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Scott Skiles is the NBA's leader in assists in one game with 30, but as a head coach, he is much more defensive minded. He worked hard to change the culture in Milwaukee, but when the team traded away center Andrew Bogut, that defense went in to rebuilding mode.
Skiles also likes to run the ball, which should improve now that the backcourt of Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings is one of the fastest in the league. The thing with Skiles is he's already been with the Bucks for four total seasons, and it might be time for him to produce or get shipped out of town.
I highly doubt that will happen though, as management will have to give this new team a chance to mold together before Skiles could possibly be fired.