Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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13. Vin Baker

Baker was unfortunate to have landed with the Bucks in a period of time that was just the wrong side of a couple of their golden eras, but as easily the team’s best player and dominant option in the mid-90s, he had very little trouble when it came to racking up points.

Baker was an All-Star in three of his four seasons as a Buck, only missing out as a rookie. That was in large part due to the manner in which he could combine big time scoring and dominant rebounding from the power forward spot too.

Every time that Baker stepped on the floor, he seemed liable to put up 20 points and 10 rebounds, and that’s not something that can be said of many other players in Bucks history. Baker married a touch of finesse to imposing physicality to make him a horrible matchup for opposing teams every night of the season.

The former Hartford Hawk was traded to Seattle after four seasons in Milwaukee in which he combined to average 18.3 points and 9.5 rebounds per contest.

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