MILWAUKEE -- In a season filled with poor performances, the Milwaukee Bucks may have put forth their worst effort of the year Saturday night in a blowout home loss to Atlanta.
As agitated as he's been in what's been a very trying season, Bucks coach Larry Drew held a 20-minute locker room meeting with his team after falling 112-87 to a Hawks team missing a couple of key players.
"This was just a totally, totally unacceptable performance," Drew said. "Here we are in the situation that we are in and my biggest concern is do we have still have any fire in the belly? That's my biggest concern. Do we have anything inside that will allow us to go out and compete at a high level?"
The Bucks certainly didn't have any fire Saturday night, falling behind by 34 points and folding in front of their home crowd. It was an embarrassing performance to drop Milwaukee's record to 8-35 on the season.
"I'm disappointed in everybody, myself included," Drew said. "We are just not playing hard enough. I d...