Milwaukee Bucks: 20 Greatest Individual Performances In Franchise History

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Which performances are worthy of being recognized as the top 20 individual showings in Milwaukee Bucks history?

Jan 22, 2014; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Detroit Pistons guard

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(7) during the game against the Milwaukee Bucks at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Milwaukee won 104-101. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Basketball is a team sport, and as a result the greatest moments in the history of the Milwaukee Bucks, or indeed any team, often come behind outstanding team performances where an entire roster pulls together to achieve their common goal.

Take the Bucks championship success in 1971 as the perfect example, it was a team filled with great individuals, yet there success came as a unit. Milwaukee didn’t just lean on Kareem Abdul-Jabbar or Oscar Robertson, as Bob Dandridge and Jon McGlocklin were equally capable of stepping up to help the team win.

That doesn’t mean that the great individual showings should be ignored or forgotten though.

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Whether they came in games of vital importance that resulted in big wins, or more often than not, otherwise completely forgettable games a couple of weeks into the season, the Bucks have had plenty of individual showings that are deserving of acknowledgement.

Which are the greatest?

We’ve compiled a list of our top 20 to help jog your memory. If you disagree, or want to share your own thoughts or memories with us, be sure to do so in the comments below!

Now, let’s get down to it.

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