Milwaukee Bucks GM John Hammond and head coach Scott Skiles both
have one year remaining on their contracts. Hammond figures to be back with the team next season, but there’s speculation that Skiles may not get that final year on the court.
The Bucks lost their season finale 87-74 in Boston last night, finishing 31-35. They were eliminated from playoff contention on Monday.
Skiles will sit down with Bucks owner, Senator Herb Kohl soon. That meeting could come as early as today.
Skiles record as Bucks head coach is 146-166 over four seasons. His best record came in 2009-10 when the Bucks reached the playoffs with a 46-36 record.
The Bucks players are doing exit interviews this morning and clearing out their lockers. We should learn just exactly what’s in store for Hammond and Skiles as well.