Larry Drew called every member of the Milwaukee Bucks after signing up as the team's new coach this summer to talk about his expectations.
Every few weeks or so, it seemed the Bucks would let go of a player and add a new piece. More conversations.
The time for talk is over. Training camp starts Tuesday for the overhauled Bucks.
''It's going to get some time to get everybody on the same page,'' Drew said. ''So many new faces ... but it's something that I embrace as far as challenges are concerned.''
The Bucks finished 38-44 last year, making the playoffs as an eighth seed before getting swept by the Miami Heat.
Milwaukee made the playoffs for the first time since 2010, with Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings combining for almost 37 points and 13 assists per game in the backcourt.
But forget about that team.
''Four old faces, 11 new faces ... It's exciting around here,'' center Ekpe Udoh, one of the few holdovers, to...