1983–1986), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1982), No. 4 retired by Milwaukee Bucks, No. 32 retired by Arkansas Razorbacks, Consensus first-team All-American (1979), Second-team All-American – UPI (1978), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC (1978), SWC Player of the Year (1979)
  • Points: 11,931 (15.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,575 (4.7 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,793 (3.6 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2018

Sidney Moncrief was a shooting guard who played in the NBA for 15 seasons. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1979 and spent his entire career with them.

Moncrief is best known for his years with the Boston Celtics, where he won an NBA championship in 1984. After retiring from playing, Moncrief became a successful coach, leading both the Portland Trail Blazers and Indiana Pacers to playoff appearances during his tenure.

Sidney Moncrief helped lead the Milwaukee Bucks to an NBA Championship in 1985. After playing collegiately at Arkansas, Moncrief began his coaching career with the Razorbacks before spending two years as an assistant coach for the Milwaukee Bucks. In 2011, he was hired as an assistant coach by then-Milwaukee head coach Scott Skiles and remained on staff through 2013 when he retired from coaching after a 52-win season with the Bucks.

He is also a two-time All-Star and three-time member of the All-NBA Second Team who won both Defensive Player of The Year awards in 1983 and 1984 while still playing for Atlanta Hawks

4. Oscar Robertson

Guard

Oscar Robertson Career

  • High school: Crispus Attucks, (Indianapolis, Indiana)
  • College: Cincinnati (1957–1960)
  • NBA draft 1960 / Pick: Territorial
  • Selected by the Cincinnati Royals
  • Playing career: 1960–1974
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 14, 1
  • 1960–1970: Cincinnati Royals
  • 1970–1974: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (1971), NBA Most Valuable Player (1964), 12× NBA All-Star (1961–1972), 3× NBA All-Star Game MVP (1961, 1964, 1969), 9× All-NBA First Team (1961–1969), 2× All-NBA Second Team (1970, 1971), NBA Rookie of the Year (1961), 6× NBA assists leader (1961, 1962, 1964–1966, 1969), NBA Lifetime Achievement Award (2018), NBA anniversary team (35th, 50th, 75th), No. 14 retired by Sacramento Kings, No. 1 retired by Milwaukee Bucks, 2× Helms College Player of the Year (1959, 1960), 3× UPI College Player of the Year (1958–1960), 2× USBWA College Player of the Year (1959, 1960), 3× Sporting News College Player of the Year (1958–1960), 3× Consensus first-team All-American (1958–1960), 3× NCAA season scoring leader (1958–1960), 3× First-team All-MVC (1958–1960), No. 12 retired by Cincinnati Bearcats, Mr. Basketball USA (1956)
  • Points: 26,710 (25.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 7,804 (7.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 9,887 (9.5 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • FIBA Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 1960 Rome: National Team, Pan American Games, : 1959 Chicago: {{{3}}}
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  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 1960 Rome: National Team
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Oscar Robertson was a point guard who played in the NBA for 14 seasons. He led the Milwaukee Bucks to three championships, and is one of just five players to win an MVP award, a championship and a regular-season scoring title.

Robertson also received six All-Star selections and was inducted into both the Kentucky Hall of Fame and the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. In 2012, he became only the third player in history to be voted into both the FIBA Hall of Fame and National Basketball Association (NBA) hall of fame simultaneously.

Oscar Robertson was a legendary player in the NBA and one of the greatest to ever play the sport. He won championships with both the Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings, was named MVP three times, and is also remembered for his outstanding individual performances. Oscar Robertson was born on February 6th, 1951 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

He played collegiately at Helms College before being drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 1971. After playing just nine games with Philadelphia as a rookie he was traded to Milwaukee where he would remain for eleven seasons (1971-1981). In 1980, Robertson joined newly formed Orlando Magic team which made it all the way to their first championship season – defeating Boston Celtics in seven games along with fellow All-Stars such as Michael Jordan and Larry Bird.

The following year saw them defeat Los Angeles Lakers 4-1 in another Finals appearance that went down to wire but this time they were unable to win it against Philly’s Black Aces who emerged victorious after series clinching victory over Washington Bullets earlier that same day. Following two more championship campaigns (Orlando Magic 1981-1982; Detroit Pistons 1983), Oscar retired from professional basketball having cemented himself as one of history’s most successful players – winning twelve titles overall including six consecutive MVP Awards between 1961 and 1969.

5. Ray Allen

Shooting guard

Ray Allen Career

  • 2× NBA champion (2008, 2013)
  • 10× NBA All-Star (2000–2002, 2004–2009, 2011)
  • All-NBA Second Team (2005)
  • All-NBA Third Team (2001)
  • NBA Sportsmanship Award (2003)
  • NBA Three-Point Contest champion (2001)
  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1997)
  • NBA 75th Anniversary Team
  • UPI Player of the Year (1996)
  • Consensus first-team All-American (1996)
  • Big East Player of the Year (1996)
  • 2× First-team All-Big East (1995, 1996)
  • USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year (1995)
  • No. 34 retired by UConn Huskies
  • South Carolina Mr. Basketball (1993)

Ray Allen is a former shooting guard who played in the NBA for 17 seasons. He was drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves in 1996 and spent five seasons with them before joining the Boston Celtics.

Allen won an NBA title with Boston in 2008 and was also named MVP of that year's playoffs. In 2012, he signed with the Miami Heat but only lasted one season before retiring from professional basketball at age 38.

Since retirement, Allen has lent his support to various charities and continues to be involved in sport through coaching opportunities and commentary work on television broadcasts. Ray Allen is a two-time NBA champion and 10-time All-Star.

He was an all-NBA second team selection in 2005, and won the three point contest in 2001. Allen played college ball at UConn before being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1996, where he spent most of his career. In 2007, Allen was traded to Miami for Shane Battier and Chris Anderson, helping lead the Heat to back-to-back championships that year.

After spending several years with the Boston Celtics,Allen signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder as a free agent during the 2017–2018 season but left after just one game due to injury

6. Marques Johnson

Point guard

Marques Johnson Career

  • High school: Crenshaw (Los Angeles, California)
  • College: UCLA (1973–1977)
  • NBA draft 1977 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3rd overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 1977–1990
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 8
  • 1977–1984: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 1984–1987: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 1989: Golden State Warriors
  • 1989–1990: Fantoni Udine
  • 5× NBA All-Star (1979–1981, 1983, 1986), All-NBA First Team (1979), 2× All-NBA Second Team (1980, 1981), NBA Comeback Player of the Year (1986), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1978), No. 8 retired by Milwaukee Bucks, NCAA champion (1975), National college player of the year (1977), Consensus first-team All-American (1977), Second-team All-American – NABC (1976), Pac-8 Player of the Year (1977), 2× First-team All-Pac-8 (1976, 1977), No. 54 retired by UCLA Bruins
  • Points: 13,892 (20.1 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 4,817 (7.0 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,502 (3.6 apg)
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2013

He was a high school basketball star in Los Angeles before playing at UCLA. Johnson was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks and played for them from 1977 to 1990.

He is best known for his time with the Golden State Warriors, where he won two championships in 1987 and 1989. Johnson has since retired from professional basketball but continues to work as an ambassador for charity organizations around the world.

Marques Johnson was a dominant player in the NBA for many years. He won five All-Star games, and was an all-NBA first team selection twice. Marques Johnson also won two comeback player of the year awards, as well as an NCAA title with UCLA Bruins. His skills on both ends of the floor were evident throughout his career, which is why he is so highly respected by fans and fellow players alike.

7. Bob Dandridge

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Bob Dandridge Career

  • High school: Maggie Walker (Richmond, Virginia)
  • College: Norfolk State (1965–1969)
  • NBA draft 1969 / Round: 4 / Pick: 45th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 1969–1981
  • Position: Small forward / Shooting guard
  • Number: 10
  • 1969–1977: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 1977–1981: Washington Bullets
  • 1981: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2× NBA champion (1971, 1978), 4× NBA All-Star (1973, 1975, 1976, 1979), All-NBA Second Team (1979), NBA All-Defensive First Team (1979), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1970), No. 10 retired by Milwaukee Bucks, No. 12 retired by Norfolk State Spartans
  • Points: 15,530 (18.5 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 5,715 (6.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,846 (3.4 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player

Bob Dandridge was born in Richmond, Virginia on November 15th of 1947. He attended Maggie Walker High School and played college basketball at Norfolk State before being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1969.

During his ten-year career with the Bucks (1969-1977) and Washington Bullets (1977-1981), he averaged 18 points per game, shooting 43 percent from three point range. After leaving the NBA, Dandridge retired to become a physical education teacher in Virginia but later returned to play for the Fort Worth Flyers of the American Basketball Association (ABA).

At 74 years old, Bob Dandridge is currently an assistant coach with Division III Randolph–Macon College's men's team and also coaches their summer ball program for kids aged 6 to 17 years old as part of Operation Sports USA Foundation Incorporated In addition to coaching basketball, Bob enjoys spending time with his wife Crystal and daughters Sydney (born 1985) and Savannah (born 1988).

8. Michael Redd

Shooting guard

Michael Redd Career

  • High school: West (Columbus, Ohio)
  • College: Ohio State (1997–2000)
  • NBA draft 2000 / Round: 2 / Pick: 43rd overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2000–2012
  • Position: Shooting guard / Small forward
  • Number: 22
  • 2000–2011: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2011–2012: Phoenix Suns
  • NBA All-Star (2004), All-NBA Third Team (2004), Big Ten Freshman of the Year (1998)
  • Points: 11,972 (19.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,411 (3.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,338 (2.1 apg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, Olympic Games, : 2008 Beijing: Team competition, FIBA Americas Championship, : 2007 Las Vegas: Team competition, Summer Universiade, : 1999 Palma: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2008 Beijing: Team competition
  • FIBA Americas Championship
  • : 2007 Las Vegas: Team competition
  • Summer Universiade
  • : 1999 Palma: Team competition

Redd was a shooting guard and small forward for the Milwaukee Bucks from 2000 to 2012. He helped lead the Bucks to two NBA Finals appearances (2002, 2004) and one Western Conference title (2007).

Redd also won an Olympic gold medal with Team USA in 2008. After playing his final season with the Phoenix Suns in 2012, Redd retired from professional basketball. In 2013, he began coaching at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio where he currently remains as head coach of their men's team Redd played college basketball for the Michigan Wolverines.

Redd was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers with the fourth overall pick in the 1998 NBA draft. Redd won an NBA All-Star game and was a three time all-NBA third team selection while playing for Philadelphia and Milwaukee. In 2008, Michael Redd represented Team USA at the Olympic Games in Beijing where they reached the semi finals before losing to Spain. After playing nine seasons in the NBA, Redd retired from professional basketball in 2011 due to injury concerns but has since returned to play amateur ball overseas..

Redd is currently an assistant coach at Temple University where he helped them win back to back Atlantic 10 championships as of 2017/2018 season

9. Khris Middleton

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Khris Middleton Career

  • High school: Porter-Gaud, (Charleston, South Carolina)
  • College: Texas A&M (2009–2012)
  • NBA draft 2012 / Round: 2 / Pick: 39th overall
  • Selected by the Detroit Pistons
  • Playing career: 2012–present
  • 2012–2013: Detroit Pistons
  • 2012: →Fort Wayne Mad Ants
  • 2013–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (2021), 3× NBA All-Star (2019, 2020, 2022), Second-team All-Big 12 (2011)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 2020 Tokyo: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2020 Tokyo: Team

Khris Middleton was drafted by the Detroit Pistons in 2012. He has played for the Milwaukee Bucks since then and is currently their small forward/shooting guard.

Khris is a two-time All-Star and ranks fifth all time in points scored for the Milwaukee Bucks (16,278). In 2018 he won his first championship with the Milwaukee Bucks after they beat the Golden State Warriors in seven games.

Khris Middleton is a two-time NBA All-Star and Olympic gold medalist. Khris Middleton has spent his entire professional career with the Milwaukee Bucks, where he's led them to three playoff appearances. Khris Middleton was born in Louisiana but played high school basketball at DePaul University in Illinois before being drafted by the Detroit Pistons in 2012.

In April 2019, Khris Middleton announced that he would be retiring from the NBA following the 2020 season after 20 years of playing professionally

10. Glenn Robinson

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Glenn Robinson Career

  • NBA champion (2005)
  • 2× NBA All-Star (2000, 2001)
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (1995)
  • National college player of the year (1994)
  • Consensus first-team All-American (1994)
  • Consensus second-team All-American (1993)
  • NCAA season scoring leader (1994)
  • Big Ten Player of the Year (1994)
  • Big Ten Athlete of the Year (1994)
  • First-team Parade All-American (1991)
  • McDonald's All-American (1991)
  • Indiana Mr. Basketball (1991)

Gelen Robinson was a prolific scorer in the NBA, amassing over 14,000 points during his career. He played for Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks between 1994-2002.

His most successful season came with Milwaukee where he averaged 26 points per game en route to being named an All-Star for the first time in his career. After playing two seasons with Atlanta, he retired from professional basketball in 2003.

In 2004, Gelen Robinson founded The Dream Institute which provides educational opportunities to at risk youth across America Robinson was a consensus first-team All-American and led the NCAA in scoring in 1994. Robinson was drafted third overall by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1994 NBA Draft, but he did not play for them until 1995 because of an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.

He won Rookie of The Year honors with Philadelphia and helped lead them to their only championship in 2005 while averaging 20 points per game. Robinson has also played for San Antonio and Cleveland, where he is currently a free agent after being released by Cleveland on January 7th, 2019.

11. Bob Lanier

Bob Lanier Career

  • High school: Bennett (Buffalo, New York)
  • College: St. Bonaventure (1967–1970)
  • NBA draft 1970 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall
  • Selected by the Detroit Pistons
  • Playing career: 1970–1984
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 16
  • 8× NBA All-Star (1972–1975, 1977–1979, 1982), NBA All-Star Game MVP (1974), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1971), No. 16 retired by Detroit Pistons, No. 16 retired by Milwaukee Bucks, Consensus first-team All-American (1970), Consensus second-team All-American (1968), Second-team All-American – AP, NABC, UPI (1969), No. 31 retired by St. Bonaventure Bonnies
  • Points: 19,248 (20.1 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 9,698 (10.1 rpg)
  • Blocks: 1,100 (1.5 bpg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2006

Lanier was born in Buffalo, New York on September 10th, 1948. He attended Bennett High School and played college basketball at St. Bonaventure before being drafted by the Detroit Pistons with the first overall pick in the 1970 NBA Draft.

Lanier would go on to play 16 seasons in the NBA for various teams including the Pistons, Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers and Phoenix Suns. He is considered one of best centers of his era and is still held in high regard by many fans today; he retired from playing professional basketball in 1984 but continued to work as a commentator for TNT until his death two years later at 73 years old.

Lanier is one of the most decorated coaches in NBA history. He has been a part of 8 All-Star games, was an All-Rookie First Team selection and was consensus first team all American his senior season at St Bonaventure. Lanier led the Pistons to their only championship during the 1980s and also served as interim coach for Golden State Warriors in 1994. Lanier currently works as an analyst for ESPN and Fox Sports 1 where he provides commentary on both basketball and other sports events.

12. Jon McGlocklin

Jon McGlocklin Career

  • High school: Franklin (Franklin, Indiana)
  • College: Indiana (1962–1965)
  • NBA draft 1965 / Round: 3 / Pick: 24th overall
  • Selected by the Cincinnati Royals
  • Playing career: 1965–1976
  • Position: Shooting guard / Small forward
  • Number: 11, 14
  • 1965–1967: Cincinnati Royals
  • 1967–1968: San Diego Rockets
  • 1968–1976: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (1971), NBA All-Star (1969), No. 14 retired by Milwaukee Bucks
  • Points: 9,169 (11.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 1,928 (2.4 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,280 (2.9 apg)

McGlocklin was born in Franklin, Indiana on June 10, 1943. He attended high school there and played college basketball at Indiana University from 1962 to 1965.

He was drafted by the Cincinnati Royals in the third round of the NBA draft in 1965 and played for them from 1965 to 1976. McGlocklin is best known for his time with the Milwaukee Bucks, where he won three championships (1971–73).

After finishing his playing career, McGlocklin stayed involved with basketball as a coach and front-office executive until 1997. In 2006, he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of its inaugural class. McGlocklin has been married twice and has five children; four sons who have all played professional basketball and one daughter who also plays professionally nowdays

13. Brian Winters

Brian Winters Career

  • High school: Archbishop Molloy, (Queens, New York)
  • College: South Carolina (1971–1974)
  • NBA draft 1974 / Round: 1 / Pick: 12th overall
  • Selected by the Los Angeles Lakers
  • Playing career: 1974–1983
  • Position: Shooting guard / Point guard
  • Number: 20, 32
  • Coaching career: 1984–2013
  • As player:, 2× NBA All-Star (1976, 1978), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1975), No. 32 retired by Milwaukee Bucks
  • Points: 10,537 (16.2 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 1,688 (2.6 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,674 (4.1 apg)
  • NBA: 36–148 (.196)
  • WNBA: 78–58 (.574)

Brian Winters was born on March 1, 1952 in Rockaway, New York. He attended Archbishop Molloy High School and played for the Los Angeles Lakers during the 1974-1975 season.

After playing one year with the Lakers, Brian then embarked on a long career as a shooting guard and point guard with several other teams including Milwaukee Bucks (1976-1978), Philadelphia 76ers (1979-1981), Portland Trail Blazers (1982-1983) and San Antonio Spurs (1984–1986).

In 1984, he became head coach of his alma mater South Carolina where he stayed until retiring after winning an NCAA Championship in 2006. Since retirement, Brian has served as an analyst for ESPN covering college basketball and even lent his voice to an animated film called The Boxtrolls which came out in 2014 starring Tom Hanks Winters played for the Milwaukee Bucks from 1975 to 1983.

Winters was an All-Star twice and a first team all rookie in his career. After playing with the Bucks, he spent time as an assistant coach with Princeton and Cleveland before landing on Atlanta's staff in 1995. He moved on to Vancouver in 1997 as an assistant coach and then Denver (as interim head coach) before joining Golden State's coaching staff in 2001 under Rick Adelman after leaving Indiana Fever midseason due to health concerns of his own wife at the time (Brian had already retired from active play).

Brian stayed with Warriors until being relieved of his duties midway through 2007 due to poor performance by management during that season despite leading them back into playoffs at one point; however, he would go onto be a consultant for Charlotte Bobcats prior to their 2014–2015 campaign where they made it all the way up to Finals but lost 3-1 against San Antonio Spurs coached by Gregg Popovich who is also Brian's former teammate while both were playing collegiately at UCLA...

14. Junior Bridgeman

Junior Bridgeman Career

  • High school: Washington (East Chicago, Indiana)
  • College: Louisville (1972–1975)
  • NBA draft 1975 / Round: 1 / Pick: 8th overall
  • Selected by the Los Angeles Lakers
  • Playing career: 1975–1987
  • Position: Small forward / Shooting guard
  • Number: 2
  • 1975–1984: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 1984–1986: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 1986–1987: Milwaukee Bucks
  • No. 2 retired by Milwaukee Bucks, Second-team All-American – USBWA (1975), Third-team All-American – UPI (1975), 2× MVC Player of the Year (1974, 1975), Coach Wooden "Keys to Life" Award (2001)
  • Points: 11,517 (13.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,995 (3.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,066 (2.4 apg)

Junior Bridgeman was born on September 17, 1953 in East Chicago, Indiana. He attended high school at Washington (East Chicago, Indiana) and played college basketball for Louisville.

He was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in 1975 and spent his entire professional career with them until 1987. In 1984, he joined the Milwaukee Bucks and helped them to win two championships during that time period.

Junior Bridgeman retired from playing basketball in 1987 but continued to work as a commentator for NBA games after that point onward. Junior Bridgeman played college ball at the University of Utah, where he was a two-time All-American and led the Utes to their first NCAA Championship in 1976.

He was drafted by the Los Angeles Clippers in 1984 and went on to play with them for six seasons before joining the Milwaukee Bucks in 1987. In his career, Bridgeman averaged 13.6 points per game and 3.5 rebounds per contest while shooting over 50 percent from the floor both as a starter and off the bench.

After retiring from playing professionally, Junior became an assistant coach with his former team, the Milwaukee Bucks, where he currently resides as an assistant coach under head coach Jason Kidd .

15. Andrew Bogut

Power forward

Andrew Bogut Career

  • High school: , St John's Regional College, (Melbourne, Victoria), Lake Ginninderra, (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory)
  • College: Utah (2003–2005)
  • NBA draft 2005 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1st overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2005–2020
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 6, 12, 66
  • 2005–2012: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2012–2016: Golden State Warriors
  • 2016–2017: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2017: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2017–2018: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 2018–2020: Sydney Kings
  • 2019: Golden State Warriors
  • NBA champion (2015), All-NBA Third Team (2010), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2015), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2006), NBA blocks leader (2011), NBL Most Valuable Player (2019), All-NBL First Team (2019), All-NBL Second Team (2020), NBL Best Defensive Player (2019), Gaze Medal winner (2016), National college player of the year (2005), AP Player of the Year (2005), Consensus first-team All-American (2005), Pete Newell Big Man Award (2005), MWC Player of the Year (2005), MWC Freshman of the Year (2004), No. 4 retired by Utah Utes, FIBA Under-19 World Cup MVP (2003)
  • Points: 6,808 (9.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 6,112 (8.7 rpg)
  • Blocks: 1,091 (1.5 bpg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  Australia, FIBA Oceania Championship, : 2015 Australia/New Zealand: , FIBA U19 World Cup, : 2003 Greece: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  Australia
  • FIBA Oceania Championship
  • : 2015 Australia/New Zealand:
  • FIBA U19 World Cup
  • : 2003 Greece: Team

Bogut was born in Melbourne, Victoria on 28 November 1984. He attended high school at St John's Regional College and then Lake Ginninderra before playing college basketball for Utah from 2003 to 2005.

Bogut was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks with the first overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft and played there until he was traded to Golden State Warriors in 2019. Bogut is considered one of the best big men ever to play in the NBA and has won a number of awards, including three MVPs (2008–2010), two Finals MVPs (2015 & 2018) and two championship rings with Golden State (2018 & 2019).

In 2020, Bogut announced his retirement from professional basketball after 16 seasons in which he averaged 13 points, 10 rebounds and 2 blocks per game throughout his career Andrew Bogut is a center who has played in the NBA for 10 seasons. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2005 and spent four years with them before joining the Golden State Warriors in 2012. Bogut won an NBA championship with Golden State in 2015 and was also named to the All-NBA Third Team that year.

Bogut signed with Dallas Mavericks in 2016 but only stayed there for one season before moving on to Cleveland Cavaliers, where he remained until 2017. In 2018, he joined the Lakers as part of a trade that sent D'Angelo Russell to Golden State, and he led Los Angeles to their first playoff appearance since 2009 during his two years there before being traded again this offseason to Sydney Kings (of Australia's National Basketball League). Bogut is known for his defensive abilities, averaging 2 blocks per game throughout his career which makes him one of only six players ever to achieve such a feat (the others are Hakeem Olajuwon, David Robinson, Shaquille O'Neal, Dwight Howard and Kawhi Leonard).

16. Vin Baker

Center

Vin Baker Career

  • High school: Old Saybrook, (Old Saybrook, Connecticut)
  • College: Hartford (1989–1993)
  • NBA draft 1993 / Round: 1 / Pick: 8th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 1993–2006
  • Position: Power forward / Center
  • Number: 42, 34
  • Coaching career: 2018–present
  • As a player:, 4× NBA All-Star (1995–1998), All-NBA Second Team (1998), All-NBA Third Team (1997), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1994), America East Player of the Year (1993), 3× First-team All-America East (1991–1993), , As assistant coach:, , NBA champion (2021)
  • Points: 11,839 (15.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 5,867 (7.4 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,509 (1.9 apg)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, Olympic Games, : 2000 Sydney: Team competition, FIBA Americas Championship, : 1999 San Juan: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2000 Sydney: Team competition
  • FIBA Americas Championship
  • : 1999 San Juan: Team competition

Vin Baker was a key player on the Milwaukee Bucks during their time in the NBA. He played power forward and center, and was known for his hustle and toughness.

Vin Baker retired from playing in 2006 after 13 seasons in the NBA. After retirement, he became an assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks, where he remains today.

In 2011, he was named interim head coach of the Bucks following Scott Skiles' resignation due to health concerns. Vin Baker is married with three children and lives in Wisconsin Vin Baker was a versatile player who spent most of his career with the Milwaukee Bucks.

After being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 1993, Vin Baker quickly became one of their best players. He won four All-Star games and three consecutive First-team All-America East honours from 1991 to 1993. In 1997, Vin Baker joined the Seattle SuperSonics and helped them reach the NBA Finals that year.

He then played for Boston Celtics (2002), New York Knicks (2005), Houston Rockets (2006) and Los Angeles Clippers before retiring in 2007. After coaching stints at Georgetown University (2007–2010) and Arizona State University (2011–2012), Vin Baker took over as head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks in 2018 where he remains currently

17. Wesley Matthews

Small forward

Wesley Matthews Career

  • High school: James Madison Memorial, (Madison, Wisconsin)
  • College: Marquette (2005–2009)
  • NBA draft: 2009 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2009–present
  • 2009–2010: Utah Jazz
  • 2010–2015: Portland Trail Blazers
  • 2015–2019: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2019: New York Knicks
  • 2019: Indiana Pacers
  • 2019–2020: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2020–2021: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 2021–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • Second-team All-Big East (2009), Wisconsin Mr. Basketball (2005)

Wesley Matthews is a shooting guard who has played in the NBA for 9 years. Wesley Matthews attended James Madison Memorial High School before playing college basketball at Marquette.

After being undrafted, Wesley Matthews joined the Milwaukee Bucks and had a successful career there until he was traded to Dallas Mavericks in 2017. Wesley Matthews is currently a free agent and has been linked with several teams including Miami Heat, Detroit Pistons and Minnesota Timberwolves among others Wesley Matthews is a professional basketball player who has played for the Utah Jazz, Portland Trail Blazers, Dallas Mavericks and New York Knicks.

Wesley Matthews was born on January 17, 1987 in Los Angeles, California. As a junior at Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU), Wesley averaged 23 points per game while leading his team to back-to-back Pacific West Conference championships and an appearance in the NCAA tournament where he led all scorers with 21 points against Marquette in the first round. He entered the 2007 NBA draft but went undrafted before signing with Maccabi Tel Aviv of Israel for one season where he averaged 16 points per game.

In 2008, Wesley signed with the Utah Jazz as a free agent and made his debut that same year appearing in 24 games averaging 4 minutes per game off the bench scoring 7 points total including 2 three pointers making him only second rookie ever after Kobe Bryant to make multiple 3 pointer shots from behind half court or beyond during their inaugural season . . . oh yeah and also hitting 1 of them. Wes would hit another one. And then came 2016 when Wes put up career highs across all categories averaging 19 ppg 5 apg 6 rpg shooting 44% from deep becoming just 8th player ever to average 20+ppg 5+apg 6rpg over 400 min playing 47% of available minutes...Wes joins elite company....Kobe(23) Michael Jordan(25) Oscar Robertson(24) Hakeem Olajuwon(26) LeBron James (27)/Dwyane Wade (33).

18. George Hill

Point guard

George Hill Career

  • High school: Broad Ripple, (Indianapolis, Indiana)
  • College: IUPUI (2004–2008)
  • NBA draft 2008 / Round: 1 / Pick: 26th overall
  • Selected by the San Antonio Spurs
  • Playing career: 2008–present
  • 2008–2011: San Antonio Spurs
  • 2011–2016: Indiana Pacers
  • 2016–2017: Utah Jazz
  • 2017–2018: Sacramento Kings
  • 2018: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2018–2020: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2020–2021: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 2021: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2021–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • Summit League Player of the Year (2008), First-team All-Summit League (2008)

George Hill is a veteran point guard who has played for the San Antonio Spurs and Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA. George Hill was drafted by the Spurs in 2008 and has since appeared in over 900 games, averaging 13 points, 3 rebounds and 5 assists per game.

In 2018, Hill signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers as a free agent after spending two seasons with the Milwaukee Bucks. George Hill is known for his accurate shooting and ball-handling skills which make him an effective playmaker on both sides of the court.

George Hill will be 39 years old at the end of this season and may have reached his peak performance level; however, he remains one of the most reliable guards in basketball George Hill is a three-time NBA All Star and has spent his entire nine-year career playing for the Milwaukee Bucks.

George Hill was drafted by the San Antonio Spurs in 2008, but he only played one season with them before joining Indiana Pacers. He then moved to Utah Jazz where he became an important player during their playoff run in 2011. In 2016, George Hill joined Cleveland Cavaliers and helped them reach the Finals that year; however they were defeated by Golden State Warriors 4 games to 1.

Since leaving Cleveland in 2018, George Hill has been a mainstay of the Milwaukee Bucks squad who are currently third in Division standings of Eastern Conference - just two points behind first place Toronto Raptors. Despite being 33 years old now, George Hill still shows great potential as a player and is likely to continue performing at high level for many more seasons yet.

19. Jrue Holiday

Point guard

Jrue Holiday Career

  • High school: Campbell Hall (Los Angeles, California)
  • College: UCLA (2008–2009)
  • NBA draft 2009 / Round: 1 / Pick: 17th overall
  • Selected by the Philadelphia 76ers
  • Playing career: 2009–present
  • Number: 21, 11
  • 2009–2013: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2013–2020: New Orleans Pelicans
  • 2020–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (2021), NBA All-Star (2013), 2× NBA All-Defensive First Team (2018, 2021), 2× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2019, 2022), NBA Sportsmanship Award (2021), 2× NBA Teammate of the Year (2020, 2022), Pac-10 All-Freshman Team (2009), Gatorade National Player of the Year (2008), First-team Parade All-American (2008), Third-team Parade All-American (2007), McDonald's All-American (2008), California Mr. Basketball (2008)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, Olympic Games, : 2020 Tokyo: Team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2020 Tokyo: Team

Jrue Holiday is a point guard for the Milwaukee Bucks. He was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers in 2009 and has since played for them, as well as the New Orleans Pelicans and Utah Jazz.

Jrue Holiday is known for his playmaking abilities and can score both inside and out. In 2017, he led the team in assists with 8 per game—the first time he had done so in his career. Jrue Holiday will be 32 years old at the end of 2021, which makes him one of the older players on this list Jrue Holiday was a four-year college player at UCLA.

After graduating from UCLA, Jrue signed with the New Orleans Pelicans in 2013 and started playing for them right away. He soon became an important part of their team and helped them reach the playoffs several times over the next few years. In 2018, he won his first NBA championship with the Milwaukee Bucks, becoming one of only two players to win a title with different teams (the other being Shaquille O'Neal).

Jrue is also known for his excellent play on defense, which has made him one of the best defenders in the league over time.

20. Donte DiVincenzo

Shooting guard

Donte DiVincenzo Career

  • High school: Salesianum (Wilmington, Delaware)
  • College: Villanova (2015–2018)
  • NBA draft 2018 / Round: 1 / Pick: 17th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2018–present
  • 2018–2022: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018: →Wisconsin Herd
  • 2022: Sacramento Kings
  • 2022–present: Golden State Warriors
  • NBA champion (2021), 2× NCAA champion (2016, 2018), NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player (2018), Big East Sixth Man of the Year (2018), Big East All-Freshman team (2017)

DiVincenzo was one of the most highly-touted prospects in this year's NBA Draft, and he lived up to that hype by going 17th overall to the Milwaukee Bucks.

DiVincenzo is a versatile guard who can play both shooting guard and point guard positions. He averaged 20 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals per game at Villanova last season.

DiVincenzo has an excellent scoring touch from beyond the arc, as he shot 41% from 3-point range during his college career. With Giannis Antetokounmpo already firmly established as Milwaukee's starting point guard, it will be interesting to see how DiVincenzo fits into the team's rotation next season.

A 2018 NCAA champion and 2x Big East Sixth Man of the Year, Donte DiVincenzo is one of the most decorated college basketball players in recent memory. After a successful rookie season with Milwaukee Bucks, DiVincenzo was traded to the Wisconsin Herd before joining Sacramento Kings for the 2022-2022 season.

The 22-year old forward has quickly become one of the top scorers in all of professional basketball and looks poised to win many more championships down the line.

21. Terry Cummings

Terry Cummings Career

  • High school: Carver (Chicago, Illinois)
  • College: DePaul (1979–1982)
  • NBA draft 1982 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the San Diego Clippers
  • Playing career: 1982–2000
  • Position: Power forward
  • Number: 34, 35
  • 1982–1984: San Diego Clippers
  • 1984–1989: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 1989–1995: San Antonio Spurs
  • 1995–1996: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 1996–1997: Seattle SuperSonics
  • 1997–1998: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 1998: New York Knicks
  • 1999–2000: Golden State Warriors
  • 2× NBA All-Star (1985, 1989), All-NBA Second Team (1985), All-NBA Third Team (1989), NBA Rookie of the Year (1983), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1983), Consensus first-team All-American (1982)
  • Points: 19,460 (16.4 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 8,630 (7.3 rpg)
  • Steals: 1,255 (1.1 spg)

Terry Cummings was drafted by the San Diego Clippers in 1982 and played for them until 2000. He had a successful playing career, averaging 18 points and 10 rebounds per game over his 14 seasons in the NBA.

Terry Cummings is best known for his time with the Milwaukee Bucks, where he averaged 21 points and 9 rebounds per game during the 1989-1995 season. Terry Cummings also spent two years with the Spurs before moving toMilwaukee again in 1995-1996.

In total, Terry Cummings scored 17,461 points (12th all-time) and grabbed 10,529 boards (6th all-time) in his professional career Cummings was drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics in the first round of the 1996 NBA Draft. Cummings played for the SuperSonics, Philadelphia 76ers and New York Knicks before retiring after the 2000 season.

As a player, Cummings was known for his scoring abilities and rebounding prowess. He also led both teams he played on to postseason appearances. After retirement, Cummings has worked as a broadcaster for Turner Sports and ESPN Deportes networks. In 2013, Cummings was named head coach at Florida Gulf Coast University where he served until 2016 when he took over as head coach of Marshall Thundering Herd men's basketball team

22. Brook Lopez

Center

Brook Lopez Career

  • High school: San Joaquin Memorial, (Fresno, California)
  • College: Stanford (2006–2008)
  • NBA draft 2008 / Round: 1 / Pick: 10th overall
  • Selected by the New Jersey Nets
  • Playing career: 2008–present
  • 2008–2017: New Jersey / Brooklyn Nets
  • 2017–2018: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 2018–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (2021), NBA All-Star (2013), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2020), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2009), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC (2008), First-team All-Pac-10 (2008), Third-team Parade All-American (2006), McDonald's All-American (2006)

Lopez was drafted by the New Jersey Nets in 2008 and has been with them ever since. Lopez is a versatile center who can score inside or outside, averaging over 20 points per game for his career.

Lopez has won three championships with the Milwaukee Bucks and is an all-star player every season he plays. With age coming on strong for many NBA players, Lopez remains one of the best centers in the league, if not THE best.

Lopez was a three-time All-Pac-10 selection and first-team Parade All-American. Lopez had an impressive rookie campaign with the Nets, averaging 14.8 points and 7 rebounds per game before being traded to the Lakers in 2017. Lopez has continued his strong play with Los Angeles, averaging 18 points and 8 rebounds per game this season on 49% shooting from the field – both career highs.

With another title likely coming his way in 2021, Lopez is one of the most decorated players in NBA history bar none.

23. Paul Pressey

Paul Pressey Career

  • High school: George Wythe (Richmond, Virginia)
  • College: , Western Texas (1978–1980), Tulsa (1980–1982)
  • NBA draft 1982 / Round: 1 / Pick: 20th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 1982–1993
  • Position: Small forward
  • Number: 25, 8, 5
  • Coaching career: 1994–2016
  • As player:, 2× NBA All-Defensive First Team (1985, 1986), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1987), Consensus second-team All-American (1982), MVC Player of the Year (1982), No. 25 retired by Tulsa Golden Hurricane, , As assistant coach:, , NBA champion (1999)
  • Points: 7,664 (10.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,798 (3.9 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,715 (5.1 apg)

Paul Pressey was a high school basketball standout in Richmond, Virginia and starred at Western Texas before being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks. He played in the NBA for six seasons and averaged 10 points per game over his career.

In 1994, he became head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, where he led them to two playoff appearances before retiring from coaching in 2016. Paul Pressey was an all-around player who won multiple awards as a player. He served as an assistant coach with the Golden State Warriors and Orlando Magic before being hired by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2014.

In his second season with the Cavs, he led them to their first championship since 1964. Pressey is currently an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers where he helped develop young players such as Lonzo Ball and Brandon Ingram into stars of tomorrow

24. Pat Connaughton

Small forward

Pat Connaughton Career

  • High school: St. John's Prep, (Danvers, Massachusetts)
  • College: Notre Dame (2011–2015)
  • NBA draft 2015 / Round: 2 / Pick: 41st overall
  • Selected by the Brooklyn Nets
  • Playing career: 2015–present
  • 2015–2018: Portland Trail Blazers
  • 2018–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (2021), Third-team All-ACC (2015)

Pat Connaughton was born in Arlington, Massachusetts, on January 6th 1993. He attended St. John's Prep High School and played for the school's basketball team before being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2013.

Connaughton spent four seasons with the Bucks before signing with Portland Trail Blazers as a free agent in 2018. As of 2019, Connaughton is averaging 14 points per game over his career and has been named to two All-Star teams (2017, 2018).

Connaughton played college basketball for Notre Dame and was drafted by the Brooklyn Nets in the second round of the 2015 NBA draft. Connaughton has spent his entire career with two teams, Portland Trail Blazers and Milwaukee Bucks, appearing in over 200 games combined thus far.

Connaughton is a versatile player who can play both guard positions well but is perhaps best known for his ability to score from outside shooting. In 2018, Connaughton won an NBA championship title with Milwaukee Bucks where he averaged 6 points per game off the bench in limited minutes throughout Playoffs and Finals

25. Ricky Pierce

Ricky Pierce Career

  • High school: Garland (Garland, Texas)
  • College: , Walla Walla CC (1978–1979), Rice (1979–1982)
  • NBA draft 1982 / Round: 1 / Pick: 18th overall
  • Selected by the Detroit Pistons
  • Playing career: 1982–1998
  • Position: Shooting guard / Small forward
  • Number: 22, 25, 21
  • 1982–1983: Detroit Pistons
  • 1983–1984: San Diego Clippers
  • 1984–1991: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 1991–1994: Seattle SuperSonics
  • 1994–1995: Golden State Warriors
  • 1995–1996: Indiana Pacers
  • 1996–1997: Denver Nuggets
  • 1997: Charlotte Hornets
  • 1997: AEK Athens
  • 1997–1998: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA All-Star (1991), 2× NBA Sixth Man of the Year (1987, 1990), Second-team All-American – USBWA (1982), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC (1982), SWC Player of the Year (1982), 3× First-team All-SWC (1980–1982), No. 25 retired by Rice Owls
  • Points: 14,467 (14.9 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,296 (2.4 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,826 (1.9 apg)

Ricky Pierce played for the Detroit Pistons from 1982 to 1998. He was known as one of the best shooters in NBA history and is sixth all-time in three point field goals made.

After retirement, he started working as a commentator for TNT's coverage of the NBA Playoffs and other games. Ricky Pierce was an All-Star and Sixth Man of the Year in his career.

He played for the San Diego Clippers, Milwaukee Bucks, Seattle SuperSonics, Golden State Warriors and Indiana Pacers before retiring in 1997. Pierce averaged 14 points per game throughout his career.

26. Sam Cassell

Sam Cassell Career

  • High school: , Paul Laurence Dunbar, (Baltimore, Maryland), Maine Central Institute, (Pittsfield, Maine)
  • College: , San Jacinto (1989–1991), Florida State (1991–1993)
  • NBA draft 1993 / Round: 1 / Pick: 24th overall
  • Selected by the Houston Rockets
  • Playing career: 1993–2008
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 10, 20, 19, 28
  • Coaching career: 2009–present
  • 3× NBA champion (1994, 1995, 2008), NBA All-Star (2004), All-NBA Second Team (2004), 2× Second-team All-ACC (1992, 1993), No. 10 jersey honored by Florida State Seminoles
  • Points: 15,635 (15.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,221 (3.2 rpg)
  • Assists: 5,939 (6.0 apg)

Sam Cassell was an assistant coach for the Philadelphia 76ers. He played in the NBA for 13 seasons and averaged 12 points, five assists, and three rebounds per game.

Sam Cassell is from Baltimore, Maryland and attended Paul Laurence Dunbar High School before going on to play college basketball at Maine Central Institute. After playing professionally in Europe for a few years, he rejoined the NBA with the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2003 as an assistant coach under Rick Adelman.

He moved to Philadelphia two years later and has been there ever since, serving as Kevin McHale's right-hand man both on the bench and behind closed doors; most notably during their run to back-to-back conference championships in 2013–14 season... Cassell was a great point guard for many years, and he helped lead several teams to the playoffs.

He is currently an assistant coach with the Celtics. Cassell had a successful NBA career, playing for some of the best franchises in the league. He has also coached extensively throughout his career, most notably with Milwaukee and Los Angeles Clippers where he won two championships as head coach.

27. Bobby Portis

Power forward

Bobby Portis Career

  • High school: Hall (Little Rock, Arkansas)
  • College: Arkansas (2013–2015)
  • NBA draft 2015 / Round: 1 / Pick: 22nd overall
  • Selected by the Chicago Bulls
  • Playing career: 2015–present
  • 2015–2019: Chicago Bulls
  • 2017: →Windy City Bulls
  • 2019: Washington Wizards
  • 2019–2020: New York Knicks
  • 2020–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (2021), Consensus second-team All-American (2015), SEC Player of the Year (2015), First-team All-SEC (2015), Second-team All-SEC (2014), SEC All-Freshman team (2014), McDonald's All-American (2013), First-team Parade All-American (2013), Arkansas Mr. Basketball (2013)

Bobby Portis was a highly-touted power forward prospect coming out of high school and he showed potential in his rookie season with the Chicago Bulls. In 2019, Bobby Portis was traded to Milwaukee for center Robin Lopez and shooting guard Ersan Ilyasova, who were both key contributors on championship teams in their previous stops.

With new head coach Mike Budenholzer now at the helm in Milwaukee, expectations are high for Bobby Portis this upcoming season as he looks to help lead the Bucks back to playoffs contention. A versatile player who can score inside or outside of the paint, Bobby Portis is an important part of any team's offense and will be counted on by Budenholzer to provide scoring off the bench this year.

Undersized for most of his career but able to overpower opponents with his strength and athleticism, Bobby Portis has worked hard over recent years to improve his game both physically and mentally so that he can become one of the top players in NBA history.

28. Jack Sikma

Jack Sikma Career

  • High school: St. Anne (St. Anne, Illinois)
  • College: Illinois Wesleyan (1973–1977)
  • NBA draft 1977 / Round: 1 / Pick: 8th overall
  • Selected by the Seattle SuperSonics
  • Playing career: 1977–1991
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 43
  • Coaching career: 2003–2014
  • NBA champion (1979), 7× NBA All-Star (1979–1985), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1982), NBA All-Rookie First Team (1978), No. 43 retired by Seattle SuperSonics, 2× First-team NCAA Division III All-American (1976, 1977), Third-team NCAA Division III All-American (1975), 3× CCIW Player of the Year (1975–1977)
  • Points: 17,287 (15.6 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 10,816 (9.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,488 (3.2 apg)
  • Basketball Hall of Fame as player

Jack Sikma was an all-American center at Illinois Wesleyan, and he went on to have a successful NBA career. Sikma is best known for his time with the Seattle SuperSonics, where he won three championships (1977–1979).

After playing 11 seasons in the NBA, Sikma retired in 1991. He later coached several teams in the lower leagues before retiring from coaching in 2014. Sikma, who was born on December 10, 1966 in Akron, Ohio, is a retired American professional basketball player.

After playing collegiately at Kent State University and then being drafted by the Seattle SuperSonics with the No. 11 overall pick in the 1988 NBA Draft, Sikma played for them from 1988 to 1991 before joining the Milwaukee Bucks for two seasons (1991-1992). Following his time with Milwaukee and Houston as an assistant coach under Rick Majerus from 2003 to 2007 respectively, Sikma returned to coaching when he was appointed assistant coach of the Seattle SuperSonics prior to their move to Oklahoma City in 2008.

He rejoined Rockets head coach Kevin McHale during their first season back in Houston but left after one year following differences between himself and McHale over player personnel decisions; subsequently returning as an assistant coach for Minnesota Timberwolves under Tom Thibodeau until 2014 when he retired again due to health reasons aged 54 years old.. During his playing career Sikma averaged 15 points per game while shooting 50% from three point range which earned him multiple All-Star selections along with Second Team NBA All-Defensive recognition; additionally Jack won 2 NCAA Division III Player of Year Awards whilst attending William Jewell College (Kansas) – where his father Dennis also played college ball.

29. Jordan Nwora

Forward

Jordan Nwora Career

  • High school: , Amherst Central, (Amherst, New York), The Park School of Buffalo, (Snyder, New York), Vermont Academy, (Saxtons River, Vermont)
  • College: Louisville (2017–2020)
  • NBA draft 2020 / Round: 2 / Pick: 45th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2020–present
  • 2020–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2021: →Salt Lake City Stars
  • 2021–2022: →Wisconsin Herd
  • NBA champion (2021), Third-team All-American – AP, SN, USBWA, NABC (2020), First-team All-ACC (2020), Third-team All-ACC (2019), ACC Most Improved Player (2019)

Jordan Nwora was born on September 9, 1998 in Buffalo, New York. He attended Amherst Central High School and then The Park School of Buffalo before playing for Vermont Academy.

In 2018, Jordan Nwora entered the draft but did not sign with an NBA team. On October 26th, 2019 he signed with the Milwaukee Bucks as a free agent. Jordan is a small forward who can play both inside and out on the floor; his abilities to shoot from downtown and pass make him extremely valuable to any team in the league.

We are excited to see what Jordan will do next in his career after joining such a prestigious organization like the Milwaukee Bucks. Jordan Nwora was born in Louisville, Kentucky and attended college at the University of Louisville. Jordan excelled as a freshman for the Cardinals averaging 14 points per game and earning second-team All-American honors from various organizations including AP, SN, USBWA and NABC.

In his sophomore season he upped his scoring average to 20 points per game while also leading the team in assists with 5.5 dimes per contest. He continued this success during his junior year by averaging 23 points on 47% shooting from three point range along with 8 rebounds and 7 assists over 38 games played which earned him third-team All-ACC honors once again. His senior year saw him earn first-team ACC accolades again as well as being named Most Improved Player after posting averages of 21 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists across 36 starts for UofL.

30. Joe Ingles

Joe Ingles Career

  • High school: , Pasadena (Adelaide, South Australia), Lake Ginninderra (Canberra, ACT)
  • NBA draft: 2009 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2005–present
  • 2005–2006: Australian Institute of Sport
  • 2006–2009: South Dragons
  • 2009–2010: CB Granada
  • 2010–2013: FC Barcelona
  • 2013–2014: Maccabi Tel Aviv
  • 2014–2022: Utah Jazz
  • 2022–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • EuroLeague champion (2014), Israeli League champion (2014), Israeli Cup champion (2014), 2× Spanish League champion (2011, 2012), 2× Spanish Supercup champion (2011, 2012), Catalan League champion (2012), NBL champion (2009), 2× NBL All-Star (2006, 2008), All-NBL Third Team (2009), All-NBL Domestic Players Second Team (2008), NBL Rookie of the Year (2007), 2× Gaze Medal winner (2009, 2012)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  Australia, Olympic Games, : 2020 Tokyo: Team, FIBA Oceania Championship, : 2011 Australia: , : 2013 New Zealand & Australia: , : 2009 New Zealand & Australia:
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  Australia
  • Olympic Games
  • : 2020 Tokyo: Team
  • FIBA Oceania Championship
  • : 2011 Australia:
  • : 2013 New Zealand & Australia:
  • : 2009 New Zealand & Australia:

Joe Ingles is a small forward and power forward for the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA. He was born on October 2, 1987 in Adelaide, Australia. Joe attended high school at Pasadena (Adelaide, South Australia) and Lake Ginninderra (Canberra, ACT).

In 2005 he played with Australian Institute of Sport before being drafted by the Utah Jazz in 2009 without playing any professional games. Joe has been with the Jazz ever since and has averaged 8 points per game over his career so far. Joe married American actress Georgina Haig in 2018 after they had been dating for two years beforehand Joe Ingles is a versatile player who has spent his entire career playing for different teams in the NBA.

He started out with the South Dragons of the 2006–2009 season, then moved to CB Granada before joining Barcelona in 2010. In 2013, he joined Maccabi Tel Aviv and won Israeli League championships in 2014 and 2015. Joe was traded to Utah Jazz in 2016 where he played until 2020. After signing with Milwaukee Bucks, Ingles will continue his basketball career there until 2022

31. Brandon Jennings

Point guard

Brandon Jennings Career

  • High school: , Dominguez (Compton, California), Oak Hill Academy, (Mouth of Wilson, Virginia)
  • NBA draft 2009 / Round: 1 / Pick: 10th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2008–2018
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 3, 7, 55, 11
  • 2008–2009: Lottomatica Roma
  • 2009–2013: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2013–2016: Detroit Pistons
  • 2015: →Grand Rapids Drive
  • 2016: Orlando Magic
  • 2016–2017: New York Knicks
  • 2017: Washington Wizards
  • 2017: Shanxi Brave Dragons
  • 2018: Wisconsin Herd
  • 2018: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018: Zenit Saint Petersburg
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (2010), Mr. Basketball USA (2008), McDonald's All-American (2008), McDonald's All-American MVP (2008), Naismith Prep Player of the Year (2008), First-team Parade All-American (2008), Third-team Parade All-American (2007)

Jennings was one of the best point guards in the NBA for several years and helped teams make playoff appearances. He signed with the Wizards this offseason but has had a slow start to his career.

Jennings is 33 years old and may have played his last season in the NBA. Brandon Jennings was one of the most promising young players in the NBA when he was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2009.

He quickly established himself as a scoring threat, averaging over 20 points per game during his rookie season. In 2013, Brandon signed with Detroit Pistons and helped them reach the playoffs that year.

However, due to injuries he wasn't able to play much during the following two seasons and eventually lost his spot on their roster. In 2015, Brandon joined Grand Rapids Drive of the D-League and had an excellent campaign - leading them to win their division title.

After impressing management with his performances there, Brandon made a return to Europe signing for Zenit Saint Petersburg in 2017 where he has continued playing at a high level ever since - helping them win several titles including Euroleague MVP award this past season.

32. Jevon Carter

Guard

Jevon Carter Career

  • High school: Proviso East (Maywood, Illinois)
  • College: West Virginia (2014–2018)
  • NBA draft 2018 / Round: 2 / Pick: 32nd overall
  • Selected by the Memphis Grizzlies
  • Playing career: 2018–present
  • 2018–2019: Memphis Grizzlies
  • 2018–2019: →Memphis Hustle
  • 2019–2021: Phoenix Suns
  • 2021–2022: Brooklyn Nets
  • 2022–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • Consensus second-team All-American (2018), 2× NABC Defensive Player of the Year (2017, 2018), Naismith Defensive Player of the Year (2018), 2× Lefty Driesell Award (2017, 2018), Senior CLASS Award (2018), Academic All-American of the Year (2018), First-team All-Big 12 (2018), Second-team All-Big 12 (2017), 2× Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year (2017, 2018), 4× Big 12 All-Defensive team (2015–2018)

Jevon Carter is a Point Guard for the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA. He attended Proviso East High School in Oak Park, Illinois and then went on to play for West Virginia from 2014-2018.

In 2018, he was selected by Memphis Grizzlies with the 32nd overall pick in the NBA Draft. Jevon Carter has played for Memphis Grizzlies during the 2018–2019 season so far. Carter was an All-American and Defensive Player of the Year at Memphis, before being drafted in the first round by the Milwaukee Bucks.

Carter has been a mainstay on defense for Milwaukee, averaging 10 points and 5 rebounds per game while shooting 47% from the field. He is a three-time Academic All-American who plans to finish his degree at Memphis this year after previously receiving his undergraduate degree there in 2017.

33. Thanasis Antetokounmpo

Small forward

Thanasis Antetokounmpo Career

  • NBA draft 2014 / Round: 2 / Pick: 51st overall
  • Selected by the New York Knicks
  • Playing career: 2011–present
  • 2011–2013: Filathlitikos
  • 2013–2014: Delaware 87ers
  • 2014–2016: Westchester Knicks
  • 2016: New York Knicks
  • 2016–2017: Andorra
  • 2017–2019: Panathinaikos
  • 2019–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA champion (2021), 2× Greek Basket League champion (2018, 2019), Greek Cup winner (2019), 2× Greek League Most Spectacular Player (2018, 2019), 2× Greek League All-Star (2018, 2019), 2× Greek League All-Star Game MVP (2018, 2019), NBA D-League All-Defensive Second Team (2015), NBA D-League All-Defensive Third Team (2014)

Thanasis Antetokounmpo is a world-class basketball player who has spent his entire career with the Milwaukee Bucks. He was born in Greece but moved to Nigeria as a child, which is where he began playing professional basketball.

Antetokounmpo became one of the NBA's most promising stars during his time with the New York Knicks, and he continued to develop into an elite player while playing for the Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics. In 2018, Antetokounmpo led the Bucks to their first playoff appearance since 2001, cementing himself as one of this generation's greatest players.

Thanasis Antetokounmpo is a professional basketball player who has played for the New York Knicks, Andorra, and Panathinaikos in Europe and the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA. He was born on December 1st, 1992 in Athens, Greece. Thanasis started playing basketball when he was just 4 years old and quickly became a dominant player at his local club team. In 2010, Thanasis signed with Olympiacos Basket Club of Athens where he would play until 2013 before moving to Spain to join Liga ACB side FC Barcelona Lassa as a junior player.

Following two successful seasons with Barcelona Lassa (2013-2014), Antetokounmpo joined Italian powerhouse FC Milano San Marco for the 2014-2015 season where he averaged 17 points per game and 9 rebounds per game en route to being named an All-Star along with winning both the Greek League MVP award and EuroLeague Rising Star Award that year which helpedMilano reach their first European final against Real Madrid CAB where they narrowly lost 103–102 after trailing by as many as 27 points at one point during regulation time . After spending another season overseas playing for Turkish club Anadolu Efes Istanbul following his stint with Milano San Marco ,Thanasis returned stateside to sign with then newly formed NBA franchise Westchester Knicks on July 8th ,2016 .

Although averaging only 5 minutes per game off the bench due to injury struggles early on in his tenure with Westchester coupled by inconsistency from head coach Jeff Hornacek throughout most of 2016 -17 ,Antetokounmpo eventually emerged as one of best players on what turned out to be an eventual playoff bound squad led by future 2x champion Kristaps Porzingis .During this stretch Antetokounmpo also won back-to-back Greek League Most Spectacular Player awards while appearing in all 34 games (starting 31) totaling 18 starts while averaging 14 PPG 7 RPG 3 APG shooting 54% from field including 41% from three point range earning him selection onto both The Greek Basket League's Final Four All Star Team along wtih league MVP Kostas Mitoglou & EuroLeague Top Scorer Dimitris Diamantidis .

Despite losing 3 straight contests down 0-2 against Maccabi Tel Aviv BC 85 – 84 OT 115 – 107

34. Eric Bledsoe

Point guard

Eric Bledsoe Career

  • High school: Parker (Birmingham, Alabama)
  • College: Kentucky (2009–2010)
  • NBA draft 2010 / Round: 1 / Pick: 18th overall
  • Selected by the Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Playing career: 2010–present
  • 2010–2013: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2012: →Bakersfield Jam
  • 2013–2017: Phoenix Suns
  • 2017–2020: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2020–2021: New Orleans Pelicans
  • 2021–2022: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2022–present: Shanghai Sharks
  • NBA All-Defensive First Team (2019), NBA All-Defensive Second Team (2020), NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2011), SEC All-Rookie Team (2010)

Eric Bledsoe is a point guard who was drafted in the 2010 NBA draft by the Oklahoma City Thunder. He has played for several teams, most notably the Los Angeles Clippers and Phoenix Suns.

In 2018, he signed with the Bucks as a free agent. Eric Bledsoe is considered one of the best point guards in the league, and his skills have made him a regular starter on many teams over his career.

Eric Bledsoe was drafted 6th overall by the Phoenix Suns in 2010 and has become one of the most well-known and respected players in the NBA. Eric Bledsoe is a versatile player who can play both point guard and shooting guard, which makes him very dangerous for opposing teams.

Eric Bledsoe has been an all-star several times, including being voted to the All-Defensive First Team in 2019. He is also known for his explosiveness on offence, which has helped him average over 20 points per game throughout his career. Eric Bledsoe will be leaving Shanghai Sharks at the end of this season after three seasons with them - he will join the Los Angeles Clippers next year as they try to challenge for titles once again.

35. Ersan İlyasova

Power forward

Ersan İlyasova Career

  • NBA draft 2005 / Round: 2 / Pick: 36th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2003–present
  • 2003–2004: Yeşilyurt
  • 2004–2005: Ülkerspor
  • 2005–2007: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2005–2006: →Tulsa 66ers
  • 2007–2009: FC Barcelona
  • 2009–2015: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2011: Anadolu Efes
  • 2015–2016: Detroit Pistons
  • 2016: Orlando Magic
  • 2016: Oklahoma City Thunder
  • 2016–2017: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2017–2018: Atlanta Hawks
  • 2018: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2018–2020: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2021: Utah Jazz
  • Spanish League champion (2009), Spanish Supercup champion (2009), FIBA Europe Under-20 Championship MVP (2006), Turkish Cup champion (2005), Albert Schweitzer Tournament MVP (2004)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing Turkey, FIBA World Championship, : 2010 Turkey:
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing Turkey
  • FIBA World Championship
  • : 2010 Turkey:

Eskişehir, Turkey on May 15, 1987. He played college basketball at Yeşilyurt before being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2005. Milwaukee Bucks, appearing in over 900 games and averaging 16 points per game.

In 2018 he was traded to Atlanta for Taurean Prince and a future first round draft pick. As of 2019, Ilyasova is playing out the final year of his contract with Atlanta and is expected to become an unrestricted free agent next summer Ersan İlyasova is a versatile forward who has played both in the frontcourt and at the three-point line.

He first came to prominence with FC Barcelona, where he won two Spanish League championships and one Supercup. After stints with Milwaukee Bucks and Anadolu Efes, he joined Detroit Pistons in 2015 and helped them reach the playoffs twice before moving to Orlando Magic in 2016. In 2017, he signed with Philadelphia 76ers but was traded to Atlanta Hawks just six months later; there, he led his team to their best season ever by winning 60 games - including an Eastern Conference championship - en route to being named Most Valuable Player of the postseason tournament.

Currently playing for Milwaukee Bucks again, Ersan Ilyasova will continue his career as a valuable contributor off the bench for whichever team drafts him next summer or signs him on July 1st 2020

36. O. J. Mayo

Shooting guard

O. J. Mayo Career

  • High school: , Rose Hill Christian, (Ashland, Kentucky), North College Hill, (North College Hill, Ohio), Huntington, (Huntington, West Virginia)
  • College: USC (2007–2008)
  • NBA draft 2008 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3rd overall
  • Selected by the Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Playing career: 2008–present
  • 2008–2012: Memphis Grizzlies
  • 2012–2013: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2013–2016: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018: Atléticos de San Germán
  • 2018–2019: Dacin Tigers
  • 2019: Hunan Jinjian Miye
  • 2019–2020: Taipei Fubon Braves
  • 2020–2021: Liaoning Flying Leopards
  • 2021–2022: UNICS
  • 2022–present: Zamalek
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (2009), SBL All-Star (2019), SBL Three Point Contest champion (2019), First-team All-Pac-10 (2008), Pac-10 All-Freshman team (2008), Mr. Basketball USA (2007), 2× First-team Parade All-American (2006, 2007), Second-team Parade All-American (2005), McDonald's All-American (2007), Bill Evans Award (2007), 2× Ohio Mr. Basketball (2005, 2006)

O. J. Mayo was born on November 5, 1987 in Huntington, West Virginia to parents who both played college basketball. O. J. Mayo attended Rose Hill Christian Academy and then North College Hill before transferring to Huntington for his final two years of high school play.

After three seasons at the University of Kentucky, where he averaged 18 points per game as a junior and 21 points per game as a senior, OJ signed with the Mavericks in 2013 after being drafted sixth overall by Dallas that year. OJ has since alternated between starting and coming off the bench for Dallas while also appearing in 50 games or more each season from 2014-2018; averaging 17 minutes per game over that span despite his inconsistent shooting percentages (40% FGs career).

On July 6th 2018 it was announced that OJ would be retiring from professional basketball following the conclusion of the 2018-19 season due to recurring knee injuries sustained during his time with Dallas; making him one of only four players ever to finish their NBA careers having never won an individual title (the others are Kobe Bryant, Shaquille O'Neal & Allen Iverson).

37. Blue Edwards

Blue Edwards Career

  • High school: Greene Central, (Snow Hill, North Carolina)
  • College: , Louisburg College (1984–1986), East Carolina (1986–1989)
  • NBA draft 1989 / Round: 1 / Pick: 21st overall
  • Selected by the Utah Jazz
  • Playing career: 1989–2001
  • Position: Shooting guard / Small forward
  • Number: 30, 32
  • 1989–1992: Utah Jazz
  • 1992–1994: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 1994–1995: Boston Celtics
  • 1995: Utah Jazz
  • 1995–1998: Vancouver Grizzlies
  • 1999: Miami Heat
  • 1999–2000: Olympiacos
  • 2000–2001: Dafni
  • NBA All-Rookie Second Team (1990), CAA Player of the Year (1989), First-team All-CAA (1989)
  • Points: 7,585 (10.8 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,376 (3.4 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,409 (3.0 apg)

Blue Edwards was born on October 31, 1965 in Washington D.C. He played for the Utah Jazz from 1989 to 2001 and is now an assistant coach with the Memphis Grizzlies.

Blue Edwards is 6'4" tall and weighed 200 pounds during his playing days. He was a shooting guard and small forward who averaged 16 points per game over his career. After retiring from playing, Blue Edwards began coaching with the Utah Jazz's summer league team in 2007 before taking a similar position with the Memphis Grizzlies as an assistant coach in 2010.

In 2013, he became head coach of the Tulsa 66ers of the NBA Development League (D-League). Edwards has led Tulsa to two division titles and one playoff appearance since being appointed head coach; however, they have yet to win a championship despite making it to the final four twice under his watch

38. Zaza Pachulia

Power forward

Zaza Pachulia Career

  • NBA draft 2003 / Round: 2 / Pick: 42nd overall
  • Selected by the Orlando Magic
  • Playing career: 1999–2019
  • Position: Center
  • Number: 27
  • 1999–2003: Ülkerspor
  • 2003–2004: Orlando Magic
  • 2004–2005: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2005–2013: Atlanta Hawks
  • 2011: Galatasaray
  • 2013–2015: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2015–2016: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2016–2018: Golden State Warriors
  • 2018–2019: Detroit Pistons
  • As player:, 2× NBA champion (2017, 2018), Turkish League champion (2001), Turkish Cup winner (2003), 3× Turkish Presidential Cup winner (2001–2003), , As executive:, , NBA champion (2022)
  • Points: 7,414 (6.8 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 6,315 (5.8 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,433 (1.3 apg)

Zaza Pachulia is a 38-year-old center who played in the NBA for 19 seasons. He was drafted by the Orlando Magic in 2003 and spent his entire career with them.

Zaza Pachulia is considered one of the best centers in NBA history, as he has won three championships (with Golden State Warriors in 2017, Atlanta Hawks in 2018, and Dallas Mavericks in 2011) and two MVP Awards (2015 and 2017).

In 2019, he announced his retirement from professional basketball after 19 seasons with four different teams – Golden State Warriors, Atlanta Hawks, Dallas Mavericks, and Milwaukee Bucks – averaging 13 points per game over that period.

Zaza Pachulia is a 7 foot 1 inch tall Center from the Republic of Georgia. Zaza played college ball at the University of Texas Longhorns where he was a 2x All-American and led his team to the NCAA Tournament in 2003. After graduating from UT, Pachulia was drafted by the Orlando Magic in 2004 and would play for them until 2013 when he signed with Atlanta Hawks.

In 2015, Pachulia signed with Milwaukee Bucks and helped lead them to an NBA Finals appearance in 2016 which they lost to Golden State Warriors 4 games to 3. Since leaving Milwaukee, Zaza has spent time playing for Turkish teams Galatasaray (2013-2015) and Dallas Mavericks (2016-2018). He most recently played for Detroit Pistons before returning back home to play with his former team Olympiacos Piraeus during the 2019 season

39. John Henson

Power forward

John Henson Career

  • High school: Sickles (Tampa, Florida)
  • College: North Carolina (2009–2012)
  • NBA draft 2012 / Round: 1 / Pick: 14th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2012–present
  • 2012–2018: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018–2020: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2020: Detroit Pistons
  • 2022: Mets de Guaynabo
  • 2× ACC Defensive Player of the Year (2011, 2012), First-team All-ACC (2012), Second-team All-ACC (2011), 2x ACC All-Defensive Team (2011, 2012), First-team Parade All-American (2009), McDonald's All-American (2009)

John Henson was born in Greensboro, North Carolina on December 28th, 1990. He played college basketball for the North Carolina Tar Heels before being drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2012.

Henson has since spent his entire career with the Bucks and is one of their most decorated players ever. In 2018, he signed a free agent contract with the Atlanta Hawks but failed to make an appearance for them due to injury.

John Henson is known for his versatile game which includes scoring inside and out as well as passing and rebounding skills。 John Henson was a standout player at the University of Wisconsin. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2012 and played with them until 2018.

John Henson then signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he played for two seasons before being traded to the Detroit Pistons in 2020. In 2022, John Henson joined the Mets de Guaynabo in Puerto Rico as a free agent

40. Michael Beasley

Power forward

Michael Beasley Career

  • CBA champion (2019)
  • CBA Foreign MVP (2016)
  • 2× CBA All-Star (2015, 2016)
  • 2× CBA All-Star Game MVP (2015, 2016)
  • NBA All-Rookie First Team (2009)
  • Consensus first-team All-American (2008)
  • USBWA National Freshman of the Year (2008)
  • Pete Newell Big Man Award (2008)
  • Big 12 Player of the Year (2008)
  • First-team All-Big 12 (2008)
  • NCAA rebounding leader (2008)
  • McDonald's All-American Game MVP (2007)
  • Second-team Parade All-American (2006)

Michael Beasley is a American power forward and small forward who has played in the NBA since 2008. He was drafted by the Miami Heat with the 2nd overall pick in the 2008 NBA draft, and spent four seasons with them before moving to Minnesota Timberwolves in 2013.

In 2016 he joined the Memphis Grizzlies, but was traded to Brooklyn Nets two years later. He announced his retirement from professional basketball on October 10th, 2018 after spending one final season with the Atlanta Hawks.. Michael Beasley was one of the most high-profile players in the NBA during his time on the court.

He had a very successful career, winning numerous awards and accolades along the way. Michael Beasley is remembered for his powerful dunks and alley-oops, as well as his long shooting range from beyond the arc. Michael Beasley's off-court troubles have often overshadowed what was otherwise an accomplished basketball career.

However, he has since cleaned up his act and moved on to a new team in 2019

41. Quinn Buckner

Quinn Buckner Career

  • High school: Thornridge (Dolton, Illinois)
  • College: Indiana (1972–1976)
  • NBA draft 1976 / Round: 1 / Pick: 7th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 1976–1986
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 21, 28, 25
  • NBA champion (1984), 4× NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1978, 1980–1982), NCAA champion (1976), Third-team All-American – NABC (1975), 2× First-team All-Big Ten (1974, 1975), Mr. Basketball USA (1972), First-team Parade All-American (1972)
  • Points: 5,929 (8.2 ppg)
  • Assists: 3,114 (4.3 apg)
  • Steals: 1,337 (1.9 spg)
  • College Basketball Hall of Fame, Inducted in 2015
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing  United States, Olympic Games, : 1976 Montreal: Team competition, FIBA World Championship, : 1974 Puerto Rico: Team competition
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing  United States
  • Olympic Games
  • : 1976 Montreal: Team competition
  • FIBA World Championship
  • : 1974 Puerto Rico: Team competition

Quinn Buckner was a standout point guard in the NBA from 1976 to 1986. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 1976 NBA draft and played for them until 1982.

After spending one year with the Boston Celtics, he returned to Milwaukee for two more seasons before retiring. Quinn is mostly known for his time with the Bucks, where he helped lead them to three consecutive championships (1981–1983).

He has since been inducted into both the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame and Springfield Sports Hall of Fame, as well as receiving several other accolades throughout his career including an MVP award from 1980 to 1981 season with Milwaukee alone.

Quinn Buckner was a three-time All-American and two-time First Team All Big Ten player at Purdue. He played nine seasons in the NBA with Indiana, Dallas, and Milwaukee before retiring in 1999. In his final season he averaged 16 points, six rebounds, four assists per game for the Bucks.

Quinn is now an assistant coach with the Pacers where he helped them make it to the playoffs this year as a sixth seed team.

42. D.J. Wilson

Power forward

D.J. Wilson Career

  • High school: Capital Christian, (Sacramento, California)
  • College: Michigan (2014–2017)
  • NBA draft 2017 / Round: 1 / Pick: 17th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2017–present
  • 2017–2021: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018, 2020: →Wisconsin Herd
  • 2021: Houston Rockets
  • 2021–2022: Oklahoma City Blue
  • 2021–2022: Toronto Raptors
  • 2022–present: Oklahoma City Blue

D.J. Wilson is a power forward for the Oklahoma City Blue of the NBA G League. He was born in 1996 and raised in Mount Shasta, California. At 6'10", 231 pounds, D.J.'s size gives him an imposing presence on the court and made him one of the top recruits out of high school in his class .

In 2017 he declared for the 2018 NBA Draft but did not receive any draft consideration due to injury concerns which forced him to return to play with Oklahoma City Blue before finally declaring for the 2019 NBA Draft where he was drafted by Atlanta Hawks with pick No 47 overall Wilson has played internationally for Australia's National Basketball League (NBL) team Adelaide 36ers as well as playing preseason games with Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets during his rookie season in 2019 D.J.

Wilson was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2017 NBA draft and has played for them since then. He is a right-handed shooting forward with an athletic frame and good agility who can create shots off the dribble or shoot from outside. In his first two seasons, he averaged 8 points and 4 rebounds per game while playing mainly as a backup player but showed potential to be more successful if given more opportunities. In 2021, he joined the Houston Rockets where he has continued to play sparingly (averaging 3 minutes per game) but displayed improved shooting accuracy and ball handling skills which may help him become a consistent starter in future seasons

43. Grayson Allen

Shooting guard

Grayson Allen Career

  • High school: Providence School, (Jacksonville, Florida)
  • College: Duke (2014–2018)
  • NBA draft 2018 / Round: 1 / Pick: 21st overall
  • Selected by the Utah Jazz
  • Playing career: 2018–present
  • 2018–2019: Utah Jazz
  • 2018–2019: →Salt Lake City Stars
  • 2019–2021: Memphis Grizzlies
  • 2021–present: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NCAA champion (2015), Second-team All-American – SN (2016), Third-team All-American – AP, NABC (2016), First-team All-ACC (2016), Third-team All-ACC (2018), McDonald’s All-American (2014)

Grayson Allen was born on October 8, 1995 in Jacksonville, Florida. He is 27 years old and 6 foot 4 inches tall. Grayson Allen played college basketball for Duke from 2014 to 2018 before being drafted by the Utah Jazz in the 2018 NBA draft.

As a shooting guard for the Milwaukee Bucks, Grayson Allen has averaged 17 points per game over his two seasons with them so far. In 2020, he will be an unrestricted free agent and may choose to sign with another team or return to Duke University for one more season of competition.

Grayson Allen is a two-time NCAA champion and three-time All-American. He has played for the Utah Jazz, Memphis Grizzlies, and Milwaukee Bucks in his NBA career so far. Allen has been praised for his shooting ability both from behind the arc and at the free throw line. His game has evolved since he entered the NBA; now he is more of a playmaker than shooter.

44. Flynn Robinson

Flynn Robinson Career

  • High school: Elgin (Elgin, Illinois)
  • College: , Casper College (1961–1962), Wyoming (1962–1965)
  • NBA draft 1965 / Round: 2 / Pick: 15th overall
  • Selected by the Cincinnati Royals
  • Playing career: 1965–1978
  • Position: Point guard
  • Number: 20, 5, 21, 30, 40
  • 1966–1967: Cincinnati Royals
  • 1967–1968: Chicago Bulls
  • 1968–1970: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 1970–1971: Cincinnati Royals
  • 1971–1972: Los Angeles Lakers
  • 1972–1973: Baltimore Bullets
  • 1973–1974: San Diego Conquistadors
  • 1978: Indiana Wizards
  • NBA champion (1972), NBA All-Star (1970), 3× First-team All-WAC (1963–1965)
  • Points: 7,577 (14.0 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 1,372 (2.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 1,628 (3.0 apg)

Flynn Robinson was drafted 15th overall in the 1965 NBA draft by the Cincinnati Royals. He played for them from 1965 to 1978. Robinson averaged 14 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists per game during his career.

After playing for the Royals, he joined the Milwaukee Bucks where he spent most of his time playing until 1984. In 1984, Flynn retired from professional basketball and moved back to California to be with his family.

He passed away on May 23, 2013 at the age of 72 after a long battle with cancer Flynn Robinson is considered one of the best point guards in NBA and ABA history. Robinson won an NBA championship with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1972 and was selected to four All-Star games.

Robinson played for six teams over his 17-year career, including stints with the Cincinnati Royals, Chicago Bulls, Milwaukee Bucks, Baltimore Bullets, San Diego Conquistadors and Indiana Wizards. He finished his career with 7,577 points (14 ppg) and 1,372 rebounds (2.5 rpg).

45. Monta Ellis

Point guard

Monta Ellis Career

  • High school: Lanier (Jackson, Mississippi)
  • NBA draft 2005 / Round: 2 / Pick: 40th overall
  • Selected by the Golden State Warriors
  • Playing career: 2005–2017
  • Position: Shooting guard
  • 2005–2012: Golden State Warriors
  • 2012–2013: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2013–2015: Dallas Mavericks
  • 2015–2017: Indiana Pacers
  • NBA Most Improved Player (2007), Mr. Basketball USA (2005), McDonald's All-American (2005), First-team Parade All-American (2005), Third-team Parade All-American (2004), Mississippi Mr. Basketball (2005), No. 11 retired by Lanier Bulldogs
  • Points: 14,858 (17.8 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,874 (3.5 rpg)
  • Assists: 3,856 (4.6 apg)

Ellis spent eight seasons with the Golden State Warriors, where he was an important part of two NBA championships. Ellis averaged 19 points per game over his career and shot 42% from three-point range.

In July 2017, Ellis signed with the Dallas Mavericks, but he was released just four months later. Ellis has since retired from basketball and is now a personal trainer in Jackson, Mississippi. Monta Ellis is a talented scorer and rebounder for both the Dallas Mavericks and Indiana Pacers.

He was born in Lansing, Michigan, on December 12th, 1981. Ellis played college basketball at Kansas State University before being drafted by the Mavericks with the fifth pick of the 2005 NBA Draft. In 2007, he was named to his first All-Star team and won his only MVP award that season. Ellis has led both teams he's played for to playoff appearances; Dallas reached the Finals in 2011 but lost to Miami while Indiana made it all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2017 before losing to Toronto Raptors in six games

46. Kyle Korver

Small forward

Kyle Korver Career

  • High school: Pella (Pella, Iowa)
  • College: Creighton (1999–2003)
  • NBA draft 2003 / Round: 2 / Pick: 51st overall
  • Selected by the New Jersey Nets
  • Playing career: 2003–2020
  • Position: Shooting guard / small forward
  • 2003–2007: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2007–2010: Utah Jazz
  • 2010–2012: Chicago Bulls
  • 2012–2017: Atlanta Hawks
  • 2017–2018: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2018–2019: Utah Jazz
  • 2019–2020: Milwaukee Bucks
  • NBA All-Star (2015), NBA Sportsmanship Award (2015), Consensus second-team All-American (2003), 2× MVC Player of the Year (2002, 2003), 2× First-team All-MVC (2002, 2003), Second-team All-MVC (2001), No. 25 retired by Creighton Bluejays
  • Points: 11,953 (9.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 3,643 (3.0 rpg)
  • Assists: 2,114 (1.7 apg)

Kyle Korver is a 41-year-old shooting guard and small forward who has played in the NBA for 20 seasons. Kyle Korver was born on March 17, 1981 in Paramount, California.

He attended Pella High School before going to Creighton University where he starred as a shooter and rebounder for two years. The New Jersey Nets drafted Korver with the 51st overall pick in 2003 and he spent five years with them before signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2007.

Kyle Korver has been one of the most consistent shooters in the league over his career, averaging more than 16 points per game every year except 2017 when he averaged just 9 points due to injury problems.. In 2020, Kyle announced his retirement from professional basketball after playing his last game for the Atlanta Hawks Kyle Korver is a three-time All-American and two-time First Team MVC player.

Kyle Korver was drafted by the Utah Jazz in 2007 and played there for six seasons before being traded to the Chicago Bulls in 2012. He then spent four seasons with Atlanta before signing with Cleveland in 2018 where he currently plays. Kyle Korver has been known for his outstanding shooting abilities, ranking third all time in 3 pointers made (1,886), fifth in total points scored (15,458) and seventh in assists (4,089).

His most notable achievements include winning an NBA All Star Game MVP Award as well as receiving the NBA Sportsmanship Award twice during his career so far.

47. Jabari Parker

Power forward

Jabari Parker Career

  • High school: Simeon (Chicago, Illinois)
  • College: Duke (2013–2014)
  • NBA draft 2014 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2nd overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2014–present
  • 2014–2018: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018–2019: Chicago Bulls
  • 2019: Washington Wizards
  • 2019–2020: Atlanta Hawks
  • 2020–2021: Sacramento Kings
  • 2021–2022: Boston Celtics
  • Consensus first-team All-American (2014), USBWA National Freshman of the Year (2014), First-team All-ACC (2014), ACC Rookie of the Year (2014), Gatorade National Player of the Year (2012), USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year (2011), First-team Parade All-American (2013), 2× Illinois Mr. Basketball (2012, 2013)
  • Medals, , Men's basketball, Representing the  United States, FIBA World U17 Championship, : 2012 Lithuania: National team, FIBA Americas U16 Championship, : 2011 Mexico: National team
  • Men's basketball
  • Representing the  United States
  • FIBA World U17 Championship
  • : 2012 Lithuania: National team
  • FIBA Americas U16 Championship
  • : 2011 Mexico: National team

Jabari Parker is an American power forward who played for the Milwaukee Bucks in his rookie season. Jabari was drafted 2nd overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2014 and has since had a successful career with them, winning two championships (2018 and 2019).

Jabari also played for the Chicago Bulls during the 2018-19 season before returning to play for the Milwaukee Bucks again this year. Jabari Parker was one of the most highly-touted prospects in college basketball history. He led his team to two NCAA championships and was a consensus first-team All-American as a freshman.

After declaring for the 2014 NBA draft, Parker averaged 17 points and 5 rebounds per game with Milwaukee during his rookie season. Injuries derailed his career in subsequent seasons, but he has since returned to play for the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks on limited minutes.

48. Christian Wood

Power forward

Christian Wood Career

  • High school: , Los Alamitos, (Los Alamitos, California), Knight, (Palmdale, California), Findlay, (Henderson, Nevada)
  • College: UNLV (2013–2015)
  • NBA draft: 2015 / Undrafted
  • Playing career: 2015–present
  • 2015–2016: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2015–2016: →Delaware 87ers
  • 2016–2017: Charlotte Hornets
  • 2016–2017: →Greensboro Swarm
  • 2017–2018: Delaware 87ers
  • 2018–2019: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2018–2019: →Wisconsin Herd
  • 2019: New Orleans Pelicans
  • 2019–2020: Detroit Pistons
  • 2020–2022: Houston Rockets
  • 2022–present: Dallas Mavericks
  • All-NBA G League Second Team (2018), All-NBA G League Third Team (2019), First-team All-MWC (2015)

Christian Wood is a power forward for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA. He attended high school in Los Alamitos and Knight before playing college ball at Findlay.

In his rookie season, Christian averaged 7 points and 5 rebounds per game while shooting 46% from the field and 31% from three-point range. Look for him to continue developing his skills as a player over the next few years with Dallas looking to make it deep into playoffs each year.

Wood was undrafted in the 2015 NBA Draft but signed with the Philadelphia 76ers. He spent two seasons with Philadelphia before being traded to the Delaware 87ers midway through his second season. Wood then joined the Charlotte Hornets for a brief spell, before moving to Greensboro Swarm for the 2017–2018 campaign.

In 2018, he rejoined Milwaukee and had an impressive year statistically; averaging 16 points and 8 rebounds per game whilst shooting 50% from within three-point range. In 2019, Wood moved to New Orleans where he has continued his excellent play; amassing averages of 15 points and 5 rebounds per game over 20 games played so far this season (as of November 14th).

Wood is currently playing for Dallas Mavericks as their starting power forward/center

49. Anthony Mason

Forward

Anthony Mason Career

  • NBA All-Star (2001)
  • All-NBA Third Team (1997)
  • NBA All-Defensive Second Team (1997)
  • NBA Sixth Man of the Year (1995)

Anthony Mason was born on December 14, 1966 in Miami, Florida. He played in the NBA from 1988 to 2003 and averaged 13 points and 7 rebounds per game over his career.

Mason died from a heart attack on February 28, 2015 at the age of 48. Anthony Mason was a versatile player who could play multiple positions on the court. Mason had an illustrious career with stints with three different teams, including two in the NBA.

He is best known for his time spent with the New Jersey Nets and Denver Nuggets, where he helped lead each team to playoffs appearances. In 2001, Mason was selected to participate in the All-Star game after averaging 18 points per game that season. After retiring from playing basketball, Mason has since worked as a television commentator and analyst for various leagues around the world

50. Luc Mbah a Moute

Small forward

Luc Mbah a Moute Career

  • High school: Montverde Academy, (Montverde, Florida)
  • College: UCLA (2005–2008)
  • NBA draft 2008 / Round: 2 / Pick: 37th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2008–2020
  • Position: Power forward / Small forward
  • Number: 12
  • 2008–2013: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2013: Sacramento Kings
  • 2013–2014: Minnesota Timberwolves
  • 2014–2015: Philadelphia 76ers
  • 2015–2017: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2017–2018: Houston Rockets
  • 2018–2019: Los Angeles Clippers
  • 2020: Houston Rockets
  • Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (2006), Pac-10 All-Freshman Team (2006)
  • Medals, , Men's Basketball, Representing  Cameroon, African Championships, : 2007 Angola: National team
  • Men's Basketball
  • Representing  Cameroon
  • African Championships
  • : 2007 Angola: National team

Mbah a Moute was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in 2008 and played with them until 2013. After spending two seasons with the Sacramento Kings, Mbah a Moute signed with the Clippers in 2016.

Luc Mbah a Moute is best known for his play as a power forward or small forward, but he can also shoot from outside and score inside. Luc Mbah a Moute has won three NBA championships (with the Golden State Warriors in 2015 and 2017, and the Milwaukee Bucks in 2018) and been to five other Finals appearances overall.

In 2019, Mbah a Moute became only the third player ever to record 2,000 points, 500 rebounds and 100 assists in one season; he achieved this feat with Los Angeles Clippers that year. Luc Mbah a Moute is married to American actress Gabrielle Union; they have one child together (Kai).

51. Dan Gadzuric

Dan Gadzuric Career

  • High school: Governor Dummer Academy, (Byfield, Massachusetts)
  • College: UCLA (1998–2002)
  • NBA draft 2002 / Round: 2 / Pick: 34th overall
  • Selected by the Milwaukee Bucks
  • Playing career: 2002–2014
  • Position: Center
  • 2002–2010: Milwaukee Bucks
  • 2010–2011: Golden State Warriors
  • 2011: New Jersey Nets
  • 2011: Jiangsu Dragons
  • 2012: Texas Legends
  • 2012: New York Knicks
  • 2013: Marinos de Anzoátegui
  • 2014: Petrochimi Bandar Imam
  • First-team Parade All-American (1998)
  • Points: 2,465 (4.7 ppg)
  • Rebounds: 2,326 (4.4 rpg)
  • Assists: 196 (0.4 apg)

Dan Gadzuric played professional basketball for the Milwaukee Bucks from 2002 to 2014. He started his career at UCLA and was drafted by the Bucks in 2002.

In 9 seasons with the Bucks, he averaged 8 points and 5 rebounds per game. After retiring from playing professionally, Dan moved back to The Hague, Netherlands where he currently works as a sports commentator on Dutch television networks RTL5 and NOS Sports Radio 690AM radio station Dan is married with two children and enjoys spending time outdoors hiking or biking Dan Gadzuric was a key player on two championship teams in Milwaukee.

He moved to Golden State after the Bucks traded him and he won an NBA title with the Warriors in 2011. In New Jersey, he helped lead the Nets to the playoffs in 2011 before being dealt to Jiangsu Dragons of China for Yi Jianlian and cash considerations. Gadzuric played one season with Dallas before signing with Anzoátegui of Venezuela as a free agent in 2013. He spent 2014-15 back in China with Petrolchiimi Bandar Imam, averaging 16 points per game en route to winning another league MVP award along the way

Final Words

. . . Milwaukee Bucks have had some great players over the years, but there are a few that stand out above the rest. These include Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

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