Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Dalembert doesn't miss Skiles
By Nick Borges
Samuel Dalembert was clearly in Scott Skiles' doghouse as he went from starting 14 games to being out of the rotation. Dalembert did an interview with The Journal Times and he didn't want to discuss their issues.
"No, I really don’t want to go into detail. I don’t want to go into it because it really hurt me," said Dalembert. "I had to express myself. I had to let him know where I’m coming from, the root of who I am today, what is defining me. It’s my country defining me. Anybody who knows me, you can ask any of my teammates, I am the most enthusiastic, happy person coming in the morning."
Jim Boylan is now the Bucks interim head coach and Dalembert thinks it has been good for him and the team.
"Most of the time when there are changes, they are for the best or for the worst. So far, it seems to be a better solution," said Dalembert.
Dalembert played 12 minutes on Tuesday. He scored seven points and grabbed six rebounds.