- Finished 2015-16 season ranked fourth all-time in Bucks history for career 3-point percentage (min. 100 3PM) with a mark of 40.5 percent and eighth in career 3-pointers made with 372
- Also moved into third place all-time in Bucks history for career free-throw percentage (min. 500 FTA) at 87.4 percent
- Made his first NBA All-Star Weekend appearance as a participant in the 2016 Foot Locker Three-Point Contest in Toronto
- In 2014-15, became first player to have multiple game-winning 3-pointers in the same season since Kobe Bryant in 2009-10
- Ranked tied for 10th in the NBA in 3-point percentage in 2014-15 (.407) and 12th in 2013-14 (.414)
2015-16 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS ... Played in 79 games (all starts) and averaged career highs in points (18.2), assists (4.2), steals (1.7) and minutes per game (36.1), while also pulling down 3.8 rebounds per contest ... led team in scoring with his 18.2 points per game, which ranked 28th in the NBA ... scored in double figures in 71 of his 79 games ... scored 20+ points in 32 games and 30+ points five times ... scored 20+ points in seven straight games from 1/13-1/26, marking a career-long streak ... shot a career-high 88.8 percent from the free-throw line, which was tied for the eighth-highest mark in the NBA ... also averaged a career-high 36.1 minutes per game which ranked seventh in the league ... had a career-long streak of 23 games with double-digit scoring from 12/15-1/28, over which he averaged 21.7 points per game ... scored a career-high-tying 36 points on a career-high 14 made field goals at PHI on 4/10 ... dished out a career-high 11 assists at CLE on 3/23 ... pulled down a career-high-tying 10 boards to go along with 19 points and eight assists vs. NOP on 3/12 ... netted a career-high eight 3-pointers on 3/4 vs. MIN, which was the most by a Buck since Carlos Delfino’s eight 3-pointers made on 3/18/11 vs. NJN ... his 88.9 percent (8-for-9) from 3-point range on 3/4 vs. MIN tied the franchise record for 3-point percentage by a single player with 9+ attempts in a game (Ray Allen, 8-for-9 at DEN on 11/1/01) ... scored 30 points on a perfect 15-of-15 from the free-throw line vs. HOU on 2/29, tying the franchise record for most free throws made in a game without a miss ... scored a career-high 36 points on 6-of-9 shooting from three at OKC on 12/29.
PRO CAREER ... 2014-15: With second game-winning 3-pointer vs. MIA on 3/24 to put MIL ahead 89-88, joined Kobe Bryant (2009-10), Gilbert Arenas (2006-07) and Mo Williams (2005-06) as the only players in the last 10 years to have two buzzer-beating 3-point shots for a win in the same season ... recorded first career game-winner on 12/15 at PHX when he hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to put MIL ahead 96-94 ... tied for 10th in NBA for 3-point percentage (.407) ... tied for ninth in the NBA for steals per turnover (122:113, 1.08) ... had 2+ steals in eight straight games from 1/29 to 2/11, which tied his career-long streak and is the most consecutive such games by a Buck since Mo Williams also had eight in row from 12/22/07 to 1/8/08 ... swiped career-high six steals at NYK on 4/10 ... tied season-high seven assists vs. BKN on 4/12 and vs. CLE on 3/22 ... played career-high 55 minutes on 3/20 at BKN (3 OT) ... tied then-career-high 30 points on 3/11 vs. ORL and went 4-of-4 from three, which was the only time in his career he’s been perfect from distance with 4+ 3-point attempts ... scored then-career-high 30 points on 3/7 vs. WAS ... tied season-high six free throws made on 2/22 vs. ATL ... recorded first career double-double on 2/11 vs. SAC with 15 points and career-high 10 rebounds ... on 2/4 vs. LAL (OT) set season highs in free throws made (6) and assists (7) ... had back-to-back games with 20+ points for second time in his career on 2/2 (25 pts) and 2/4 (21 pts) ... led the team in steals 27 times.
2013-14: Appeared in all 82 games during a breakout sophomore season ... averaged 12.1 points, 3.8 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.0 steals in 30.0 minutes per game ... led the Bucks and ranked 12th in the NBA in 3-point shooting (.414) ... shot 54.0 percent (27-for-50) from behind the arc in February – the second-best mark in the league during the month ... recorded 20+ points in a game 12 times after never having done so in his rookie season ... scored a thencareer- high 29 points at WAS on 12/6 (11-for-22 FG, 4-for-7 3FG) ... logged a then-career-high 52 minutes vs. NYK on 12/18 and scored 20 points with a then career-high nine rebounds ... notched 27 points vs. PHI on 12/21 off of 11-for-15 shooting (.733) and was a perfect 10-for-10 from 2-point range.
2012-13: Appeared in 27 games and averaged 6.1 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 17.6 minutes ... scored 10+ points eight times ... averaged 8.1 points and 3.0 rebounds while shooting 53 percent (27-51) from the field in April – his best offensive month of the season ... assigned to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the NBA D-League from 12/14 – 12/17 where he averaged 11.0 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.0 assists in three games ... recorded 19 points (9-17 FG), nine rebounds and three assists vs. the Maine Red Claws on 12/14 ... inactive 27 times and DNP-CD 25 times. 2012 NBA Summer League: Appeared in all five games (two starts) for Detroit in the 2012 NBA Summer League in Orlando ... averaged 6.0 points and 2.8 rebounds in 23.3 minutes per game ... reached double digits with 12 points (5-5 FG, 2-2 3FG) in the Pistons win over BOS on 6/12.
PLAYOFF HISTORY ... (6 games, 6 starts) ... 2015: Averaged 15.8 points, 3.7 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.3 steals in six games against CHI in the First Round ... went 14-of-15 from the free throw line, and free-throw percentage of 93.3 ranked ninth in the postseason ... 2.3 steals per game ranked third, 38.7 minutes per game ranked 15th and 1.40 (14:10) steal to turnover ratio was tied for 10th ... scored postseason-high 22 points on 4/20 at CHI ... led team with 18 points and four steals on 4/18 at CHI in playoffs debut ... four steals are the most in a player’s first career postseason game since Chris Paul (4, 4/19/08).
COLLEGE ... Named to Second Team All-Big 12 as a junior ... made Wooden and Naismith Award watch lists in 2012 ... participated in USA Basketball’s World University Games Team Training Camp over the summer of 2011 ... 2011-12: Averaged 13.2 points and 5.0 rebounds, which both ranked second on the team ... scored a season-high 24 points in 28 minutes vs. University of Louisiana-Monroe on 12/10 ... recorded his first career double-double with 19 points and career-high 10 rebounds at Texas on 1/11 ... tied season-high 24 points vs. the No. 3 Jayhawks in the Big 12 Tournament on 3/8 ... averaged 19.5 points and 4.5 rebounds in the Big 12 Tournament ... missed a total of 12 games during the season due to a right knee injury ... 2010-11: Led the Aggies in scoring (14.4 ppg) and free-throw percentage (.784) ... ranked second on the team in rebounds (5.2 rpg), minutes (29.6 mpg), steals (39) and 3-pointers made (39) ... scored a career-high 31 points in an overtime win over Arkansas on 12/18 ... won Texas A&M’s Most Improved Player Award for the season ... 2009-10: Averaged 7.2 points and 3.7 rebounds in 34 games ... averaged 13.6 points over the last five games of the season while shooting 53.5 percent from the field, 54.5 percent from 3-point range and 100 percent from the free-throw line ... scored a season-high 19 points vs. Utah State in his first career NCAA Tournament game.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS ... Selected by the Detroit Pistons with the 39th overall pick of the 2012 NBA Draft on 6/28/12 ... traded by the Pistons along with Brandon Knight and Viacheslav Kravtsov to the Milwaukee Bucks for Brandon Jennings on 7/31/13 ... re-signed with the Bucks on 7/9/15.
PERSONAL ... son of James and Nichelle Middleton ... wears size 16 shoes and played baseball when he was younger ... his favorite athletes as a child were Ken Griffey Jr. and Randy Moss, while Michael Jordan is his favorite athlete of all time ... enjoys playing ping pong and played the piano in his younger years ... his cousin, Josh Powell, played six seasons in the NBA ... participated in the first ever Bucks Bus Tour prior to training camp in 2014, visiting Madison, Janesville and Kenosha to interact with fans and host basketball clinics for children at a Boys & Girls Club and YMCA ... on Twitter as @Khris22m.