8. Mo Williams
The man who replaced Ford, Williams was another whose star shone bright for the Bucks, albeit for a relatively short period of time.
Williams was never afraid of the limelight, and in spite of a rocky start to his time in the league with the Jazz, he wasted no time in taking the opportunities that fell his way in Milwaukee.
The former Alabama man came into his own as a Buck with no shortage of memorable moments (particularly the above game-winner against Indiana) and having signed a long-term deal to stay with Milwaukee it appeared as if he would be around for the long haul.
That turned out not to be the case though, as Williams ended up traded at the end of the following season in a salary dump from Milwaukee’s perspective that saw him end up in Cleveland for the first iteration of LeBron’s Cavs. As a Buck, Williams averaged 14.1 points, 5.7 assists and 3.5 rebounds.
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