Milwaukee Bucks: 20 Greatest Individual Performances In Franchise History

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Nov 21, 2015; Auburn Hills, MI, USA; Washington Wizards guard

Ramon Sessions

(7) dribbles the ball against Detroit Pistons guard

Reggie Jackson

(1) during the second quarter at The Palace of Auburn Hills. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

8. Ramon Sessions – vs. Detroit Pistons, February 7, 2009

As time goes on many of the best performances in franchise history end up being forgotten. They drift out of a fanbase’s consciousness only to rear their head as a pleasant surprise years later. One such example which it’s fair to say is probably more of a shock than a surprise was the career night of a young Ramon Sessions.

When the Bucks selected Sessions as a second round pick back in 2007, they wouldn’t have been expecting performances like this one out of the South Carolina native. Sessions was a solid if unspectacular point guard throughout his time in Milwaukee, with one game acting as an exception.

Squaring off against a strong but transitioning Pistons team, Milwaukee found themselves in a close game that went all the way to overtime.

The Bucks had Sessions to thank for that much, as the man in the no.7 jersey completely controlled the game.

Sessions had 44 points on 13-18 from the field, while also dishing out 12 assists, and even grabbing five rebounds. Considering that Sessions averaged 12.4 points for that season, that was a pretty special performance.

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