Milwaukee Bucks: Regular Season Review and Awards
Record: 38-44: 8th in East
Review: The Bucks may have made the playoffs, but they were dominated by the Heat and quickly swept as was expected. The Bucks should not have even made the playoffs with their record, but the bottom of the East playoff bracket is a joke. Although, since they did make the playoffs, the season has to be considered a success, since they missed out last year. Coach Scott Skiles quit half way through the season and interim coach, Jim Boylan was inept as a replacement. Their high scoring backcourt of Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings, was incredibly inefficient, but that was how the team played, through those guards and how they played, so went the team. Larry Sanders broke out and is the franchise center going forward, but other than that, the team is a mystery, with Ellis, Jennings, JJ Redick and Mike Dunleavy, 5 of the team’s top 6 scorers all now free agents.
MVP: Larry Sanders: 9.8 points, 9.5 rebounds and 2...