Bucks by the Numbers in 2009-10
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Bucks by the Numbers in 2009-10
0- The number of NBA First Round Playoff series, outside of Milwaukee's against Atlanta, to go the full seven games. The Bucks were a sixth seed going up against the Hawks third seed.
1 - Bucks General Manager John Hammond's place in the NBA's Executive of the Year voting.
2 - Scott Skiles' final place in the NBA's Coach of the Year voting.
2.5 - Blocks per game for Andrew Bogut, the second-highest number in the league.
3 - Number of players who have spent 10 seasons in a Bucks uniform. Michael Redd joined Sidney Moncrief (consecutive seasons) and Junior Bridgeman (two stints) in the exclusive group during the 2009-10 season.
5 - The fewest turnovers in a playoff game for the Bucks, set in Atlanta on May 2.
6 - Andrew Bogut's number, the name of the cheering section he created, "Squad Six" and his ranking in single-season block totals as his 175 put him behind Karem Abdul-Jabbar (238 and 212, 1973-74 and 1974-75 respectively), Elmore Smith (238, 1975-76), Harvey Catchings (184, 1980-81) and Alton Lister (177, 1982-83) in the franchise record books.
7 - Road wins for the Bucks in February. It was their first winning month on the road since December of 2005 (4-2) and their first when playing as many as nine road games in a month since January of 2002 (5-4).
8 - Sellouts for the Bucks in 2009-10, including all three of the home playoff contests.
10 - Overtime contests played by the Milwaukee Bucks, a league-high and the most in franchise history. Milwaukee was 4-6 in overtime during the 2009-10 season.
12 - Wins for the Bucks out of 13 games from February 19 through March 14. It included two six-game winning streaks and they eventually pushed their record to 15-2 in 17 games.
14 - Consecutive points scored by the Bucks in coming away with a Game 5 win in Atlanta in their first round series. According to Elias Sports Bureau, it's the first time a road team has won a playoff game by scoring 14 or more consecutive points in the fourth quarter or overtime after trailing at the beginning of the run since Dallas scored 20 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to win in Houston in 2005.
17/9/9 - Points, rebounds and assists for Brandon Jennings in his NBA debut as he narrowly missed becoming the second player in history (Oscar Robertson, 1960) with a triple-double in his first game. He led the Bucks in all three categories and became the first player since John Drew of Atlanta in 1974 to accomplish that mark.
19 - Games decided by three points or less for the Bucks, the most in the league. Milwaukee was 7-12 in those games.
19.9 - John Salmons' scoring average in his 30 games as a member of the Bucks. Milwaukee was 22-8 after the trade for Salmons.
20 - The total win improvement for the Bucks since John Hammond and Scott Skiles joined the franchise following the 26-56 2007-08 season. The Bucks finished 2009-10 with 46 wins, their most since winning 50 in 2000-01.
26 - The amount of playoff appearances for the Bucks in their 42 seasons.
28 - Number of games the Bucks held their foes under 90 points. This number is nearly the same as what Milwaukee had done in the previous three seasons combined (08-09: 17, 07-08: 9, 06-07: 3).
30 - Consecutive games the Bucks went without losing back-to-back games starting with a win over Toronto on January 20 and ending with a victory over Atlanta on March 22. It's the third longest streak of that nature in team history (55 in 1970-71 and 47 in 1969-70). The Bucks were 23-7 in that stretch.
34 - Points for Brandon Jennings in his playoff debut, two off the NBA rookie record set by Derrick Rose in 2009 and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in 1970. His 34 points were the most by a Buck in the playoffs since Michael Redd had 40 in 2006.
39 - Consecutive games with at least one block for Andrew Bogut, the longest streak since Marcus Camby had 51 in 2007-08.
39.7 - The percentage of points that came from the Bucks starting backcourt duo of Brandon Jennings (131) and John Salmons (119) in the playoffs. They combined for 250 of the club's 630 points.
45.1 - Field goal percentage for Bucks opponents, the 10th best mark in the NBA in 2009-10. In the previous three seasons the Bucks were at 45.8 (16th), 48.0 (29) and 48.0 (29).
55 - Brandon Jennings' point total on November 14 against Golden State. Details from the night include:
- The fastest (seventh game, edging out Wilt Chamberlain: eight games) and youngest (20 years and 52 days, passing LeBron James: 20 years and 80 days) player to top 50 points in a game.
- The most points by an NBA rookie since Earl Monroe had 56 on February 13, 1968.
- The most points by a Bucks rookie (Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had 51 on February 21, 1970) and two shy of Michael Redd's franchise record of 57 (November 11, 2006).
- His 45 second half points were the most scored in a half since Kobe Bryant had 55 on January 22, 2006.
- The 55-point game came on the heels of a 32-point effort against Denver, making him the first Bucks rookie to score 30-plus points in consecutive games since Glenn Robinson on February 8 and 14 in 1995.
89 - Brandon Jennings' starts in 2009-10 (regular season and playoffs). He and Luke Ridnour are the only players to appear in all 89 games. Jennings' 89 starts are the most for a Bucks rookie since Marques Johnson also had 89 in 1977-78 (80 regular season and nine postseason).
96.0 - The points allowed each game by the Bucks, the lowest mark in franchise for a full season, besting the previous mark of 96.9 set during the 2000-01 season.
100.0 - Milwaukee's free throw percentage on April 30 as they knock down all 12 of their free throw attempts. It was the first time in team history that the Bucks connected on 100.0 percent of their free throw attempts in a postseason game.
145 - Three pointers for Brandon Jennings, a Bucks rookie record.
279 - Combined three-pointers made by Brandon Jennings (145) and Carlos Delfino (134). It's the fourth-highest total for a Bucks duo in franchise history.
470 - Assists on the season for Brandon Jennings, a franchise record for rookies.
645 - A franchise record for three-pointers made, surpassing the previous mark of 593 set in the 2001-02 season.
999 - Career three pointers for Michael Redd. Second in franchise history behind Ray Allen's 1,051.
1985 - The last time the Bucks had won seven road games in a month prior to the team's 7-2 road record in February 2010 (in November 1985, they won seven away from home).
11,510 - Points scored in Michael Redd's career, all in a Milwaukee uniform. He passed Bob Dandridge (11,478) for fourth on the franchise's scoring list on January 5.
675,604 - The number of fans who came to the Bradley Center to see the Bucks play in 41 regular season games and three playoff games. There were eight sellouts - including each of the three playoff games.