2. Vin Baker
Although it would be another year before Milwaukee would get their hands on Glenn Robinson via the first overall pick of the 1994 NBA Draft, the first real rays of hope for the franchise in terms of fresh, young talent arrived in 1993 with the selection of Vin Baker.
A strong power forward with a versatile scoring touch, Baker had impressed during his time in college at Hartford and didn’t really waste any time in making an impression when he landed in the NBA as a Buck.
Baker would only stay with the Bucks for four seasons before being traded to Seattle, but following on from his rookie year he stood out for the team by making three straight All-Star appearances.
Baker’s spell with the Bucks may not have been as long as many of the franchise’s other greats, but he’s remained a popular figure ever since. As a Buck, he averaged 18.3 point, 9.5 rebounds and 2.7 assists, while shooting 49.4 percent from the field.