With new ownership awaiting NBA approval, the Milwaukee Bucks finished their worst season in franchise history Wednesday night, falling to the Atlanta Hawks 111-103 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Milwaukee has the worst record in the league at 15-67. Brandon Knight scored 31 for the Bucks who became just the third team in NBA history that failed to win consecutive games throughout an entire season. First year head coach Larry Drew said afterward he will not concern himself with new owners Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens who purchased the team from Herb Kohl for 550 million dollars. Drew said he'll continue to focus on the NBA draft in June. The Bucks will have a 25% chance of landing the top overall pick when the lottery is drawn later this spring.
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