Mike Budenholzer Reportedly Agrees to Contract to Become New Bucks Head Coach

Mike Budenholzer Reportedly Agrees to Contract to Become New Bucks Head Coach

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Mike Budenholzer will reportedly be the Milwaukee Bucks‘ next head coach after spending the previous five years with the Atlanta Hawks, according to ESPN.com’s Adrian Wojnarowski

Wojnarowski added Budenholzer agreed to a four-year contract.

Budenholzer parted ways with the Hawks after a 24-58 season, although he was already searching for other opportunities while meeting with the Phoenix Suns and New York Knicks about their openings.

Gery Woelfel of the Racine Journal Times then reported the coach was one of the favorites to fill the Bucks opening, while Marc Stein of the New York Times noted the Raptors‘ “strong interest” in him.

Wojnarowski noted Wednesday that Toronto met with Budenholzer but never extended an offer.

The 48-year-old reportedly has now been hired by Milwaukee, where he will try to replicate the early success he found in Atlanta.

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