Published: Fri, May 18, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Mike Budenholzer agrees to become Bucks' next coach

Mike Budenholzer agrees to become Bucks' next coach

Former Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer has agreed to become the new head coach for the Milwaukee Bucks. Ettore Messina also made the final round of interviews, but never had the luxury of meeting key players as Budenholzer did in Milwaukee on Wednesday morning. That marks the end of the Bucks head coaching search that began shortly after their Game 7 loss to the Boston Celtics in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.

Listen to Steve Gorman SPORTS! The Bucks beat the Raptors to the punch on the hiring, as Masai Ujiri's bunch had been interested in Budenholzer as well.

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Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer during the National Basketball Association match up between the Atlanta Hawks and the New Orleans Pelicans at Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. The former San Antonio Spurs assistant parted ways with Atlanta after a disappointing yet predictable 24-58 season. He comes from the Gregg Popovich coaching tree, which is a good sign for the Bucks.

Budenholzer met with team ownership Tuesday, and prior to Wednesday's report, had been considered a favorite for the job.

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He spoke with the Phoenix Suns and the Knicks about their respective coaching vacancies, but he pulled his name out of discussion for the Suns job. Expect Mike Budenholzer to put his own stamp on a talented roster. The Hawks had a steady decline in their win total the three seasons after that. He won four NBA Championships during his time with the Spurs.

Joining the Hawks in 2013, Budenholzer spent five seasons there, posting a record of 213-197 over his tenure.

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