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Season Team G MP FG FG% FT FT% ORB DRB TRB A S B TO PF PTS
1979/80 MIL 77 1557 211 0.47 232 0.80 154 184 338 133 72 16 117 106 654
1980/81 MIL 80 2417 400 0.54 320 0.80 186 220 406 264 90 37 145 156 1122
1981/82 MIL 80 2980 556 0.52 468 0.82 221 313 534 382 138 22 208 206 1581
1982/83 MIL 76 2710 606 0.52 499 0.83 192 245 437 300 113 23 197 180 1712
1983/84 MIL 79 3075 560 0.50 529 0.85 215 313 528 358 108 27 217 204 1654
1984/85 MIL 73 2734 561 0.48 454 0.83 149 242 391 382 117 39 184 197 1585
1985/86 MIL 73 2567 470 0.49 498 0.86 115 219 334 357 103 18 174 178 1471
1986/87 MIL 39 992 158 0.49 136 0.84 57 70 127 121 27 10 63 73 460
1987/88 MIL 56 1428 217 0.49 164 0.84 58 122 180 204 41 14 86 109 603
1988/89 MIL 62 1594 261 0.49 205 0.87 46 126 172 188 65 13 94 114 752
1990/91 ATL 72 1096 117 0.49 82 0.78 31 97 128 104 50 9 66 112 337
 
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Age62
Birthday 21 September, 1957
Birthplace Little Rock, Arkansas
Height 6' 3" (190 cm)
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Nationality American
Occupation Basketball
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Sidney Alvin Moncrief (born September 21, 1957) is an American retired professional basketball player. As an NCAA college basketball player from 1975 to 1979, Moncrief played for the University of Arkansas Razorbacks, leading them to the 1978 Final Four and a win in the NCAA Consolation Game versus #6 Notre Dame. Nicknamed Sid the Squid, Sir Sid, and El Sid, Moncrief went on to play 11 seasons in the National Basketball Association, including ten seasons with the Milwaukee Bucks. He was a five-time NBA All-Star and won the first two NBA Defensive Player of the Year awards in 1983 and 1984. He was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2019.

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