Khris Middleton has definitely made his mark for the Milwaukee Bucks through the years. On Monday against the Chicago Bulls, the three-time All-Star made even more history as he entered the Top 5 of the franchise’s all-time scoring list.
Khris Middleton Makes Milwaukee Bucks History
Middleton entered Monday’s contest with 11,546 career points in his 11 years in Milwaukee. He was ranked sixth all-time in the franchise’s scoring list.
Early In the fourth quarter of Monday’s Central Division matchup against the Bulls, Middleton scored his tenth point of the evening to surpass the great Michael Redd for the No. 5 spot on the list. Redd, who also played 11 seasons with the Bucks, has 11,554 points to his name — a mark that Middleton has now exceeded.
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Next up for Middleton is Hall of Fame combo guard Sidney Moncrief, who suited up for the Bucks between 1979 and 1989. Moncrief has 11,594 points to his name, which means that Middleton should easily surpass the legend for the No. 4 spot within the next several games.
In case you were wondering, it’s Giannis Antetokounmpo who holds the all-time scoring record for the Bucks with 16,540 points, and counting. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar sits at second with 14,211 points to his name, while Glenn Robinson is No. 3 with 12,010 points.
Middleton should end up in the Top 3 by the time he calls it a career. Whether or not he is able to break Kareem’s record, however, is something that’s definitely worth keeping an eye on.
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