Perhaps the most loved figure in Bucks history due to his constant presence in various capacities since the foundation of the team right up to the present day, Jon McGlocklin has seen and done it all throughout his involvement with the franchise.
Johnny Mac joined the Bucks having been drafted in the Expansion Draft that saw the team come into existence, and in spite of having failed to make a major impact elsewhere, he hit the ground running with an All-Star appearance in the team’s very first season.
McGlocklin would continue as a key member of the Bucks throughout the remainder of his time with the team, as even though his numbers dipped by virtue of the stars he had to share the ball with, his sharpshooting was vital to Milwaukee’s championship winning team.
McGlocklin would continue with the Bucks through to the latter part of the 70s before stepping into a broadcasting role first on radio and later television for the team. As a Buck, Johnny Mac averaged 12.6 points, 3.2 assists and 2.4 rebounds on over 50 percent shooting from the field.
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