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Post#1 » by AussieBuck » Fri Dec 9, 2016 12:11 pm

As a numbers dork this is something I look at often and we have what looks like maybe 3 or more settled dudes on the roster so we might get to see some records tumble in the not too distant future. Plus we have a future all timer on board and maybe he'll own every record. Sadly while the Bucks have had a bunch of great players they haven't had great players playing long careers on the team. Giannis is going to scoop up some scalps pretty quick, I'll bump and update periodically when we get some movement on the boards.

Bucks All Time leaderboards (Top 10 and up to top 50 for current players)

Points:
(1) Kareem Abdul Jabbar 14,211
(2) Glenn Robinson 12,010
(3) Sidney Moncrief 11,594
(4) Michael Redd 11,554
(5) Bob Dandridge 11,478
(6) Marques Johnson 10,980
(7) Junior Bridgeman 9,892
(8) Brian Winters 9,743
(9) Ray Allen 9,681
(10) Terry Cummings 9,290

(12) Giannis Antetokounmpo 7,529
(15) Khris Middleton 6,066
(20) Ersan Ilyasova 5,023





Rebounds:
(1) Kareem Abdul Jabbar 7,161
(2) Bob Dandridge 4,497
(3) Marques Johnson 3,923
(4) Andrew Bogut 3,810
(5) Terry Cummings 3,758
(6) Glenn Robinson 3,519
(7) Sidney Moncrief 3,447
(8) Giannis Antetokounmpo 3,316
(9) Jack Sikma 3,087
(10) Vin Baker 3,079


(13) Ersan Ilyasova 2,870
(26) Khris Middleton 1,681



Assists:

(1) Paul Pressey 3,272
(2) Sidney Moncrief 2,689
(3) Brian Winters 2,479
(4) Quinn Buckner 2,391
(5) Sam Cassell 2,269
(6) Oscar Robertson 2,156
(7) Kareem Abdul Jabbar 2,008
(8) Bob Dandridge 1,956
(9) Marques Johnson 1,934
(10) Jay Humphries 1,922

(15) Giannis Antetokounmpo 1,673
(22) Khris Middleton 1,224

(50) Malcolm Brogdon 567

Steals:
(1) Quinn Buckner 1,042
(2) Paul Pressey 894
(3) Sidney Moncrief 874
(4) Alvin Robertson 753
(5) Brain Winters 718
(6) Marques Johnson 697
(7) Glenn Robinson 689
(8) Ray Allen 618
(9T) Junior Bridgeman 607
(9T) Terry Cummings 607

(13) Khris Middleton 513
(14) Giannis Antetokounmpo 504

(21) Ersan Ilyasova 336
(50) Eric Bledsoe 186

Blocks:
(1) Alton Lister 804
(2) Harvey Catchings 709
(3) Andrew Bogut 642
(4) John Henson 600
(5) Ervin Johnson 586
(6) Giannis Antetokounmpo 556
(7) Kareem Abdul Jabbar 495
(8) Randy Breuer 474
(9) Marques Johnson 439
(10) Vin Baker 433

(25) Ersan Ilyasova 177
(48) Thon Maker 91

Threes made:
(1) Ray Allen 1,051
(2) Michael Redd 1,003
(3) Khris Middleton 642
(4) Brandon Jennings 545
(5) Glenn Robinson 494
(6) Ersan Ilyasova 451
(7) Charlie Bell 432
(8) Tim Thomas 425
(9) Carlos Delfino 325
(10) Tony Snell 290

(22) Malcolm Brogdon 191
(25) Giannis Antetokounmpo 177
(26) Eric Bledsoe 173
(47) Thon Maker 82
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Saint Lazarus wrote:Giannis wouldn't even be an all-star if refs accurately called his travels and offensive fouls



Bruno Caboclo would be an all star if he played under Giannis "rules".
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Post#2 » by AussieBuck » Fri Dec 9, 2016 12:12 pm

Reserved to add stuff. David Fisdale's wife for now.:
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Saint Lazarus wrote:Giannis wouldn't even be an all-star if refs accurately called his travels and offensive fouls



Bruno Caboclo would be an all star if he played under Giannis "rules".
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Post#3 » by Magic Giannison » Fri Dec 9, 2016 12:24 pm

Nice stuff, this is gonna be like achievement watch for our guys throughout their career.
Insane how much Kareem scored for the Bucks.
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Post#4 » by AussieBuck » Fri Dec 9, 2016 12:32 pm

For years it was nothing but injured Bogut slowly climbing the rebounds and blocks ladder and whatever chuckers on the mostly empty three point list. Totally shocking seeing Giannis in the top 50 there still and I wouldn't have guessed Henson sneaking into the top 50 scorers.
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Saint Lazarus wrote:Giannis wouldn't even be an all-star if refs accurately called his travels and offensive fouls



Bruno Caboclo would be an all star if he played under Giannis "rules".
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Post#5 » by DutchManDanFan » Fri Dec 9, 2016 12:57 pm

Top 10 in blocks after 16/17
Top 10 in rebounds after 17/18
Top 10 in assists and steals after 18/19
Top 10 in points after 20/21
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Post#6 » by har13 » Fri Dec 9, 2016 1:01 pm

Magic Giannison wrote:Nice stuff, this is gonna be like achievement watch for our guys throughout their career.
Insane how much Kareem scored for the Bucks.

wow crazy,and he did that playing for the Bucks for 6 years,we must accept the second place here Magic :lol: 8-) ,Karim is a legend :bowdown:
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Post#7 » by crkone » Fri Dec 9, 2016 1:17 pm

Personal Fouls
(1) Bob Dandridge 2253
(2) Junior Bridgeman 1760
(3) Paul Pressey 1736
(4) Brian Winters 1662
(5) Terry Cummings 1645
(6) Alton Lister 1642
(7) Glenn Robinson 1549
(8) Sidney Moncrief 1523
(9) Quinn Buckner 1493
(10) Ervin Johnson 1447

(34) Giannis Antetokounmpo 761

This is pretty damn impressive too.

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Post#8 » by Magic Giannison » Fri Dec 9, 2016 1:19 pm

har13 wrote:
Magic Giannison wrote:Nice stuff, this is gonna be like achievement watch for our guys throughout their career.
Insane how much Kareem scored for the Bucks.

wow crazy,and he did that playing for the Bucks for 6 years,we must accept the second place here Magic :lol: 8-) ,Karim is a legend :bowdown:

Kareem was an insane monster in terms of scoring, ive never seen someone score with such ease, not even Jordan.
BUT, i still believe in my boy GIannis XD :lol:
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Post#9 » by har13 » Fri Dec 9, 2016 1:32 pm

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har13 wrote:
Magic Giannison wrote:Nice stuff, this is gonna be like achievement watch for our guys throughout their career.
Insane how much Kareem scored for the Bucks.

wow crazy,and he did that playing for the Bucks for 6 years,we must accept the second place here Magic :lol: 8-) ,Karim is a legend :bowdown:

Kareem was an insane monster in terms of scoring, ive never seen someone score with such ease, not even Jordan.
BUT, i still believe in my boy GIannis XD :lol:

not only scoring,rebounds too,yeah maybe but not in 6 years,Giannis is in his 4 year already,he must stay there a decade to come close :lol:
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Post#10 » by Magic Giannison » Fri Dec 9, 2016 1:42 pm

har13 wrote:
Magic Giannison wrote:
har13 wrote:wow crazy,and he did that playing for the Bucks for 6 years,we must accept the second place here Magic :lol: 8-) ,Karim is a legend :bowdown:

Kareem was an insane monster in terms of scoring, ive never seen someone score with such ease, not even Jordan.
BUT, i still believe in my boy GIannis XD :lol:

not only scoring,rebounds too,yeah maybe but not in 6 years,Giannis is in his 4 year already,he must stay there a decade to come close :lol:

No problem then, Giannis is a BUCK FOR LIFE!
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Post#11 » by har13 » Fri Dec 9, 2016 1:44 pm

Giannis-Karim rebound numbers 1671-7161 ,change Giannis first number with the third or move Karim first number to third place..coincidence?no :)
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Post#12 » by WRau1 » Fri Dec 9, 2016 1:54 pm

Pfft, I broke all those records in under 2 seasons in 2k17.
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Post#13 » by Triple 7 » Fri Dec 9, 2016 2:01 pm

Some quick and dirty math: For Giannis to catch Kareem in scoring and do it within 6 total years, he'll have to average somewhere around 44.7 ppg for this year and the next two years
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Post#14 » by steger_3434 » Fri Dec 9, 2016 2:01 pm

Kind of crazy Kareem has the lead he does in points and rebounds and he only played here 6 years. Kind of goes with what you said about guys not being here long. Hoping Giannis and Jabari can be the exception


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Post#15 » by ackypoo » Fri Dec 9, 2016 2:07 pm

Triple 7 wrote:Some quick and dirty math: For Giannis to catch Kareem in scoring and do it within 6 total years, he'll have to average somewhere around 44.7 ppg for this year and the next two years

something to work towards?
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Post#16 » by Pachinko_ » Fri Dec 9, 2016 2:18 pm

LOL @ David Fisdale's wife getting the most +1's in the thread :lol:
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Post#17 » by Magic Giannison » Fri Dec 9, 2016 2:21 pm

How bad was Big Dog as a defender?
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Post#18 » by ElPeregrino » Fri Dec 9, 2016 6:20 pm

steger_3434 wrote:Kind of crazy Kareem has the lead he does in points and rebounds and he only played here 6 years. Kind of goes with what you said about guys not being here long. Hoping Giannis and Jabari can be the exception


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Kareem was so much better than any other player to ever play for the Bucks. 30.4 ppg, 15.5 rpg, 4.3 apg, 1.2 spg, 3.4 bpg, 0.548 FG% career Bucks averages. All-Star every year, 3x MVP, and our only championship. There's a reason McGlocklin can't go a single broadcast without mentioning how great Kareem was. A real shame he didn't want to play here. If he had stayed, he would be a legend in Wisconsin akin to Brett Favre and basketball would be a lot more popular in our state.
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Post#19 » by Treebeard » Fri Dec 9, 2016 6:35 pm

I'll put in a commercial for my favorite old time Buck - Bobby "the Greyhound" Dandridge. His stats look pretty good with age. He played alongside Kareem & Oscar and that works both ways for his stats. He was a gifted player in his own right who's style of play would fit well with today's game and he tuned his game to fit the team. He was a Popovich kind of player.
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Post#20 » by worthlessBucks » Fri Dec 9, 2016 6:49 pm

Giannis will be all over this in short order.

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