Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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16. Brandon Jennings

It’s hard to dispute Brandon Jennings’ ability as a scorer. After all, this is the man who had a scoreless first quarter only to follow it up with 55 points in the next three for the best game of his career. Sure, Jennings is a gunner, but that can work out as a good thing from time to time.

Jennings’ game would always flow in line with his confidence, meaning there were nights when nothing would drop for him as a Buck, and other nights when it seemed like no matter how many shots he attempted, that he was never going to miss.

For traditionalists, the former Oak Hill Academy man’s assist numbers may have been too close to middling throughout his time in Milwaukee, but as a strong driver and capable jump shooter, scoring was always Jennings first, and probably his best option too.

As a Buck, Jennings averaged 17 points per game, translating to 17.7 points per 36 minutes. For as many problems as Jennings could often have with his game, scoring was never one of them.

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