Milwaukee Bucks: Every Olympian In Franchise History

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Miroslav Raduljica – 2016 Olympics

A mainstay of the Serbian national team for a number of years, the Rio Games finally saw Miroslav Raduljica get the chance to represent his country on the Olympic stage. The 28-year-old took full advantage of the opportunity too.

Having only played a total of 53 games between his two seasons in the NBA, US fans haven’t necessarily gotten a chance to see everything that Raduljica can do yet, but he gave a clear glimpse of his ability while helping his country to a silver medal.

Raduljica averaged 14.8 points and 3.2 rebounds in Brazil, including an outstanding 25-point showing against Australia when the two countries clashed for the first time in the group stages.

Raduljica only spent a single season with the Bucks, playing 48 games in the historically bad 2013-14 campaign. The following year he made five appearances for the Timberwolves before returning to play in Europe.

Next: Milwaukee Bucks Could Dominate the 2020 Olympic Games

That’s it for the Bucks’ history of Olympians for now, but expect a number of new names to make the list for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.