2. Ray Allen
A player with a valid case for the top spot, if not for a trade with Seattle that’s still mourned to this day by Bucks fans, who knows what Milwaukee and Ray Allen could have gone on to achieve together over the years that followed.
In his time in Milwaukee, Allen developed from an explosive athlete with a good scoring touch to an elite shooter who deserves to be in the conversation among the greatest shooting guards ever to play the game.
The players around him obviously played a big part in the success experienced by Milwaukee in 2001, but there’s no doubting that without Allen that team could not have come close to the heights they reached.
For his all too brief time in Milwaukee, Ray Allen averaged 19.6 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 1.3 steals while making over 40 percent of his three-point tries.
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