2. Sam Cassell
A key component of the most recent true contender that the franchise has managed to put together, the likeable Sam Cassell will always be fondly remembered, not only among Bucks fans, but everywhere he played.
Cassell had a knack for helping to elevate his teams to new heights, and his time with Milwaukee proved to be no exception to that rule.
In five seasons with the Bucks, Cassell took his scoring and distributing to new levels. Playing alongside the formidable Ray Allen and Glenn Robinson, it seems fair to say that Cassell likely doesn’t get the credit he deserves for his play at that time.
Of course, a conference finals appearance was the highlight (and arguably the lowlight) of Cassell’s time in Milwaukee, but with averages of 19 points, 7.2 assists and 4 rebounds per game overall, the former Florida State Seminole can look back on the entirety of his time with the Bucks with great pride.
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