Bucks coach Scott Skiles certainly doesn't sugar coat anything. He's made it known that his Bucks team has lacked the desire and the intensity to play the type of defense necessary to consistently win in the NBA. Last night was another example of where Skiles is coming from.
The Bucks led by 6 entering the fourth quarter, but fell to the Philadelphia 76ers 110-105 on Wednesday night at the Bradley Center. Andre Miller hit a 3-pointer with 28 seconds left to seal the win. Miller finished with 28 points.
Charlie Villanueva scored 25 and Michael Redd 20 to lead the Bucks. Milwaukee hosts New Jersey on Friday night.