Total Points Scored
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played less minutes than three other Bucks, but he still scored the most points among anyone to wear a Bucks uniform. He managed a mammoth 14,211 points in his six seasons with the Bucks.
Khris Middleton is the closest of the young Bucks to that mark, having already totaled 3,479 points with Milwaukee. The 11,000 points he needs to take first place seems daunting, because it is, but it’s not an impossible figure to overcome.
If Middleton stays in Milwaukee for ten years he’d need to score under 14 points per game, on average, to take first place. That’s a tough ask for anyone–the average player just doesn’t stay in one place that long, typically.
Jabari Parker might have a better shot at this one. He’s got less points than Middleton, but he’s only 21 years old. Jabari needs 12,834 points to take sole possession of first place. That’s around 16 points per game for a decade, if Jabari stays exceptionally healthy.
Seeing as the young Parker has yet to hit his prime and scored nearly 19 points per game after the All-Star break last season, he could get there in less than a decade. Eight seasons of 20 point per game scoring would get Jabari to the top spot, again assuming he stays healthy.
Those are still long odds, but in eight years Jabari will only be 29. Even if it takes him a little longer, there’s a real chance Jabari Parker could lead the Bucks in points before his career with the team is over.
It should be noted here as well that Giannis also has a shot. He scored 18 points per game after the All-Star break as well, and he has over 2,900 points with Milwaukee already.
If Jabari takes lead dog scoring status he’ll probably have a better shot, but who knows how this malleable core will take form going forward.