Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and his patented 'sky-hook' brough instant success to the Bucks. After six seasons in Milwaukee, he was (and still is) the leading scorer (14,211) and rebounder (7,161) in team history. He also tops the Bucks all-time list in scoring average (30.4ppg), field goals made (5,902, attempted (10,787) and field goal percentage (.547).

The NBA Legend's talents go well beyond the game of basketball. Kareem is as an accomplished author, a cultural ambassador and, most notably for this story, an actor.

Doron Lamb has found his latest hill to climb.

Turns out it’s an Ant hill.

The 21-year-old Lamb, selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the second round of the 2012 National Basketball Association Draft with the 42nd overall pick, was assigned by the Bucks to the Fort Wayne (Ind.) Mad Ants of the NBA Development League on Feb. 3.

There was a time not so long ago when being a night-in, night-out impact player seemed a long ways away for Larry Sanders.

So maybe it’s only appropriate that Sanders, after rejecting an opposing player’s shot into the crowd, has begun squinting into the distance, with his hand shielding his eyes from the glare of arena lights, beholding his handiwork from afar.

Did you check out the 1990s jerseys the Milwaukee Bucks broke out Feb. 1 to tip off the National Basketball Association's annual Hardwood Classics initiative?

The Bucks will wear the green, purple, silver and white threads, which were worn as alternate uniforms during the 1995-96 season, in 10 games this season as the league celebrates the unique uniform stylings of the 1990s.

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