Jabari Parker, on the night of June 26, 2014, became the most high-profile draft selection made by the Milwaukee Bucks since 1994, when they chose Glenn Robinson with the first overall pick.

“The Big Dog” went on to become the franchise’s second-leading all-time scorer.

Only time will tell where Parker figures into the big picture of Bucks history – and how he rates with other NBA players who were selected second overall.

Among the all-time greats who were chosen second overall before the inception of the NBA Draft Lottery in 1985 were Jerry West by the Minneapolis Lakers in 1960, Dave Bing by the Detroit Pistons in 1966, Earl Monroe by the Baltimore Bullets in 1967, Bob McAdoo by the Buffalo Braves in 1972, Isiah Thomas by the Pistons in 1981 and Terry Cummings (a member of the Bucks’ 40th Anniversary Team) by the San Diego Clippers in 1982.