ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- From the moment Larry Drew walked in for his first interview with the Milwaukee Bucks, he knew exactly what was going to be the first thing asked of whoever was chosen as the team's new coach.
The franchise was in need of a serious change of culture.
"I was fully aware of that," Drew said. "That's one of the things I'm totally committed to doing. Now that this team has been fully assembled and understanding what it was last year, our objective is to get this thing pointed in the right direction. It all starts with changing the culture."
Choosing Drew as the 13th head coach in franchise history was just the first step, however. The roster needed to be shaken up, and that's exactly what general manager John Hammond did at a historic rate. Milwaukee returns just four players from last year, the biggest roster turnover in franchise history.
Gone is the guard duo of Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis, replaced by free-agent acquisition O.J. Mayo and 21-year-old Bra...