Jrue Holiday has scored 25 or more points in 29 games during his three-year career with the Milwaukee Bucks. The most recent game was January 11th in a win over Atlanta where Holiday had 27 points in the Bucks win. The Bucks are 19-10 in those games.
Jrue Holiday six games behind The Big O in this stat
The 32-year-old Holiday came to the Bucks in November 2020. The 27-point game against the Hawks puts Holiday just six games behind legendary Bucks’ guard Oscar Robertson for most 25-point games scored by a Bucks’ player in their 30’s. Robertson is third on the Bucks’ list with 35 games; Holiday is fourth on the list.
Sam Cassell had the most games with 25+ points in his thirties with the Bucks with 52. Ricky Pierce is second on the list with 45 games.
Bucks’ players with most games with 25+ points after turning 30
Here is a list of the Milwaukee Bucks players in their 30’s who had the most career games with 25 or more points.
15-Dale Ellis, John Salmons
Bucks 30-year-old teammates score 25+ in a game
As you probably noticed, two other members of the current Bucks team are also on the list, Khris Middleton, and Brook Lopez. Jrue and Khris have both scored 25-plus points as 30-year-olds in the same game; they did it on January 22 and March 2 of last year. Jrue and Brook have both tallied 25+ points in the same game as 30-year-olds; they did it on April 3, 2021.
Holiday and Middleton are not the only Bucks’ teammates to score 25+ points in their 30’s in the same game more than once… Ricky Pierce and Jack Sikma scored 25+ points as Bucks’ teammates three times while in their 30’s. They did it twice during the 1989-90 season and once during the 1990-91 campaign.
The first Bucks’ teammates to score 25+ points in the same game with both players in their 30’s was on November 6, 1968. Wayne Embry (age 31-225 days) scored 30 points and Guy Rodgers (age 33-66 days) had 26 points on November 6, 1968, in a Bucks’ loss to the Lakers.
A total of 11 sets of Bucks’ teammates age 30+ have scored 25 or more points in the same game in Bucks’ history.
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