Brandon Jennings didn't play in the fourth quarter, and there's no telling if he'll ever play for the Milwaukee Bucks again.
Jennings and the rest of the Bucks headed into an offseason of uncertainty Sunday night after being swept out of the playoffs by the Miami Heat. The 88-77 loss was the fourth straight by double digits for Milwaukee, and the Bucks couldn't even beat the Heat with Dwyane Wade on the bench, an ice bag on his aching right knee.
''This has been a crazy year. It's been one of the craziest years of my life, actually,'' said Jennings, a restricted free agent. ''With the coaching changes and everything, it's just a total rollercoaster.''
It isn't likely to stop for the next several months, either.
Jennings is expected to test free agency, though the Bucks can match any offer for him. Monta Ellis, who led Milwaukee with 21 points on Sunday, has an $11 million player option.
Oh, the Bucks need to make a decision on Jim Boylan, too. He's been Milwaukee's coach since ...