Bucks head coach Doc Rivers’ belief on what Adrian Griffin did wrong…

Doc Rivers, the new head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, has brought about a significant change in the team’s performance since taking over from Adrian Griffin. The team has won their last three games, and Rivers attributes this improvement to a simpler defensive strategy.

He believes that the Bucks were previously trying too many different defensive tactics, which made it difficult for the players to execute effectively during games. Rivers has pointed to teams like the Miami Heat and Denver Nuggets, who play simpler defense, as examples for his team to follow.

Additionally, he disagrees with the notion that losing Jrue Holiday was a major setback for the Bucks.

The Bucks have beaten the best team in the West, the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Joel Embiid-less Philadelphia 76ers, and the bottom-feeding Charlotte Hornets. During this stretch, Rivers’ squad held the Sixers to just 98 points while limiting the Hornets to 85 points.

The move from Adrian Griffin to Doc Rivers was a bold one, but if it continues to have Milwaukee playing defense like this, it is one that will be worth it come playoff time.

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