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The 1969–70 Milwaukee Bucks season was the second season for the Milwaukee Bucks. Led by the heralded rookie center Lew Alcindor, they finished with a 56–26 record, enough for second place in the Eastern Division. After beating the Philadelphia 76ers 4–1 in the Eastern semifinals, they lost to the eventual champions New York Knicks in five games.

NBA Statistics

Player G MP FG FG% FT FT% ORB DRB TRB A S B TO PF PTS
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 82 3534 938 0.52 485 0.65 1190 337 283 2361
Zaid Abdul-Aziz 80 1637 237 0.43 119 0.64 603 62 167 593
John Arthurs 11 86 12 0.34 11 0.73 14 17 15 35
Len Chappell 75 1134 243 0.47 135 0.64 276 56 127 621
Freddie Crawford 77 1331 243 0.48 101 0.68 184 225 181 587
Dick Cunningham 60 416 52 0.37 22 0.67 160 28 70 126
Bob Dandridge 81 2461 434 0.49 199 0.75 625 292 279 1067
Bob Greacen 41 292 44 0.40 18 0.64 59 27 49 106
Jon McGlocklin 82 2966 639 0.53 169 0.85 252 303 164 1447
Flynn Robinson 81 2762 663 0.48 439 0.90 263 449 254 1765
Guy Rodgers 64 749 68 0.36 67 0.74 74 213 73 203
Greg Smith (basketball) 82 2368 339 0.51 125 0.72 712 156 304 803
Sam Williams (basketball, born 1945) 11 44 11 0.46 5 0.46 7 3 5 27

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