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The 1973–74 Milwaukee Bucks season was the sixth season for the Bucks. It would also be Oscar Robertson’s last season in the league. This would be the most recent season that the Bucks clinch the best record in the league until the 2018–19 NBA season.

NBA Statistics

Player G MP FG FG% FT FT% ORB DRB TRB A S B TO PF PTS
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar 81 3548 948 0.54 295 0.70 287 891 1178 386 112 283 238 2191
Lucius Allen 72 2388 526 0.50 216 0.79 89 202 291 374 137 22 215 1268
Dick Cunningham 8 45 3 0.50 0 0.00 1 15 16 0 2 2 5 6
Bob Dandridge 71 2521 583 0.50 175 0.82 117 362 479 201 111 41 271 1341
Mickey Davis 73 1012 169 0.50 93 0.83 78 146 224 87 27 5 94 431
Terry Driscoll 64 697 88 0.47 30 0.65 73 126 199 54 21 16 121 206
Dick Garrett 15 87 11 0.31 5 0.83 5 9 14 9 3 0 15 27
Russ Lee (basketball) 36 166 38 0.40 11 0.69 16 24 40 20 11 0 29 87
Jon McGlocklin 79 1910 329 0.48 72 0.90 33 106 139 241 43 7 128 730
Curtis Perry 81 2386 325 0.45 78 0.58 242 461 703 183 104 97 301 728
Oscar Robertson 70 2477 338 0.44 212 0.84 71 208 279 446 77 4 132 888
Chuck Terry 7 32 4 0.33 0 - 1 2 3 4 2 0 4 8
Cornell Warner 67 1356 172 0.51 81 0.74 101 279 380 67 27 40 197 425
Ron Williams 71 1130 192 0.49 60 0.88 19 50 69 153 49 2 114 444

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