MILWAUKEE -- Scott Skiles is not one to sit back and watch his team struggle, waiting for things to get better on their own.
In his fifth season in Milwaukee, the Bucks coach is going to make changes until he finds a winning solution. It's what he's done his entire coaching career, and that's certainly not going to change now.
Milwaukee has used five different starting lineups in its past 10 games. Some players have gone from starting to out of the mix completely, as Skiles and the 10-9 Bucks search for a rotation that will click. Guards Brandon Jennings and Monta Ellis have started every game, but there has been change at every other position in the starting lineup. Milwaukee started the season 6-2 but is 4-7 since.
"When you lose four out of five and things are slipping, you have to do something, you have to take action," Skiles said. " At some point, it is time to mix it up and see if you can't find something else that is working."
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