MILWAUKEE -- It was the one question Milwaukee Bucks owner Senator Herb Kohl didn't answer, but his facial expression said it all.
Kohl clearly wasn't happy with the way last season ended. Relationships between head coach Jim Boylan and different players waned down the stretch, as did Milwaukee's performance on the court. The Bucks limped their way into the playoffs and were swept by Miami in the first round.
Because of this, a player's coach was a priority in the team's coaching search, but the Bucks were also looking for a coach who demands respect, as well. Like general manager John Hammond, Kohl believes they've found the perfect match in Larry Drew.
"We want to be a good team," Kohl said. "We want to get to the playoffs. We want to win in the playoffs. Our goals are we think reasonable, and we think Larry Drew is the person who can lead us there.
"We (thought) we had a chance to be pretty good this year until we sort of cratered at th...