Karl got lost in Bucks' new direction

If the Bucks' plan was to start fresh with a new coach, George Karl was the last to know.

Updated: July 23, 2003, 3:41 PM ET
By Peter May | Special to ESPN.com

This time last week, George Karl was perched on a chair on the sidelines of the court at the Clark Athletic Center in Boston. He was there for the Reebok Summer League, as the head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, to see his lottery rookie, T.J. Ford, as well as his picks from last year, Marcus Haislip and Dan Gadzuric.

He liked what he saw.

"I want to play faster," he said, "and T.J. Ford will make us play faster."

He talked about building a younger, more athletic, longer team, ...

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