Since he was hospitalized before a game with the Phoenix Suns, Jim Boylan coached in his his absence. From AP-
Milwaukee Bucks coach Scott Skiles was hospitalized with an irregular heartbeat before Monday night’s 105-101 loss to the Phoenix Suns.
Jim Boylan, who coached in Skiles’ absence, said the coach was doing well.
“He’s fine,” Boylan said. “He’ll be joining us in Portland. He has a little arrhythmia.”
Skiles spoke to the media shortly before the game and showed no signs of illness.
A team spokesman said Skiles was hospitalized for precautionary purposes.
Get well Coach.
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