MCW Says Milwaukee Wasn’t Good For Him
File this under the least shocking news on the face of the planet. Former Milwaukee Bucks player Michael Carter-Williams took some time to rip Milwaukee’s ‘situation’ as he calls saying it wasn’t the best thing for him. Here’s what Carter-Williams said to the Chicago media about it.
— Paul Henning (@brewcitypaul) November 1, 2016
This is bullshit. Carter-Williams never seemed like a guy who bought in to what Jason Kidd was selling. It’s evident by the way he talks about ‘doing his own thing and the team needed to trust that.’ Kidd obviously didn’t think that was working and tried to change some things. Carter-Williams never improved during his time in Milwaukee. He can complain all he wants about how Bucks set him up for failure, but the reality is he did it to himself, and he can only blame himself for not becoming the next Kidd.
There’s also a very good chance that he couldn’t handle that pressure so he deflected any coaching and advice. It’s what soft-minded personalities do and that’s what MCW seems to be.