The 10 Most Improved Teams Of 2014-15 From Last Season
1 – Milwaukee Bucks
2013-2014 win-loss record: 15-67
2014-2015 win-loss record: 41-41
The Bucks’ regular season is quite a story. From having one of the league’s worst record last year to hiring a new coach and bringing with him an unpredictability that has been the Bucks’ calling card this year. Jason Kidd has done a helluva job in coaching a team which lost its two top stalwarts in Jabari Parker and Larry Sanders to a season ending injury and off court issues, respectively, but lo and behold, the Deer has ran its course to a playoff berth. Anyone can explode for Milwaukee on any given night, be it Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton, Zaza Pachulia, Michael Carter-Williams and the resurging Ersan Ilyasova. Moreover, the Bucks are enjoying an uptick in a number of categories when comparing this year’s stats to last seasons’, particularly in steals (from 28th to 1st), assists (from 17th to 7th), three point field goal percentage (from 20th to 7th), and field goal percentage (from 26th to 7th). They are also tops in forcing turnovers.