OJ Mayo Frustrated With the Bucks’ Lack of Identity
“It’s the same thing it’s been night in and night out,” Mayo said. “It’s been the same result, whatever the game plan has been.
“It’s hard to get a rhythm when you don’t know what’s going to happen for you night in and night out. You may get 6 minutes, 30 minutes. There’s no staple to what we’re doing. You can hang in there, compete and keep it close.
“If you don’t have a backbone to what you do, whether it’s going to be a defensive thing, an up-tempo thing, a pound-it-in-the-paint thing, a drive-and-kick thing. We’ve got to find a staple as a team.”
The Bucks have not won a game since New Year’s Eve when they defeated the Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center.
And they are well on pace to set a franchise record for futility. The lowest number of victories in franchise history is 20, set by the 1993-’94 team.
“You look around the league, you’ve got some teams that are defensive teams,” Mayo said. “You’ve got some teams like (Houston) and the Warriors that are offensive-minded, like Portland and Denver, they’re going to get up and down, spread the floor. You’ve got teams like Memphis, Chicago, physical, defensive-minded. Here we are at game 40, we don’t know what we are right now. It’s going to be hard to collect wins when you don’t know what to expect.”