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MILWAUKEE BUCKS ROSTER (* PER = Player Efficiency Rating)
POS PLAYER HT YEAR AGE PTS REB AST PER*
G SIDNEY MONCRIEF 6-3 1983 25 22.5 5.9 3.8 22.6
Comment: What a player he was until injuries hit at 29; 1st-team All-NBA and top defensive player in '83
G OSCAR ROBERTSON 6-5 1971 32 19.4 5.8 8.2 19.6
Comment: On the tail end of his career, but still 2nd-team All-NBA as Bucks won the title
G RICKY PIERCE 6-4 1990 30 23.0 2.8 2.3 21.9
Comment: Pure scorer; sixth man of the year in '90, as he averaged 23 a game in just 29 minutes
G MICHAEL REDD 6-6 2003 23 21.4 6.4 2.0 21.0
Comment: Shot 43.8% from beyond the arc in his best all-around season to add some long-range to this squad
G/F PAUL PRESSEY 6-5 1986 27 14.3 5.0 7.8 18.6
Comment: Another key member of Milwaukee's excellent teams of the '80s; all-defense in '86 and can play the point if needed
F MARQUES JOHNSON 6-7 1979 22 25.6 7.6 3.0 23.9
Comment: Yes, he was that good: 1st-team All-NBA in '79 and second-best PER in the league to Kareem
F TERRY CUMMINGS 6-9 1985 23 23.6 9.1 2.9 22.1
Comment: Underrated throughout his career, but did make All-Star team in '85; consistent 22 pts/9 rebounds in the '80s
F BOBBY DANDRIDGE 6-6 1976 28 21.5 7.4 2.8 19.1
Comment: The sleek forward called the Greyhound was known for his sweet jumper and clutch shooting; four-time All-Star
F GLENN ROBINSON 6-7 2001 28 22.0 6.9 3.3 20.0
Comment: Considered a disappointment by many, but hey, he was an All-Star in 2000 and 2001
C/F VIN BAKER 6-11 1997 25 21.0 10.3 2.7 20.1
Comment: Other great Bucks big men -- Kareem, Lanier -- on other teams, so Baker will have to play center; three-time All-Star with Bucks

SCOUTING REPORT: It's easy to forget how many great players the Bucks have had. Without a dominating big man, this team will have to go small and play fast. They can do that with great depth at backcourt and Johnson, Cummings and Dandridge running the wings. All their guards do have size, however, and will have to help out on the boards. Lack of size may not hurt so much against the Pistons, who also lack dominating low-post scorers outside of Lanier.