4 – Malcolm Brogdon
We have already had the Mayor, but next up is the President. In his three seasons alongside Giannis Antetokounmpo, they made the playoffs in all of them. This was the start of Giannis’ ascendance to All-Star level, and Brogdon was a huge part of that.
Selected in the second round of the 2016 draft, he went on to be so impressive he picked up the Rookie of the Year trophy, having played such an important role on the Bucks. His ability to be a solid shooter, facilitator, and strong defender has led to his impressive NBA career so far.
One of the most memorable Brogdon moments in a Bucks jersey was his reverse dunk on LeBron James. Using the screen to burst past the King before slamming it on his head. That team with Giannis and Jabari was beginning to make strides and had they stayed together could have been a real exciting team to see grow.
A 12.8 point per game scorer for the Bucks on 40 percent 3-point shooting during his time in Milwaukee led to him moving on to the Indiana Pacers as their lead guard before winning the Sixth Man of the Year award with the Boston Celtics.
Brogdon was a huge piece for the Bucks as they started to ascend their way up the Eastern Conference rankings and his composure is a huge asset to any team he plays on.