Krystkowiak says Bucks job not what he thought it would beIt was a year ago last Friday when Milwaukee Bucks’ coach Larry Krystkowiak took over for the fired Terry Stotts.
It was a year ago last Friday when Milwaukee Bucks’ coach Larry Krystkowiak took over for the fired Terry Stotts.
Since then, the Bucks only won a third of their 84 games and they’ll need a miracle to avoid falling into the NBA Draft Lottery for the third time in the last four years.
Krystkowiak says his first pro coaching job is not what he thought it would be, and he has learned a lot.
His top assistant, Tony Brown, says Krystkowiak has had a lot to deal with, including an infusion of new players, the international buzz with Yi Jianlian, players returning from severe injuries, Charlie Villanueva wanting to be traded, and more.
Brown says Krystkowiak has handled it well, all things considered.
Milwaukee is 23-43 with the same number of wins as when he replaced Stotts a year ago. The Bucks will host Miami Tuesday night.