Scott Skiles has a meeting scheduled with owner Herb Kohl to discuss his future as head coach of the Bucks.

Brandon Jennings and Mike Dunleavy Jr. both spoke highly of Skiles on Friday.

Skiles signed a four-year, $16 million deal in 2008 and had the deal extended through the 12-13 season in October of 2010.

"Obviously he's a great coach," said Dunleavy. "I loved playing for him. He's a major reason I came here. I'd certainly be disappointed if he wasn't back, for whatever reason.

"You've got to move forward and expect us to have a great season next year."

Jennings said he was concerned about the possibility Skiles would not be back next season.

"Personally, for me, yes," Jennings said. "Just the fact that he's been my coach for the first three years and I'm used to a system. That's a guy who I've played for.

"Just his mentality, his will and approach to the game. The fact he expects you to play hard every night. He expects you to do the little things to be a better player. That's kind of grown on me since I've been here, so that's basically all I know."

The Bucks have posted a 146-166 record in four seasons under Skiles.