It’s early for this, there’s no disputing that. Jabari Parker has been with the Bucks for two seasons now, but has only really played a little over one thanks to injury. Still, he’s already shown greater ability than any of those he ranks ahead of and has certainly given the franchise greater hope.
A young Midwesterner with a strong sense of what life in the region is really like, Parker seemed like a natural fit for Milwaukee from the moment he was drafted. The flashes of offensive skill in the time since have suggested that Parker has what it takes to scale to the top of this list in the coming years.
Parker has started his career with the Bucks with a stronger foundation of talent than almost any power forward the franchise has ever seen, and with his play pre-injury as a rookie and post All-Star break in his comeback season, he’s already working his way towards earning his status in franchise history upon merit alone.
For his Bucks career to date, Jabari is averaging 13.6 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.7 assists per game on 49.2 percent shooting from the field.