The 50 Greatest Players in Milwaukee Bucks History

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45. Ramon Sessions – A Second-Round Steal for the Bucks

The Stats: Three seasons played in Milwaukee. 12.6/3.3/5.8/0.9/0.1 on 44.8/29.9/80.7.

The Accolades: Recorded a 20-20 game, triple-double and 40-10 game. Was drafted 56th overall by the Bucks in 2007. Won two D-League Performer of the Week awards.  

The Breakdown: Ramon Sessions is one of those players that refuses to bow to expectations. Second round draft picks often never catch on in the NBA, but Sessions sure did. He is usually seen as more of a distributor than a scorer, but he’s been brilliant at both of those things in flashes in his time with the Bucks.

Unfortunately he’s not more consistent, or Sessions would probably be a lot higher on this list. Still though, recording a 20 point/20 assist game, a 40 point/10 assist game and a triple-double all in Milwaukee is pretty extraordinary, especially for a 56th overall draft pick.

Sessions might not be remember as a great player by most Bucks fans, but he sure could throw up a massive game with no warning. He’s earned his spot both on this list and on Adam McGee’s list of the Top 20 Individual Performaces in Bucks history.

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