Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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14. Brandon Knight

In the end it probably played a big role in Milwaukee’s decision to trade him away, but Brandon Knight can flat out score. As a result it wasn’t a coincidence that fans have spent most of his career debating whether he’s better suited to playing the one or two spot

When Knight was traded to Phoenix, it was Milwaukee deciding to invest in a lower usage guy like Middleton, but also in Michael Carter-Williams, a player who it seems like they felt at the time would develop into more of a playmaker.

Knight got a taste of two extremes of the NBA during his season and a half with the Bucks playing on both a good and a bad team, and it’s a testament to his character and his ability that he was able to keep his production steady regardless of his teammates.

Knight averaged 17.9 points per game and 19.5 points per 36 minutes throughout the duration of his time with the Bucks.

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