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Bucks to retire Dandridge's jersey

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 The Bucks have announced they plan to retire Bob Dandridge's No. 10 jersey on March 7th when they play host to Washington. Dandridge will be the eight player in franchise history to have his number retired.

Dandridge played nine seasons with the Bucks. He averaged 18.6 points and 7.3 rebounds over that stretch. The 6'6" forward won a NBA Championship with Milwaukee in 1971. Bucks co-owner Wes Edens announced the decision to hang Dandridge's jersey from the rafter.

“As a player, Bob Dandridge embodied everything we want this franchise to stand for: hard work, passion, toughness, and above all else, excellence. This honor is long overdue, and the entire organization is thrilled to finally put his number in the rafters along with the other legends who have helped shape this franchise.”

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