【Introduction】Michael Reed, the former core shooting guard of the Bucks, will announce his official retirement from the NBA at home tomorrow.
A lot of statistics have been created in the NBA, among which 8 three-pointers in a single quarter have not yet been broken.
on November 6th, according to the official NBA website, the Milwaukee Bucks officially announced that their former core shooting guard Michael Reid will attend tomorrow’s game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, and he will officially announce his retirement
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Michael Reed was the No. 43 rookie in 2000. Reid spent 11 seasons in Milwaukee in his career. He averaged 20 points, 4 rebounds and 2.3 assists per game in his career.
As the head star of the Bucks in the past, Reed’s many statistics are among the top in team history, such as: the total score of 11554 ranked fourth, the average score of 20 ranked fifth, and the total number of appearances ranked first with 578.
Seventh place, 19334 minutes of total playing time ranked fifth, 4063 shots made seventh, 9045 shots ranked fourth, 1003 three-pointers made second, three-pointers shot
2619 ranks first, 38.3% of three-pointers ranks eighth, free throws 2425 ranks second, free throws 2887 ranks third, and free throws 84% ranks tenth.
On November 11, 2006, Reid scored 57 points in the game against the Utah Jazz, setting a record for the highest scoring in a single game in team history.
The previous record was held by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar with 55 points.
In addition, Reid also holds the NBA record for the number of three-pointers made in a single quarter-8, which he created in the fourth quarter of the game against the Houston Rockets on February 20, 2002.
Michael Reid has participated in the playoffs with the Bucks three times and was selected to the Eastern Conference All-Star team in 2004.
In 2008, he won the gold medal in the Beijing Olympic Games as a member of the US men’s basketball team.