1. Oscar Roberston
The Big O may not have put up the best numbers of his career during his time in Milwaukee, but there’s a real chance that without him the Bucks would still have zero championships to their name.
With a young Kareem Abdul-Jabbar entering his prime, the Bucks didn’t need Robertson to be much more than a complementary player, and with that mandate there weren’t many better in history.
As he did throughout his career, Robertson did a little bit of everything during his four seasons in Milwaukee. Even past his prime, there were very few players in the league who were a match for Robertson, and if only he had been slightly younger when he first became a Buck, there would have been no beating Milwaukee for multiple seasons.
Robertson finished his time as a Buck with averages of 16.3 points, 7.5 assists and 4.9 rebounds, and most importantly of all, he left with a championship ring.