G- Ray Allen: 1996-2003
During his time in Milwaukee, Ray Allen established himself not only as one of the most dangerous three-point shooters that the NBA had ever seen, but also one of the more dominant all-around players.
In his six full seasons with the Bucks, Allen was the leader of the team. They made the playoffs three times, reaching the Eastern Conference Finals in 2001.
Allen was a three-time All-Star with the Bucks and appeared on the All-NBA Third Team in 2001, which was Allen’s best season. In that season, Allen averaged 22 points, 5 rebounds, and 4 assists per game, shooting 48 percent from the field and 43 percent from beyond the arc. Allen led the NBA in made three point fields twice while with the Bucks, and finished inside…show more content… Dandridge was never the best player, but what he was was an efficient player who, with the right players around him was an All-Star caliber player.
Dandridge was an all-around player, not particularly great at any one skill, but rather was efficient in multiple aspects of his game. His career averages with the Bucks were 18.6 points, 7.3 rebounds, 3.2 assists, and 1.5 steals per game.
Dandridge, as the third best player, was a member of the Bucks 1971 championship team.
F- Glen Robinson: 1994-2002 Glen Robinson was Ray Allen’s running mate during the late 90’s and early 2000’s in Milwaukee. Although he never lived up to the expectations that were set upon him after being drafted with the first overall pick in 1994, Robinson still produced a productive career as a Buck.
Robinson was a two-time All-Star and a member of three playoff teams in Milwaukee. He’s second behind only Kareem Abdul-Jabbar on the Bucks’ all-time scoring list. His 21.1 points per game is the second highest per game scoring average in franchise history.
Robinson’s best season came 2001, a season in which he averaged 22 points, a career high 6.9 rebounds, and 3.3 assists per game.
C- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: