ImageImage

Bucks All Time Stats Leaders

Moderators: MickeyDavis, paulpressey25

DutchManDanFan
Lead Assistant
Posts: 4,958
And1: 2,211
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Voorschoten
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#241 » by DutchManDanFan » Mon Jul 19, 2021 3:29 pm

Bucks All-Time Leaders, Career Totals in the Playoffs

NBA Finals, Game 5:
Spoiler:
Giannis:
Points: . No 1: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 87 to go.
Rebounds: . No 1: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 228 to go.
Assists: 4th.
Steals: 4th.
Blocks: . No 1: Alton Lister, 8 to go.
3PM: 5th.

Khris:
Points: 4th.
Rebounds: 6th.
Assists: 5th.
Steals: .
Blocks: 25th.
3PM: .

Brook Lopez:
Points: 15th.
Rebounds: 14th.
Assists: 46th.
Steals: 16th.
Blocks: .
3PM: .

Jrue:
Points: 24th.
Rebounds: 29th, tied with Dave Meyers, passing Eric Bledsoe.
Assists: 10th, passing Bob Dandridge.
Steals: 14th, tied with Eric Bledsoe, passing Brook Lopez and Jack Sikma.
Blocks: 34th, tied with Bob Dandridge and Mickey Johnson.
3PM: 6th, passing Tim Thomas.

Pat Connaughton:
Points: 26th, passing Randy Breuer and Michael Redd.
Rebounds: 15th.
Assists: 31st.
Steals 30th.
Blocks: 18th.
3PM: 4th.

Bobby Portis:
Points 45th, Toni Kukoc.
Rebounds: 34th, tied with Harvey Catchings.
Steals: 38th, tied with Jay Humphries, Lindsey Hunter, Brevin Knight and Tim Thomas, passing Scott Williams.
Blocks: 40th.
3PM: 24th, tied with Sidney Moncrief and Michael Redd, passing Carlos Delfino, Kyle Korver and John Lucas.

TJ Tucker:
Rebounds: 35th.
Steals 25th, tied with Ervin Johnson.
3PM: 19th, tied with Brian Winters.

Donte DiVincenzo:
Steals: 45th.
3PM: 34th.

Bryn Forbes:
Points: 50th.
3PM: 8th.

Jeff Teague
3PM: 46th.
User avatar
AussieBuck
RealGM
Posts: 39,288
And1: 16,162
Joined: May 10, 2006
Location: saveourbucks.com
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#242 » by AussieBuck » Wed Jul 21, 2021 2:15 am

Giannis up to equal 31st all time for points in a finals series. Eqaul 21st for points in a playoffs season.
emunney wrote:
We need a man shaped like a chicken nugget with the shot selection of a 21st birthday party.


emunney wrote:St. Brandon Jennings, Patron Saint of Unconventionally Kept Promises
User avatar
AussieBuck
RealGM
Posts: 39,288
And1: 16,162
Joined: May 10, 2006
Location: saveourbucks.com
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#243 » by AussieBuck » Wed Jul 21, 2021 2:37 am

Giannis up to equal 23rd all time for points in a finals series. 20th for points in a playoffs season.
emunney wrote:
We need a man shaped like a chicken nugget with the shot selection of a 21st birthday party.


emunney wrote:St. Brandon Jennings, Patron Saint of Unconventionally Kept Promises
User avatar
AussieBuck
RealGM
Posts: 39,288
And1: 16,162
Joined: May 10, 2006
Location: saveourbucks.com
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#244 » by AussieBuck » Wed Jul 21, 2021 3:01 am

Giannis up to equal 18th all time for points in a finals series, 18th all time for points in a playoffs series.
emunney wrote:
We need a man shaped like a chicken nugget with the shot selection of a 21st birthday party.


emunney wrote:St. Brandon Jennings, Patron Saint of Unconventionally Kept Promises
User avatar
AussieBuck
RealGM
Posts: 39,288
And1: 16,162
Joined: May 10, 2006
Location: saveourbucks.com
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#245 » by AussieBuck » Wed Jul 21, 2021 4:25 am

EQUAL 12TH POINTS IN A FINALS SERIES. 15TH POINTS IN A PLAYOFF SEASON. EQUAL 6TH POINTS IN A FINALS GAME.
emunney wrote:
We need a man shaped like a chicken nugget with the shot selection of a 21st birthday party.


emunney wrote:St. Brandon Jennings, Patron Saint of Unconventionally Kept Promises
DutchManDanFan
Lead Assistant
Posts: 4,958
And1: 2,211
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Voorschoten
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#246 » by DutchManDanFan » Wed Jul 21, 2021 12:09 pm

Bucks All-Time Leaders, Career Totals in the Playoffs

NBA Finals, Game 6:

Giannis:
Points: . No 1: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 37 to go.
Rebounds: . No 1: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 214 to go.
Assists: , passing Sidney Moncrief. No 1: Paul Pressey and Oscar Robertson, 85 to go.
Steals: 4th.
Blocks: . No 1: Alton Lister, 3 to go.
3PM: 5th.

Khris:
Points: 4th.
Rebounds: 6th.
Assists: 5th.
Steals: .
Blocks: 25th.
3PM: .

Brook Lopez:
Points: 15th.
Rebounds: 13th, passing Jack Sikma.
Assists: 46th.
Steals: 16th.
Blocks: .
3PM: .

Jrue:
Points: 23th, passing Lucius Allen.
Rebounds: 26th, passing Ricky Pierce, Ray Allen and Sam Cassell.
Assists: 8th, passing Marques Johnson and Brian Winters. No 7: Sam Cassell, 8 to go.
Steals: 11th, tied with Ricky Pierce, passing Junior Bridgeman and Ray Allen. No 10: Bob Lanier, 5 to go.
Blocks: 34th.
3PM: 6th.

Pat Connaughton:
Points: 26th.
Rebounds: 15th.
Assists: 30th, tied with Gary Payton.
Steals 30th.
Blocks: 18th.
3PM: 4th.

Bobby Portis:
Points 45th, passing Mike Dunleavy and Alvin Robertson.
Rebounds: 34th.
Steals: 38th.
Blocks: 39th, tied with Alex English.
3PM: 21st, tied with Mike Dunleavy and Brandon Jennings, passing Wesley Matthews.

TJ Tucker:
Rebounds: 35th.
Steals 24th, tied with Glenn Robinson.
3PM: 19th.

Donte DiVincenzo:
Steals: 45th.
3PM: 34th.

Bryn Forbes:
Points: 50th.
3PM: 8th.

Jeff Teague
3PM: 46th.
DutchManDanFan
Lead Assistant
Posts: 4,958
And1: 2,211
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Voorschoten
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#247 » by DutchManDanFan » Wed Jul 21, 2021 12:40 pm

Bucks All-Time Leaders, Career Totals in the Playoffs (7-21-2021)

Points:
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1,692
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo 1,655 (5)
2. Sidney Moncrief 1,451
4. Khris Middleton 1,354 (8)
5. Marques Johnson 1,163
6. Bob Dandridge 1,126
7. Terry Cummings 983
8. Paul Pressey 835
9. Ricky Pierce 763
10. Oscar Robertson 751
15. Brook Lopez 624 (24)
23. Jrue Holiday 399 (-)
26. Pat Connaughton 291 (46)
43. Bobby Portis 176 (-)
50. Bryn Forbes 131 (-)

Rebounds:
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 956
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo 742 (3)
3. Bob Dandridge 491
4. Sidney Moncrief 453
5. Marques Johnson 427
6. Khris Middleton 424 (13)
7. Terry Cummings 375
8. Bob Lanier 342
-- Alton Lister 342
9. Paul Pressey 302
10. Curtis Perry 291
Spoiler:
13. Brook Lopez 272 (24)
15. Pat Connaughton 233 (25)
26. Jrue Holiday 132 (-)
33. P.J. Tucker 111 (-)
34. Bobby Portis 100 (-)

Assists:
1. Paul Pressey 401
-- Oscar Robertson 401
3. Giannis Antetokounmpo 316 (5)
4. Sidney Moncrief 315
5. Khris Middleton 310 (8)
6. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 227
7. Sam Cassell 207
8. Jrue Holiday 199 (-)
9. Marques Johnson 198
10. Brian Winters 192
Spoiler:
30. Pat Connaughton 52 (44)
46. Brook Lopez 32 (-)

Steals:
1. Paul Pressey 105
2. Sidney Moncrief 103
3. Khris Middleton 87 (6)
4. Giannis Antetokounmpo 71 (8)
5. Terry Cummings 56
-- Marques Johnson 56
7. Craig Hodges 53
-- Brian Winters 52
9. Quinn Buckner 44
10. Bob Lanier 43
11. Jrue Holiday 38 (-)
Spoiler:
16. Brook Lopez 33 (33)
24. P.J. Tucker 22 (-)
30. Pat Connaughton 17 (-)
38. Bobby Portis 14 (-)
45. Donte DiVincenzo 10 (-)

Blocks:
1. Alton Lister 91
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo 88 (2)
3. Brook Lopez 75 (8)
4. Ervin Johnson 53
5. Marques Johnson 45
-- Bob Lanier 45
-- Paul Pressey 45
8. Randy Breuer 43
9. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 39
-- Terry Cummings 39
Spoiler:
18. Pat Connaughton 21 (23)
25. Khris Middleton 14 (33)
34. Jrue Holiday 10 (-)
39. Bobby Portis 7 (-)

3PM
1. Khris Middleton 166 (1)
2. Ray Allen 76
3. Brook Lopez 66 (10)
4. Pat Connaughton 60 (11)
5. Giannis Antetokounmpo 52 (4)
6. Jrue Holiday 43 (-)
7. Tim Thomas 39
8. Bryn Forbes 33 (-)
9. Eric Bledsoe 32
10. George Hill 30
-- Glenn Robinson 30
Spoiler:
19. P.J. Tucker 19 (-)
21. Bobby Portis 18 (-)
34. Donte DiVincenzo 9 (37)
46. Jeff Teague 5 (-)
DutchManDanFan
Lead Assistant
Posts: 4,958
And1: 2,211
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Voorschoten
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#248 » by DutchManDanFan » Wed Jul 21, 2021 1:03 pm

Code: Select all

Play-offs 20/21 nrs     PTS  REB  AST  STL  BLK  3's  3PA  MIN  Nr.   +/-
Giannis Antetokounmpo   634  269  108   21   25   13   70  799  21    130
Khris Middleton         542  174  118   35    4   60  175  922  23    119
Jrue Holiday            399  132  199   38   10   43  142  912  23    160
Brook Lopez             298  135    6   17   34   23   72  669  23     66
Bobby Portis            176  100   12   14    7   18   52  367  20     69
Pat Connaughton         158  101   20   10    6   37   95  546  23     41
Bryn Forbes             131   28    6    2    2   33   89  272  20     -2
P.J. Tucker              98  111   25   22    3   19   59  678  23     94
Jeff Teague              32    8   13    3    0    5   11  120  16    -44
Jordan Nwora             15    9    1    0    1    2    8   30   5      1
Elijah Bryant            14   12    4    2    1    0    8   50  11    -21
Thanasis Antetokounmpo    9   10    3    5    2    0    0   44  13    -13
Donte DiVincenzo          8   19    8    3    1    2   12   69   3     12
Mamadi Diakite            7    7    0    3    1    1    2   34   7     -2
J. Jackson                6    2    1    1    0    0    2   15   5     -7
Axel Toupane              5    4    0    0    0    1    2   10   4     -5
Sam Merrill               5    5    1    4    0    1    5   29   8     -8
brettski
Veteran
Posts: 2,639
And1: 1,212
Joined: Aug 11, 2010
Location: Brisvegas

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#249 » by brettski » Wed Jul 21, 2021 1:34 pm

Playoff awesomeness - #1 Giannis.

Everyone talked about Giannis having the 6th best scoring game in a finals. I want to know who has the best score in a close out game! Especially one decided by less than 10 points.
MilBucksBackOnTop06 wrote:Mark my words....Gooden will be this year's teams MVP. Watch and see.....


http://forums.realgm.com/boards/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=1139340&start=15&p=29252753&view=show#p29252753
Ruzious
Forum Mod
Forum Mod
Posts: 46,460
And1: 10,557
Joined: Jul 17, 2001
       

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#250 » by Ruzious » Wed Jul 21, 2021 2:47 pm

DutchManDanFan wrote:Bucks All-Time Leaders, Career Totals in the Playoffs (7-21-2021)

Points:
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 1,692
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo 1,655 (5)
2. Sidney Moncrief 1,451
4. Khris Middleton 1,354 (8)
5. Marques Johnson 1,163
6. Bob Dandridge 1,126
7. Terry Cummings 983
8. Paul Pressey 835
9. Ricky Pierce 763
10. Oscar Robertson 751
15. Brook Lopez 624 (24)
23. Jrue Holiday 399 (-)
26. Pat Connaughton 291 (46)
43. Bobby Portis 176 (-)
50. Bryn Forbes 131 (-)

Rebounds:
1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 956
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo 742 (3)
3. Bob Dandridge 491
4. Sidney Moncrief 453
5. Marques Johnson 427
6. Khris Middleton 424 (13)
7. Terry Cummings 375
8. Bob Lanier 342
-- Alton Lister 342
9. Paul Pressey 302
10. Curtis Perry 291
Spoiler:
13. Brook Lopez 272 (24)
15. Pat Connaughton 233 (25)
26. Jrue Holiday 132 (-)
33. P.J. Tucker 111 (-)
34. Bobby Portis 100 (-)

Assists:
1. Paul Pressey 401
-- Oscar Robertson 401
3. Giannis Antetokounmpo 316 (5)
4. Sidney Moncrief 315
5. Khris Middleton 310 (8)
6. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 227
7. Sam Cassell 207
8. Jrue Holiday 199 (-)
9. Marques Johnson 198
10. Brian Winters 192
Spoiler:
30. Pat Connaughton 52 (44)
46. Brook Lopez 32 (-)

Steals:
1. Paul Pressey 105
2. Sidney Moncrief 103
3. Khris Middleton 87 (6)
4. Giannis Antetokounmpo 71 (8)
5. Terry Cummings 56
-- Marques Johnson 56
7. Craig Hodges 53
-- Brian Winters 52
9. Quinn Buckner 44
10. Bob Lanier 43
11. Jrue Holiday 38 (-)
Spoiler:
16. Brook Lopez 33 (33)
24. P.J. Tucker 22 (-)
30. Pat Connaughton 17 (-)
38. Bobby Portis 14 (-)
45. Donte DiVincenzo 10 (-)

Blocks:
1. Alton Lister 91
2. Giannis Antetokounmpo 88 (2)
3. Brook Lopez 75 (8)
4. Ervin Johnson 53
5. Marques Johnson 45
-- Bob Lanier 45
-- Paul Pressey 45
8. Randy Breuer 43
9. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 39
-- Terry Cummings 39
Spoiler:
18. Pat Connaughton 21 (23)
25. Khris Middleton 14 (33)
34. Jrue Holiday 10 (-)
39. Bobby Portis 7 (-)

3PM
1. Khris Middleton 166 (1)
2. Ray Allen 76
3. Brook Lopez 66 (10)
4. Pat Connaughton 60 (11)
5. Giannis Antetokounmpo 52 (4)
6. Jrue Holiday 43 (-)
7. Tim Thomas 39
8. Bryn Forbes 33 (-)
9. Eric Bledsoe 32
10. George Hill 30
-- Glenn Robinson 30
Spoiler:
19. P.J. Tucker 19 (-)
21. Bobby Portis 18 (-)
34. Donte DiVincenzo 9 (37)
46. Jeff Teague 5 (-)

By the time he retires, Giannis could actually be 2nd in 3's and 1st in everything else.
"A common mistake that people make when trying to design something completely foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools." - Douglas Adams
DutchManDanFan
Lead Assistant
Posts: 4,958
And1: 2,211
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Voorschoten
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#251 » by DutchManDanFan » Wed Jul 21, 2021 3:45 pm

Ruzious wrote:By the time he retires, Giannis could actually be 2nd in 3's and 1st in everything else.

And Khris will be top 2/3 in all categories except blocks.
User avatar
MartyConlonOnTheRun
RealGM
Posts: 17,994
And1: 5,555
Joined: Jun 27, 2006
Location: Section 212 - Raising havoc in Squad 6

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#252 » by MartyConlonOnTheRun » Thu Nov 4, 2021 3:42 pm

https://www.landofbasketball.com/all_time_leaders/bucks/assists_total_career_rs.htm
Midds and Giannis passing some milestones on assists and Midds moving up the scoring list in the next couple weeks. Too lazy to format now but will do it this weekend if no one else does.

Small chance Giannis hits #1 in scoring this year.
DutchManDanFan
Lead Assistant
Posts: 4,958
And1: 2,211
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Voorschoten
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#253 » by DutchManDanFan » Sun Nov 14, 2021 11:38 pm

Bucks All-Time Leaders, Career Totals in the Regular Season - Top 50

Game 1:
3PM: Jrue Holiday 44th, tied with Jason Terry, passing Matthew Dellavedova. Next target: Brian Winters, 1 to go.

Game 3:
Points: Khris 10th, passing Ray Allen. Next target: Brian Winters, 39 to go.
Steals: Giannis 7th, tied with Marques Johnson. Next target: Khris, 12 behind.
Blocks: Khris 42nd, tied with Charlie Villanueva. Next target: Greg Monroe, 2 to go.
3PM: Jrue Holiday 42nd, tied with Richard Jefferson, passing Brian Winters. Next target: George Hill, 5 behind.

Game 4:
3PM: Pat Connaughton 21st, passing Toni Kukoc and Lee Mayberry. Next target: O.J. Mayo, 3 to go.

Game 5:
Points: Khris 9th, passing Brian Winters. Next target: Junior Bridgeman, 145 to go.

Game 7:
3PM: Pat Connaughton 20th, tied with O.J. Mayo. Next target: Donte DiVincenzo, 1 to go.

Game 8:
3PM: Giannis 9th, passing Brook Lopez. Next target: Tim Thomas, 37 to go.
3PM: Pat Connaughton 19th, passing Donte DiVincenzo. Next target: Malcolm Brogdon, 5 to go.

Game 9:
3PM: George Hill 40th, tied with Mirza Teletovic. Next target: John Salmons, 3 to go.

Game 10:
Assists: Giannis , passing Sidney Moncrief. Next target: Paul Pressey, 580 to go.
DutchManDanFan
Lead Assistant
Posts: 4,958
And1: 2,211
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Voorschoten
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#254 » by DutchManDanFan » Wed Nov 24, 2021 3:52 pm

Bucks All-Time Leaders, Career Totals in the Regular Season - Top 50

Game 11:
3PM: Pat Connaughton 18th, tied with Malcolm Brogdon. Next target: Todd Day, 11 to go.

Game 12:
3PM: George Hill 39th, tied with John Salmons. Next target: Sterling Brown, 1 to go.

Game 13:
3PM: George Hill 38th, passing Sterling Brown. Next target: Jerryd Bayless, 8 to go.

Game 14:
3PM: Pat Connaughton 17th, passing Todd Day. Next target: Craig Hodges, 3 to go.
3PM: Jrue Holiday 41nd, tied with Mirza Teletovic. Next target: John Salmons, 3 to go.

Game 15:
3PM: Khris , tied with Ray Allen!
3PM: Pat Connaughton 16th, passing Craig Hodges. Next target: Brad Lohaus, 6 to go.

Game 17:
3PM: Jrue Holiday 41nd, tied with Sterling Brown, passing John Salmons. Next target: George Hill, 3 behind.

Game 18:
Steals: Khris 5th, tied with Brian Winters. Next target: Alvin Robertson, 35 to go.
3PM: Pat Connaughton 15th, tied with Brad Lohaus. Next target: Mo Williams, 4 to go.
DutchManDanFan
Lead Assistant
Posts: 4,958
And1: 2,211
Joined: May 25, 2005
Location: Voorschoten
 

Re: Bucks All Time Stats Leaders 

Post#255 » by DutchManDanFan » Wed Nov 24, 2021 11:44 pm

MartyConlonOnTheRun wrote:https://www.landofbasketball.com/all_time_leaders/bucks/assists_total_career_rs.htm
Midds and Giannis passing some milestones on assists and Midds moving up the scoring list in the next couple weeks. Too lazy to format now but will do it this weekend if no one else does.

Small chance Giannis hits #1 in scoring this year.

Giannis needs:
50-55 games for #1 in scoring.
130-150 games for #1 in rebounds.
90-110 games for #1 in assists.
250-300 games for #1 in steals.
3-10 games for # 1 in blocks.
700+ games and Khris being traded soon to get to #1 with 3PM.
And 105 games for a tie with Junior Bridgeman for regular season games played.

Return to Milwaukee Bucks