Bucks retire 4-time All Star Bob Dandridge's No. 10 jersey
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Four-time NBA All-Star Bob Dandridge's No. 10 jersey was retired Saturday night by the Milwaukee Bucks.
Honoring a key player from their 1971 NBA championship team, the Bucks held the retirement ceremony at halftime of their game against Washington -- the other franchise Dandridge played for and helped win a title in his 13-year career.
Known as the "The Greyhound," Dandridge averaged 18.4 points on the 1971 Bucks squad led by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson that beat Baltimore for the title.
Dandridge was drafted by Milwaukee out of Norfolk State in the fourth round in 1969 -- three rounds after the Bucks took Abdul-Jabbar.
Dandridge's jersey was the eighth retired by the Bucks, but the first since Abdul-Jabbar's No. 33 in 1993.
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