Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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17. Sidney Moncrief

If Sidney Moncrief had wanted to be a truly dominant scorer, he probably could have shaped his game in that way. Moncrief wasn’t lacking much in terms of his offensive arsenal, and when he turned it on, there were very few players in the league who could be his match.

Moncrief’s greatest strength was unquestionably his work on the defensive end, which earned him two Defensive Player of the Year awards, but his ability to score often gets lost behind his willing passing and rebounding too.

In spite of sharing the court with some exceptionally talented teammates, Moncrief was always still able to find a way to get his share of points. In fact, in his prime, Moncrief rolled off four straight seasons where he averaged 20 points or more.

Overall for his career as one of Milwaukee’s most loyal servants, Moncrief averaged 15.6 points per game and 18.6 points per 36 minutes.

Next: 16. Brandon Jennings