Milwaukee Bucks: 20 Greatest Individual Performances In Franchise History

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6. Alvin Robertson – vs. Golden State Warriors, December 26, 1990

As the Golden State Warriors currently dominate the NBA, it’s in many ways natural to think back to one of their other great teams. In the late 80s and early 90s, Golden State were driven forward by the play of Chris Mullin, Tim Hardaway and Mitch Richmond.

The trio, otherwise known as Run TMC, made a rare visit to Milwaukee during the holiday season in 1990, and put in an incredible performance in front of the Bucks fans.

Run TMC combined for 79 of the Warriors 119 points, but it wouldn’t be enough to grab a victory for the visitors, as the Bucks had star performers of their own.

Although Jay Humphries may have led the team in scoring on the night with 28 points, it was Alvin Robertson who stole the show. Robertson went off for an outstanding triple-double to help seal a seven point win for Milwaukee.

Robertson scored 25 points to go with his 16 rebounds (10 of them offensive), 12 steals and five rebounds, in what was one of the most dominant individual performances that the franchise has been witness to.

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