10. Harvey Catchings
Perhaps best known among Bucks fans for being traded alongside Marques Johnson and Junior Bridgeman in a deal with the Clippers that brought back a player who ranks much higher on this list, Catchings was a solid but unspectacular backup on the great Bucks teams of the mid 80s.
Having been drafted 42nd overall in 1974, Catchings did a good job of carving out a lengthy and respectable NBA career for himself, with his time with the Bucks offering no exception to that bigger picture.
As a part of a team that often ran with more versatile, smaller forwards at the four spot, Catchings was a reliable effort big off the bench or in spot minutes as a starter. Statistically he didn’t do too much in Milwaukee, but the reality is, with the caliber of his teammates he never really had to.
In five seasons as a Buck, Catchings averaged 3.2 points and 5.0 rebounds, while shooting 42.6 percent from the field across his 372 games in Milwaukee. He also inspired his daughter, Tamika’s love of the game, leading her to go on to become a WNBA champion and 10-time All-Star.