Doc Rivers Leads Film Session With Bucks’ Veterans to Address ‘Tough and Necessary’ Team Struggles Conversations

The Milwaukee Bucks made a big decision mid-season which had the potential to destroy the dominance of the franchise in the league. They fired their successful coach Adrian Griffin and brought in veteran coach Doc Rivers.

However, things didn’t go as the Bucks management might have hoped them to go. The franchise went on a losing frenzy failing to assert its dominance like it did at the start of the season. Doc Rivers recently held a film session to find the solution to an unknown issue.


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Doc Rivers confronts Bucks’ veterans about the team’s struggles

It has been reported that the head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, Doc Rivers held a film session to find a solution to the bad performances of the Bucks. NBA insider Shams Charania revealed this information to the public to give the fans some hope for the future.

The film session was held by the veteran top rotation of the team including Giannis Antetokounmpo. Doc Rivers permitted them to speak their mind and asked them to freely express their thoughts on the recent struggles of the team. The players participated in the session actively and voiced their concerns about the recent downfall of their team’s performance.

What would Rivers do to save Milwaukee?

Ever since Doc Rivers took over the Bucks things haven’t been very good for them. Rivers has a negative record with the team winning 15 games while losing 17. The fans were furious about this result and questioned Rivers’ authority on the situation. On being asked what he would do to save the franchise, he had a surprising response.

With a win. You need a win. You need something to go your way. I have been through it. But this team is very talented, in my opinion, to go through this. No matter who has been in and out, every team has guys out. I have got to figure that out,” answered Doc Rivers. He remarked that the Bucks needed to win to gain their confidence back. He accepted that the team had a talented roster and displayed a need for winning more games.

What do you think of Doc Rivers holding a film session with veteran Bucks players? Do you think Rivers can save the Bucks now? We are eager to hear your thoughts, so drop down in the comments and let us know.

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