Coach Larry Drew feeling frustration in MilwaukeePosted by Inside Hoops
Here’s the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporting on Bucks coach Larry Drew, whose team through Saturday’s games is 8-35 this season, which is the worst record in the NBA:
Larry Drew has been frustrated plenty of times this season.
But it was quite visible Saturday night after the Milwaukee Bucks coach emerged from a 21-minute post-game meeting with his players, following the Bucks’ 112-87 loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
And he didn’t mince words when asked about the Bucks’ lack of competitiveness against a short-handed Hawks team that was missing two of its best players - Al Horford and Jeff Teague.
“I’m disappointed in everybody, myself included,” Drew said. “We’re just not playing hard enough. I don’t care what the situation is. And again, me included.
“We’re paid to play hard. I’m paid to coach this team to the best of my ability and get these guys ready to play.”