10 Greatest Bucks in franchise history ranked by Player Efficiency Rating (PER)

Toronto Raptors v Milwaukee Bucks - Game Six
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7. Jrue Holiday - 19.7

Jrue Holiday's tenure with the Milwaukee Bucks was short, but, boy, was it eventful.

Just before the 2020-21 NBA season, the Bucks pulled the trigger on a massive trade that saw them bring in Jrue Holiday, moving on from the aforementioned Eric Bledsoe. Alongside the two other star players, Holiday helped form one of the most lethal trios in franchise history. There were struggles in the regular season, but Holiday eventually found his footing with the Milwaukee Bucks.

Holiday's first playoff run with the Bucks in 2021 was full of memorable moments, none of which top the "Valley Oop" against the Phoenix Suns in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Not only did Holiday steal the ball from Devin Booker in the closing moments, but he also found Giannis Antetokounmpo up top for an and-one dunk to stun the Phoenix crowd and virtually seal the victory on the road.

Holiday and the Bucks could not capture that same magic over the rest of his time in town, but he was still a strong piece for them, earning more All-Defensive selections and even the second All-Star nod of his NBA career. It seemed like Holiday was a strong candidate to finish off his career with the team, but, of course, this league is very unpredictable.

Over those three seasons he played with the Milwaukee Bucks, Holiday helped the Bucks snap their 50-year title drought, and his efforts helped him finish top-10 in PER.