Milwaukee Bucks: 30 Greatest Scorers In Franchise History

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23. Moses Malone

Moses Malone is one of the greatest players to ever play in the NBA, although it’s understandable, that it’s not necessarily his time in Milwaukee that anybody remembers him by. Around the league, Malone amassed 12 All-Star appearances, three MVPS, as well as a championship win in Philadelphia.

Malone played little more than a season with the Bucks, and at the age of 36, his powers were clearly on the wane. A declining Malone was still an exceptional player though, and had very little difficulty when it came to grabbing rebounds and scoring at a consistent rate.

Malone’s regular 20 plus point scoring showings were behind him by the time he reached Milwaukee, but that didn’t mean he was easy for the opposition to deal with. On teams whose options could be described as limited at best, Malone continued to stand out.

As a short-term Buck, The Chairman of the Boards averaged 14.3 points per game, which equated to 18.3 points per 36 minutes. Not a bad return for an old guy coming towards the end of his days as a player.

Next: 22. Junior Bridgeman