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

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6. Michael Redd - 19.7

A lot of younger Bucks fans may not remember that before Khris Middleton, there was another player donning No. 22 and knocking down shots in town.

Michael Redd spent all but one year of his NBA career - his final season - with the Milwaukee Bucks. He showed glimpses of potential throughout his first three seasons, but Redd truly started to make a name for himself in the 2003-04 season, which happened to be the first year following the Ray Allen trade that saw the Bucks go in another direction entirely.

During that 2003-04 season, Redd was an All-Star and named to an All-NBA team while also getting consideration for Most Improved Player, though he did not win it. With Allen out, Redd moved into the starting lineup full time and took his game to the next level, providing a beacon of hope that perhaps the Milwaukee Bucks had another star on their hands.

Redd's tenure never resulted in much postseason success for the Bucks, but there's no denying what he brought to the table. In 11 seasons and 578 regular season games with the Bucks, he averaged 20 points, four rebounds, 2.3 assists and one steal per game. He'll never be the most recognizable Buck to wear No. 22, but there's no doubt he was a steal of a second-round selection.