Considering the caliber of players who Bob Dandridge shared the court with in his time in Milwaukee, his numbers can’t possibly do justice to just how important The Greyhound was to his team’s success.
In fact, an important part of Dandridge’s legacy comes in being the rare kind of star who was able to mesh and produce top quality performances on a winning team in spite of having to defer to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson.
Aside from those superstar teammates, Dandridge was a three-time All-Star as a Buck in his own right, becoming noted for his versatility and ability to knock down the big shot whenever his number was called.
Like so many other great Bucks, Dandridge had the opportunity to return to Milwaukee to finish his career as a Buck having been a Bullet in the interim. For his nine years in Milwaukee, he averaged 18.6 points, 7.3 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.5 steals while making 48.7 percent of his shots from the field.