What's next for the Bucks?

Is yet another rebuild on the horizon for Milwaukee?

Updated: May 16, 2013, 5:34 PM ET
By Amin Elhassan | ESPN Insider
Larry SandersDavid Sherman/NBAE via Getty ImagesLarry Sanders and the Milwaukee Bucks are most likely in for a long 2013-14 season.

Despite assurances from Brandon Jennings that the Bucks would win their first-round playoff series in six games, Milwaukee's season came to a merciful end today at the hands of the defending champion Miami Heat.

The Bucks were the quintessential sacrificial lamb, having moonwalked their way into the playoffs by virtue of being a little less horrible than the other Eastern Conference cellar-dwellers.

A .500 team under former coach Scott Skiles, the Bucks went 22-28 under interim coach Jim Boylan and still made it to the postseason. Here's a quick look at how the Bucks stumbled through the second half of the season and the first round of the playoffs. And more importantly, where do they go from here?

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