4. Eric Murdock
If Humphries was unfortunate in seeing his time as a Buck come while the team was fading away from their imposing peak of the 80s, then I’m not sure where that leaves Eric Murdock.
As the team struggled for any real identity or positives under the guidance of Mike Dunleavy, Murdock proved to be a central figure for his team in spite of only being in the early stages of his NBA career.
As a solid three-point shooter, Murdock was a crafty scorer, but it was really on the defensive end of the ball that the former Providence Friar thrived. Nicknamed as “The Man Of Steal”, Murdock averaged 2.0 steals per game as a Buck but never had the chance to taste post-season play.
Overall for his time in Milwaukee, Murdock averaged 14 points, 6.8 assists and 3.2 rebounds per game.
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