Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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28. Eric Murdock

Murdock is often forgotten about in terms of the pantheon of Milwaukee Bucks point guards, but he was exceptionally productive during his time in the Cream City. Murdock was unselfish in dishing to teammates, a specialist when it came to steals, but that shouldn’t overshadow his scoring either.

A competent three-point shooter, shooting just under 36 percent during his time as a Buck, Murdock was versatile and capable of scoring the ball by driving straight to the rim, pulling up for mid-range jumpers, or offering an off ball spot up option from beyond the arc.

Murdock would never log heavy minutes again after departing Milwaukee, and is yet another player who it’s surprising to consider failed to have anything more than an end of bench role for the remainder of his career after leaving the Bucks.

Known as “The Man of Steal”, Murdock’s scoring was noteworthy in his three and a bit seasons in Milwaukee too. Murdock averaged 14 points per game and 16.9 per 36 as a Buck.

Next: 27. Drew Gooden