MILWAUKEE -- When a coaching change hits a professional locker room, each player's reaction depends on what kind of relationship he had with the coach.
The reaction to Scott Skiles' Tuesday departure as the Milwaukee Bucks' coach of four-plus seasons was no different. There was shock at the timing of the move, but opinions were mixed on what Skiles leaving will mean to the team.
One view was unanimous, however: Each and every member of the roster knows it's now on the players to make the most of the final 50 games of the season.
"I kind of had an idea and feeling that the team wasn't really happy with the way things were going," Bucks forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute said before Tuesday night's game against the Suns. "Not just this year, over the last couple years with Skiles. Every time there is frustration and then (you) add the four-game losing streak we are riding right now, you never know what can happen."
Skiles is the only coach Bucks point guard Brandon Jennings has play...