1998-99 Milwaukee Bucks Team Stats

Glenn Robinson471579347756.459140161.870317973276100464186518.45.92.1
Ray Allen501719303673.450176195.903742085721217853785617.14.23.6
Sam Cassell81993993.4194750.940210515369012715.91.94.5
Dell Curry42864163336.4852834.8246914518854836342310.12.01.1
Armon Gilliam3466810122319.679101.78201331261922122818.33.70.6
Tim Thomas50812132279.47373112.6522168491264626123587.22.50.9
Haywoode Workman2981573170.4293747.7871747141021723212006.93.55.9
Vinny Del Negro481093114270.4224050.8001330141021743332815.92.13.6
Chris Gatling48775117265.4423793.39818521793232102725.73.70.7
Robert Traylor*49786108201.5374380.53801801823844442595.33.70.8
Ervin Johnson50102796189.50864105.610001203201929572565.16.40.4
Michael Curry50114690206.4376379.79711519108784272444.92.21.6
Scott Williams746517.29447.57100314132142.02.00.1
Adonis Jordan41824.50024.500020033061.50.00.8
Paul Grant61326.33300001101040.70.20.0
Triple Doubles: none. 3-pt FG leader: Robinson (31).
Steals leader: Allen (53). Blocks leader: Johnson (57).
Signed: G Del Negro (Feb. 2), G Workman (Mar. 17)
Acquired: F Thomas and F Williams from the Philadelphia 76ers for F Tyrone Hill and G Jerald Honeycutt. G Cassell and F Gatling from the New Jersey Nets and F Paul Grant from the Minnesota Timberwolves in a three team deal which sent G Terrell Brandon from the Bucks to the Minnesota Timberwolves and F Brian Evans, a 1999 first round draft choice and an undisclosed draft choice from the Nets to the Timberwolves. The Timberwolves sent G Stephon Marbury, F Bill Curley and G Chris Carr to the New Jersey Nets. (Mar. 11).


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