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I’ve done some research and have found players who played for both the Bucks and the Knicks.

Anthony Mason

Anthony Mason was a player known for his time with the New York Knicks and the Charlotte Hornets in the NBA. A rugged and versatile forward standing at 6’7″, Mason was renowned for his defense, rebounding, and ability to handle the ball.

Mason played a key role for the Knicks from 1991 to 1996, where he, alongside Patrick Ewing, Charles Oakley, and John Starks, helped the team reach the 1994 NBA Finals. His bruising play style was a perfect fit for the Knicks’ physical, defensive-oriented approach under coach Pat Riley.

In 1996, Mason signed with the Charlotte Hornets, where he had the most productive years of his career. He was named an NBA All-Star in 2001, averaging a double-double that season with 16.2 points and 11.4 rebounds per game.

Mason Key Stats

  • All-NBA (Hornets)
  • All-Star (Hornets)
  • 10+ Rebounds/Game Season (Hornets)

Bobby Portis

Bobby Portis was selected 22nd overall by the Chicago Bulls in the 2015 NBA Draft. During his tenure with the Bulls, he showcased his scoring ability and rebounding prowess. After his time in Chicago, Portis played for the Wizards and the Knicks, consistently bringing energy and production to each team he joined.

However, it has been with the Milwaukee Bucks that Portis has had some of his best seasons. Joining the Bucks for the 2020-2021 season, he became an essential player off the bench.

Portis played a crucial role in the Bucks’ 2021 NBA Championship run, with standout performances in the playoffs, especially during the NBA Finals against the Phoenix Suns. His tenacity and timely scoring were instrumental in helping the Bucks capture their first NBA title in 50 years.

*Portis was previously the most popular pick for this square (Grid 20)

Robin Lopez

Robin Lopez was selected 15th overall by the Phoenix Suns in the 2008 NBA Draft. In his early career with the Suns, Lopez provided reliable depth at the center position, known for his rim protection and rebounding.

His time in Phoenix was followed by a successful stint with the Portland Trail Blazers, where he became a full-time starter and was appreciated for his defensive efforts and hard screens.

Lopez then had brief but impactful spells with the New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls, and Milwaukee Bucks, providing a steady inside presence and veteran leadership. In recent years, Lopez has continued to bounce around with multiple teams with varied levels of success.

Keith Van Horn

Keith Van Horn emerged as one of the premier college basketball players during his time at the University of Utah, leading his team to the NCAA Championship game in 1998.

Recognized for his size and shooting ability, he was selected as the second overall pick in the 1997 NBA Draft by the Philadelphia 76ers, though he was promptly traded to the New Jersey Nets.

During his professional career, Van Horn made a significant impact with the Nets, averaging over 19 points per game in his first two seasons. He played for several NBA teams, including the 76ers, Knicks, Bucks, and Mavericks. With the Mavs, Van Horn played a role in their deep playoff run, reaching the NBA Finals in 2006.

Van Horn Key Stats

  • 20+ Points/Game Season (Nets)

Wesley Matthews

Undrafted out of Marquette University in 2009, Wesley Matthews earned a roster spot with the Utah Jazz, making an immediate impact with his play. After a successful stint in Utah, he signed with the Portland Trail Blazers where he solidified his reputation as one of the league’s best 3-and-D players.

He became a critical piece of the Blazers’ backcourt alongside Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum, particularly excelling in 3-point shooting. Matthews ruptured his Achilles tendon in 2015, a significant setback, but returned to play for the Mavericks and has since bounced around with different teams.

Despite the various team changes, his consistency as a shooter and defender has remained, offering valuable contributions in the regular season and playoffs.

Beno Udrih

Beno Udrih is a player from Slovenia who had a solid career in the NBA. After starting his career in Europe, Udrih was selected in the first round of the 2004 NBA Draft by the San Antonio Spurs.

Udrih had the privilege of being part of the San Antonio Spurs’ championship-winning team in his rookie year and once again in his second season. Learning under the guidance of Gregg Popovich and playing alongside legendary Spurs Tim Duncan, Manu Ginóbili, and Tony Parker, Udrih gained valuable experience early in his career.

After his time with the Spurs, Udrih played for several teams in the NBA, including the Kings, Bucks, Magic, Knicks, Grizzlies, and Heat. Known for his crafty playmaking and steady shooting, Udrih provided reliable depth at the point guard position throughout his career.

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