Having a crucial reserve who possesses a starter's talent is a cheat code for any NBA squad. Ricky Pierce was twice named Sixth Man of the Year in his career, including the 1986-87 season, and it’s not difficult to comprehend why. Sizing up his defender, the longtime Milwaukee Bucks guard makes his move, first stutter-stepping right and then putting the ball on the floor with his left before finally changing direction one last time and converting a right-handed finger roll while absorbing contact for the and-one opportunity. Pierce was his usual productive self off the bench, scoring 23 points on 11-for-15 shooting in Milwaukee’s 111-104 win against the Cleveland Cavaliers on March 14, 1987.
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