Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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25. John Salmons

Salmons is another journeyman who came to write his own chapter in a particularly mediocre section of Milwaukee Bucks basketball. In the short time in which he played in the Bradley Center, Salmons certainly could not be accused of not scoring.

Salmons arrived in Milwaukee along with a first and two second round picks, as part of a deal with the Chicago Bulls that saw Joe Alexander, Hakim Warrick and a first round pick head in the opposite direction.

Salmons came in around the 2010 trade deadline and scored in bunches from then until the end of that season, with an average of just below 20 points a night. Although not quite at those heady levels, Salmons continued to score with aplomb in the following season also.

The former Miami Hurricane would be traded to Sacramento as part of a blockbuster draft night deal that also included the Charlotte Bobcats, merely 15 months after he arrived in Milwaukee. As a Buck, he averaged 15.7 points per game.

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