5. Fred Roberts
A second round pick in the 1982 NBA Draft, Fred Roberts certainly maximized every ounce of his ability during a lengthy career in the NBA. That included a strong spell with the Bucks as the 80s turned into 90s.
Like a number of players on this list, Roberts was generally not the the guy who the Bucks leaned on for star contributions, but the former BYU Cougar was the consummate professional and certainly had his share of memorable moments.
Roberts deputized for the injured Terry Cummings as the Bucks went toe-to-toe with the eventual champion Pistons in the 1989 Eastern Conference Semi-Finals, as can be seen in the video above. And even after playoff glories were fading for the Bucks, Roberts remained a factor.
As a Buck, the Utah native averaged 9.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.5 assists per game, while shooting 50.5 percent from the field in just under 400 games.