Feb 20, 2014; West Lafayette, IN, USA; Purdue alumni and NBA veterans Glenn Robinson (right) and Brian Cardinal (left) watch at court side in the 2nd half as Michigan State defeats Purdue at Mackey Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sandra Dukes-USA TODAY Sports
Continuing our look at the franchise’s great players, let’s go back in time and delve deep into the history of the Milwaukee Bucks.
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Our goal is to try to identify the franchise’s All-Time 15 man roster, their greatest starting five, and highlight the work of some of the franchise’s greats who may have flown under the radar.
Having looked at the backcourt options already, this time we move on from the guards to the wing forwards.
The Bucks have had a terrific variety of small forwards over the years, and a common theme amongst the players who are mentioned on this is an all-round balance of fundamental basketball skills. The greatest small forwards in Bucks history have all been able to score, pass, rebound and much more.
Who are the greatest small forwards in franchise history though?
That may not necessarily be who had the greatest individual numbers, but who left the most significant marks in the history of the Bucks, and who made the teams they played on that much better?
Let’s look at some of the contenders below, and at the end, don’t forget to vote for the three small forwards who you feel deserve to be in with a shot of making the final 15 man All-Time Bucks roster!
The final results will be decided by a combination of readers votes and opinions and those of our staff here at Behind The Buck Pass, so make sure to have your say.
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