ST. FRANCIS, Wis. -- The only thing that was a safe bet to happen in the offseason for the Milwaukee Bucks came Wednesday when the team made it official Jim Boylan wasn't returning as head coach.
Now comes the part of the offseason where nothing is predictable. With just seven players under contract for next season, the Bucks potentially could look a whole lot different when it begins training camp in the fall.
With so many potential free agents, Milwaukee will have its fair share of cap room as well. If the Bucks choose to use the amnesty clause on forward Drew Gooden, they could have close to 35 million in cap space to rebuild a roster that last year finished 38-44 and was swept in the first round of the playoffs by Miami.
"I don't think we are starting from scratch at all," Bucks general manager John Hammond said. "If you look at our roster from the four and five spots, we have some nice pieces there. In the backcourt, we can address that as needed. We are in a position where ...