MILWAUKEE Even with a win, Bucks coach Scott Skiles did not leave the arena Friday night in good spirits.
With the league's worst team -- the 7-46 Charlotte Bobcats -- in Milwaukee, the Bucks were losing with less than four minutes remaining. Though a 12-6 run the rest of the way gave Skiles' group a much-needed win as they chase the Eastern Conference's final playoff spot, there were no smiles or congratulations in the Bucks' locker room after the game.
"I told the guys, 'I'm not going home happy tonight,'" Skiles said. "I don't think they should either. I think they should be a little bit disgusted by it. Whatever they did to prepare today, they need to do something different tomorrow."
This loss was the 10th in a row for a Bobcats team that is in clear control to have the most ping-pong balls in the upcoming NBA draft for the right to select Kentucky big man Anthony Davis. But with Davis still taking college classes and thre...