Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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26. O.J. Mayo

It’s funny how time not only changes people, but perceptions also. O.J. Mayo has become a completely different player to the man who showed up out of shape for his first season in Milwaukee and failed to perform on a nightly basis.

Mayo has grown into a leader, and an incredibly selfless teammate, but that doesn’t do anything to diminish his ability as a scorer.

In spite of never being anywhere close to a primary scoring option during his time with the Bucks, the former USC Trojan continues to show many of the traits and skills that made him one of the nation’s most highly touted prospects, dating back to his high school days.

The West Virginia native has always been capable of creating his own opportunities with the ball in his hands, whether that be in close to the basket, taking his man off the dribble, or pulling up to shoot jumpers.

His 11.4 points per game, and 16.2 points per 36 minutes (to date) are the perfect examples of that when you consider what his role has been during his time in Milwaukee.

Next: 25. John Salmons