Rosen uses the Bucks-Jazz game to dissect the Bucks' strengths and weaknesses. His underlying conclusion is: Overall, the Bucks did prove their mettle when they lost control of the game in the third quarter but eventually rallied to win going away. A gutsy win over a disciplined opponent. "This is a prototypical Skiles team that plays earnest defense and busts its butt to generally score just enough points to win. Kudos to Skiles for breathing life into a dying team and resurrecting them as a winner. For the first time in recent memory, the Bucks now have a promising future."