Larry Drew took the high road Thursday following his unceremonious replacement two days earlier as coach of the Milwaukee Bucks.
When Jason Kidd's apparent power play in Brooklyn failed, the Bucks swapped two second-round draft picks to acquire the future Hall of Famer as their coach. That happened to be the position Drew held with the team.
But Drew, a former star at Missouri and a 10-year NBA veteran, has been down this NBA coaching road before. He had three winning seasons in his first stint as a head coach with the Atlanta Hawks from the 2010-11 season through 2012-13, but a 10-14 record in the playoffs eventually led to his dismissal.
Then the Bucks went an...