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Bucks Hall of Fame List
August 11, 2011
Nate Archibald: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1991 as a player. Played 46 games for the Bucks during the 1983-84 season. Archibald was in Milwaukee for just one season, which ended up being the final season in his 13-year NBA career. While with the Bucks, Archibald averaged 7.4 points and 3.5 rebounds in 46 games. Archibalds NBA career included an NBA championship with the 1981 Boston Celtics, three first-team All-NBA honors and six NBA All-Star appearances.
Hubie Brown: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2005 as a contributor. Served as a Bucks assistant coach from 1972-74. Hubie Brown served as the lone assistant coach on Head Coach Larry Costello's staff for two seasons. During those two seasons, Brown helped the Bucks amass a 119-45 (.726) record and two Midwest Division Championships.
Dave Cowens: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1991 as a player. Played 40 games for the Bucks during the 1982-83 season. After 10 seasons and two NBA Championships with the Boston Celtics, Dave Cowens was traded to Milwaukee on September 9, 1982 for Quinn Buckner. Cowens averaged 8.1 points and 6.9 rebounds in 40 games with the Bucks during his final NBA season.
Adrian Dantley: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2008 as a player. Played 13 games for the Bucks during the 1990-91 season. Adrian Dantley's Bucks career was brief as he played just 13 games with the Bucks during his final NBA season. Dantley signed with the Bucks on August 2, 1991 and averaged 5.7 points and 1.3 rebounds in the final 10 regular season games and then suited up for three Bucks playoff games.
Wayne Embry: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1999 as a contributor. Played 78 games for the Bucks during the 1968-69 season and served as Bucks General Manager from 1971-79. Wayne Embry was the first African-American General Manager in the NBA when he was hired by the Bucks in 1971. Before joining the Bucks front office, Embry was drafted by the organization from the Boston Celtics on May 6, 1968 during the expansion draft.
Alex English: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997 as a player. Played 151 games for the Bucks from 1976-78. English began his 15-year NBA career in Milwaukee when he was drafted by the Bucks during the second round (23rd pick) of the 1976 NBA Draft. In his first two seasons in the league, he averaged 7.7 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.1 assists per game. An eight-time NBA All-Star, English led the league in total points twice (1982-83 & 1985-86) and ranks 16th in NBA history with 25,613 career points.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1995 as a player. Played 524 games for the Bucks from 1969-1975. One of the most decorated players to ever wear a Milwaukee Bucks uniform, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar brought instant success to the Bucks. He is the franchise's leading scorer (14,211) and rebounder (7,161) and his number 33 was retired at the Bradley Center on April 24, 1993.
K.C. Jones: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1989 as a player. Served as a Bucks assistant coach for the 1976-77 season.K.C. Jones spent one season on the Bucks bench and worked with Head Coach Larry Costello and fellow assistant, Don Nelson. Costello resigned only 18 games into the season and Jones served as the lone assistant to Nelson who was appointed head coach. In his nine-year NBA playing career, Jones won eight NBA titles with the Boston Celtics and ranked in the top-10 in assists per game in four of his nine seasons.
Bob Lanier: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1992 as a player. Played 323 games for the Bucks from 1979-83. Lanier was already a seven-time NBA All-Star before arriving in Milwaukee via trade on Feb 4, 1980. During his four-plus seasons in Milwaukee, Lanier helped the Bucks win five division championships and average 53 wins per season. Despite his brief tenure in Milwaukee, Lanier is 9th on the Bucks postseason scoring list (680 points), tied for 6th in rebounding (342) and tied for 3rd in blocked shots (45). Laniers No. 16 was retired by the Bucks on Dec 4, 1984.
Moses Malone: Moses Malone Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2001 as a player. Played 93 games for the Bucks from 1991-93. Malone spent two of his 19 NBA seasons in Milwaukee where he averaged 14.3 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.1 assists. A three-time NBA MVP, Malone won an NBA title with the 1983 Philadelphia 76ers, led the league in rebounding for five seasons (ranks third all-time with 17,834 rebounds) and is the NBA record holder with 7,382 offensive rebounds. Malone was a 12-time NBA All-Star and played in the 1975 ABA All-Star game.
Oscar Robertson: Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1980. Played 335 games for the Bucks from 1970-74. A 10-time NBA All-Star prior to arriving in Milwaukee, the Bucks traded for Robertson on April 21, 1970 and served as a major piece to the Bucks 1970-71 championship team. Over four seasons in Milwaukee, Robertson averaged 16.3 points, 7.5 assists and 4.9 rebounds per contest. Robertson led the Bucks back to the NBA Finals during his last year in the league and to a 248-80 record during his four years in Milwaukee. The Bucks retired his No. 1 jersey on October 18, 1974.