The Milwaukee Bucks have fired interim head coach Jim Boylan. The former Marquette player took over for Scott Skiles 32 games into the season after Skiles started the year 16-16. Boylan was a long time assistant with Skiles and while he led the Bucks to the playoffs for the first time in three years, Milwaukee was swept out of the first round by the defending Champion Miami Heat. Boylan's record as coach, including the post-season, was 22-32. General Manager John Hammond felt Boylan did the best he could with a roster that is loaded with unrestricted free agents and restricted free agent Brandon Jennings. Hammond says he doesn't have a timetable to find a successor.
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