For the moment, Scott Skiles remains the Milwaukee Bucks' head coach.
Speaking to reporters at the Bucks' training facility Friday morning, Skiles said he will meet soon with Sen. Herb Kohl, the team's owner, to discuss a disappointing end to what had been a promising season after a blockbuster trade. Beyond that, Skiles wouldn't speculate on his future in Milwaukee.
It's also not entirely clear if Skiles necessarily wants to be back.
''I have a contract with the team,'' Skiles said. ''This is not a great time, probably, to ask or answer that question. It's a disappointing season. I'm as responsible as anyone, probably more so, for the results of this season. I realize that. I would never run from something like that. I think I deserve, though, a few days to decompress before I get into detail about it.''
Skiles is 146-166 in four seasons with the Bucks. He has a year left on his contract, which was extended in 2010.
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