Top 5 Point Guards In Milwaukee Bucks History

By Kareem Gantt

5 Greatest Point Guards In Milwaukee Bucks History

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The Milwaukee Bucks have a vary storied history of producing top players, and some of those players have been point guards. Let's go down memory lane and look at the five greatest point guards ever to play in the land of beer.

5. Paul Pressey

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5. Paul Pressey

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Although Pressey was a small forward, he will forever be credited as the player who invented the "point forward" position. He was more of a point guard than a forward, and that's why Pressey is on this list.

4. Brandon Jennings

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4. Brandon Jennings

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Although Jennings is in Detroit now, the diminutive guard had his best moments as a pro in Milwaukee. He was electrifying and led a mini resurgence, reaching the playoffs in his last two seasons in Milwaukee, including a near upset of the Atlanta Hawks in 2010.

3. Sam Cassell

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3. Sam Cassell

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Cassell will be remembered for being the conductor of the offensive juggernaut that ran loose on the league from 1998 to 2003. Cassell was always an important player, but he showed all of the tools in his game once he was in Milwaukee.

2. Sidney Moncrief

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2. Sidney Moncrief

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Moncrief is one of the greatest Bucks of all time, playing nearly his entire career in a Bucks uniform. Moncrief led the Bucks into Eastern Conference contention in the 1980s. It's a shame he never won a title.

1. Oscar Robertson

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1. Oscar Robertson

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"The Big-O" is without a doubt the greatest Bucks point guard of all time. He is the only player in NBA history to average a triple-double for an entire season and teamed up with Kareem Abdul-Jabber to carry the Bucks to two NBA Finals, winning one. The Big-O is legendary in the land of beer.

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