The Bucks made the surprise decision Monday to part ways with head coach Scott Skiles.
Overall, Skiles was under .500 (162-182) during his time with the Bucks, but he did lead the team to a playoff appearance during the 2009-10 season and had the small market squad in position to make another playoff run this year. Lead assistant Jim Boylan replaced Skiles as head coach.
Amongst the fantasy community, Skiles was notorious for his constant lineup juggling, which had impacted the values of numerous players on the current Bucks team. That constant experimentation appears to be part of Skiles' undoing in Milwaukee, as he struggled to integrate players general John Hammond had signed to lucrative contracts (Ersan Ilyasova), drafted early (John Hensen), or brought in via trade (Samuel Dalembert).
Prior to his first game at the helm, Boylan did his best to right one of Skiles' wrongs, immediately promoting Ilyasova back into the starting lineup. Given Ilyaso You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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