Looking at the Leading Milwaukee Bucks in Each Statistical Category

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Oct 10, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks center Greg Monroe (15) talks with forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (34) during the second quarter against the Detroit Pistons at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Fans of the Milwaukee Bucks can’t be too upset about how the first seven games have gone for their team. It would’ve been better to not start 0-3, of course.

But considering the Bucks had to learn how to integrate Greg Monroe into their team and play one of those games without Giannis Antetokounmpo and all three of them without Jabari Parker makes that slow start look a bit better.

Since then, Milwaukee has looked at least okay–and very good at times–through their last four games. Everybody around the NBA has been blown away by the great scoring talent Giannis has shown, and somewhat more random Bucks like Jerryd Bayless and Johnny O’Bryant have been impressive as well.

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But how do those performances through these first two weeks hold up against the rest of the Association? I decided to take a look at the leaderboards for the five main statistical categories (points, assists, rebounds, steals and blocks) to find the highest Buck on the list.

For the most part, Milwaukee’s players don’t do too well when looking at stats this way. Unfortunately due to injuries Michael Carter-Williams currently doesn’t qualify for these leaderboards–he leads all Bucks in steals and assists, but won’t show up here at all.

With that being said, let’s take a look at the Bucks who did make the list, and see how they’re comparing to the rest of the NBA.

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