10. Craig Hodges
One of the greatest three-point shooters in the history of the game, although most people’s abiding memories of Craig Hodges won’t come from his time with the Milwaukee Bucks, he was a good contributor in his three-and-a-half seasons with the franchise.
Hodges, of course, went on to win two championships as a sharpshooting reserve for the Chicago Bulls but was also famed for his contribution to the NBA’s Three-Point Contest. Hodges appeared in the contest eight times, finishing as a winner on three occasions and a runner-up twice.
For Hodges’ three full seasons as a Buck, the franchise won an incredible average of 55.3 games per season. As a starter/occasional Sixth Man throughout that span, Hodges’ influence and the space he created for his teammates was a key contributing factor to that success.
For his time as a Buck, Hodges averaged 10.5 points, 3.4 assists, 1.8 rebounds and 1.0 steals. Perhaps more importantly, he shot 47.8 percent from the field, 40.4 percent from distance and 85.6 percent from the charity stripe.
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