Bucky

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Bucky may refer to:

People

  • Bucky Baxter, American multi-instrumentalist from New Jersey. He was born in Melbourne, Florida. He has appeared on various albums by artists such as Bob Dylan, Ryan Adams, Steve Earle, R.E.M., and Joe Henry
  • Bucky Bockhorn (born 1933), retired American basketball player. He was a guard for the NBA's Cincinnati Royals (1958–65). He played college basketball at the University of Dayton and is a member of Dayton's Hall of Fame and All-Century team
  • Bucky Brandon (born 1940), American former Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher
  • Bucky Buckwalter (born 1933), former National Basketball Association coach and executive, as well as a former coach in the American Basketball Association
  • Gustav Peter Bucky (1880–1963), German-American radiologist who made early contributions to X-ray technique. The Bucky diaphragm and the subsequent Bucky-Potter grid, devices that prevent scattered X-ray particles from reaching the X-ray film, are named for him
  • William Bucky Covington (born 1977), American country music singer and American Idol finalist
  • Bucky Curtis, Jr. (born c. 1929), was an American football player for Vanderbilt University
  • Russell Bucky Dent (born 1951), American former Major League Baseball player
  • Buckminster Fuller (1895-1983), American architect, author, designer and inventor
  • Bucky Halker (born 1954), American academic, music historian, labor activist, singer and songwriter who specializes in American folk music
  • Bucky Hodges (born 1995), American football tight end for the New York Jets
  • Bucky Hollingworth (1933–1974), Canadian ice hockey defenceman for the Chicago Black Hawks and Detroit Red Wings
  • Bucky Jacobs (1913–1990), Major League Baseball pitcher who played for three seasons
  • Bucky Jacobsen (born 1975), former Major League Baseball first baseman and designated hitter
  • Charles Bucky Lasek (born 1972), American professional skateboarder and rallycross driver
  • Bucky McConnell (born 1928), American former professional basketball player
  • William McCullough (loyalist) (1949-1981), Northern Irish paramilitary
  • Harris McGalliard (born 1906), better known as Bucky Harris, professional baseball player who played in the Japanese Baseball League
  • William Bucky Moore (1905-1980), American National Football League player
  • Bucky O'Connor (1913–1958), college men's basketball coach
  • Buckey O'Neill (1860–1898), a captain in Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders
    • Bucky O'Neill Monument, an equestrian sculpture of Buckey O'Neill by Solon Borglum located in Prescott, Arizona
  • Ralph "Bucky" Phillips (born 1962), American convicted murderer
  • Bucky Pope (born 1941), former professional American football wide receiver in the NFL for the Los Angeles Rams and the Green Bay Packers
  • Bucky Scribner (1960–2017), professional American football punter in the National Football League
  • Bucky Veil (1881–1931), Major League Baseball Pitcher. He pitched for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1903 and 1904
  • Bucky Waters (born 1935), American basketball broadcaster with ESPN and Madison Square Garden Network and a retired basketball coach
  • Bucky Williams (1906–2009), Negro League Baseball player and, at the time of his death, the second oldest living former Negro League player behind 104-year-old Emilio Navarro

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