Mike Budenholzer and the Bucks have reportedly reached an agreement to hire him as their head coach. In early May, it was reported that Budenholzer was on the list of coaching candidates for the Bucks. The Hawks hired Budenholzer, 48, in 2013, but he and the team agreed to part ways in April. The Hawks went 24-58 this season. During Budenholzer’s tenure, the Hawks made the playoffs four times, including a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2015. Budenholzer was voted as the NBA Coach of the Year that season. Prior to that, Budenholzer worked as an assistant coach for the Spurs for 17 years.
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