Milwaukee Bucks: Every Olympian In Franchise History

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Ray Allen (USA) – 2000

Considering the quality of Allen’s play throughout his career, it seems a little surprising that he only made one appearance at an Olympic Games. With the likes of Kobe Bryant and Dwyane Wade for competition though, Allen’s path to minutes was never going to be simple.

Still, Allen made his one trip count. As part of a US squad that included the likes of Allen’s future Celtics teammate Kevin Garnett and Bucks head coach Jason Kidd, the prospect of leaving Australia with a gold medal never seemed in doubt.

For his time in Sydney, Allen averaged 9.7 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.2 assists. At the time approaching the peak of his powers in Milwaukee, Allen’s best game of the tournament saw him post 21 points and six rebounds against the Chinese.

Allen would go on to leave Milwaukee in 2003, then playing for Seattle, Boston and Miami en route to picking up two championship rings. With rumors of a return surfacing of late, who says there isn’t more to come though.

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