Bucks not crying foul, yet

Updated: April 24, 2006, 12:08 AM ET
By Chris Sheridan | ESPN.com

Auburn Hills, Mich. -- Milwaukee Bucks coach Terry Stotts was sitting by himself in the corner of the visiting locker room some 45 minutes after Game 1 had ended, keeping all the bullets in his gun for use another day.

His team had attempted as many foul shots as the Detroit Pistons had missed, but Stotts wasn't going to gripe publicly about the 34-10 disparity in free throws attempted. There may come a time when he'll have to, but that time has not yet arrived.

"I'm not going to do ...

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