MILWAUKEE -- Home, sweet home. Or is it?
While the Milwaukee Bucks are certainly looking forward to spending an extended period time at home, the BMO Harris Bradley Center hasn't been too kind to them this season.
The Bucks have the worst home record among the current playoff teams in the Eastern Conference at 7-6. Milwaukee would certainly take its 7-6 record on the road, but the Bucks know they must better protect the home court if they want to make a serious run at the end of the season.
Winning at home isn't something new this season, in fact, the Bucks are just 46-41 on their home court dating back to 2010.
"We'd still like to play better at home," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "We haven't played well enough at home.
"Our approach has got to be right. We've got to come out ready to play, start the halves. All that stuff. That's something that has not been a strength of ours yet."
Including Saturday's loss to the Cavaliers, Milwaukee plays three straight games at home for the f...