The Milwaukee Bucks are currently searching for their next head coach after moving on from Mike Budenholzer. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Milwaukee is considering Kenny Atkinson of the Golden State Warriors for the job.
“ESPN Sources: Milwaukee was granted permission to interview Golden State associate HC Kenny Atkinson. Some of other candidates expected to meet with Bucks on coaching job are Milwaukee associate HC Charles Lee, ex-Charlotte coach James Borrego. There will be additional candidates and interviews,” Wojnarowski shared on Twitter.
Firing Budenholzer was likely a difficult decision for the Bucks. He found success leading Milwaukee over the years, but the Bucks felt as if it was time for a change.
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