Milwaukee Bucks: Meet the 1990s All-Decade Team

DALLAS, TX - FEBRUARY 20: (Photo credit: PAUL K. BUCK/AFP via Getty Images)
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The 1990s were far from kind to the Milwaukee Bucks, but they still managed to have standout stars and contributors as you’ll see in our third All-Decade Team.

For the first two decades of their existence, the Milwaukee Bucks were the model franchise that primarily stood as a pillar of success.

By the turn of the 1990s, however, the Bucks’ identity and standing near the top of the Eastern Conference was severely shaken. No longer were there core stars such as Sidney Moncrief, Terry Cummings and Paul Pressey that had been constants in their run the previous decade.

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Instead, the Bucks entered the 90s in search of some hope for the future, with time having finally caught up on them. It turns out that was much easier said than done.

Despite the many woes the Bucks endured throughout the decade, they certainly weren’t without promising and talented stars that they had hoped would bring them out of a rebuilding period that went on longer than expected.

Some of those range from Hall of Famers, team legends and a unique defensive-minded player that all made their mark in what was quite a mediocre decade for the Bucks overall, respectively.

So without further ado, let’s run through the six players that made their mark on the Milwaukee Bucks during the 1990s.