Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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27. Drew Gooden

Gooden arrived in Milwaukee for the Bucks to be the ninth team of his career, yet in spite of not being the most aesthetically pleasing big man, the former Kansas Jayhawk can always be relied upon to be productive.

Gooden is far from the most popular figure in franchise history, as his time in Milwaukee was underwhelming as much due to the amount of time he missed due to injury as anything else. Gooden ate up salary space that could have been better utilized in other ways for Milwaukee, and that was what eventually led to the Bucks deciding to waive him.

When he was on the floor as a Buck, Gooden posted strong numbers across the board, and scoring didn’t play an exception to that.

Gooden averaged 11.3 points per game in his time with the Bucks, but having only averaged 23 minutes per game, that doesn’t truly do Gooden any justice for his work as a scorer in Milwaukee. Per 36 minutes, the big man averaged 17.6 points, presenting a handful for opposing defenders as somebody capable of scoring in a whole host of ways.

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