Milwaukee Bucks retired numbers

14   Jon McGlocklin

If it has happened in the 33-year history of the Milwaukee Bucks, Johnny Mac was there to see it. An original member of the Bucks, McGlocklin remains a fixture in the organization, having spent the last 25 seasons on the Bucks broadcast team.

A 6-5 guard from Indiana University, McGlocklin enjoyed an an 11-year NBA odyssey that included eight seasons -- not to mention an All-Star Appearance and an NBA Championship -- in Milwaukee.

After two seasons in Cincinnati and one in San Diego, McGlocklin was selected by the Bucks in the 1968 expansion draft. He was the leading scorer on the inagural Bucks team (19.6 ppg) and became the first player to represent the Bucks in an All-Star Game.

In 1970-71, he was the starting shooting guard on the storied Bucks team that won 66 games and stormed through a 12-2 postseason en route to a World Championship. McGlocklin shot 53.6 percent in those 14 games, and averaged 14.9 ppg.

After the championship season, McGlocklin logged five more years in a Bucks uniform. He retired after the 1975-76 season having appeared in 595 games for the Bucks -- a total surpassed by only three other players. In eight seasons, he averaged 12.6 ppg for Milwaukee.

McGlocklin's name still graces the Bucks All-Time Leaders list in points (10th, 7,505), minutes (8th, 17,008), assists (10th, 1,921), field goals made (9th, 3,315) and attempted (9th, 6,561) and free throw percentage (6th, .860). On December 10, 1976, Johnny Mac's No. 14 was raised to rafters. He is the only Buck ever to have worn that number, and the only one who ever will.

Milw. Totals (68-76, eight seasons)

Career 595 17008 3315-6561 .505 875-1018 .860 1432 1921 1092 7505 12.6
Playoffs 51 1462 252-515 .489 73-89 .820 94 119 110 577 11.3