Sidney Moncrief was considered one of the best all around players in the NBA when he starred for the Milwaukee Bucks. "Sir Sid" averaged 15.6 points per game in his 11 pro seasons, but also was a tenacious rebounder for standing 6-4 and was a four-time NBA All Defensive team selection. He twice was selected the NBA Defensive Player of the Year.
Moncrief was drafted in 1970 after he had earned All American honors at Arkansas. He was a two-time All American and led the Razorbacks to three Southwest Conference titles.
After retiring from the Bucks, Moncrief sat out one season and then came back to play one year for the Atlanta Hawks. He later went into private business, coached collegiate basketball and joined his former Bucks' coach, Don Nelson, as an assistant coach in Dallas.