Mike Budenholzer Agrees To Become Head Coach Of Bucks

Annette Crawford
May 17, 2018

He now becomes the 16th head coach in Bucks history, and takes over for Joe Prunty, the interim coach forced to step in when the Bucks fired Jason Kidd. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.

The Milwaukee Bucks have found their man.

Budenholzer has experience as an National Basketball Association head coach, having last coached the Atlanta Hawks from 2013-18.

It didn't take long for the former NBA Coach of the Year to land a new gig.

A report from ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski earlier this week stated the 2015 Coach of the Year is the frontrunner in both the Milwaukee Bucks' and Toronto Raptors' searches.

The Raptors reportedly want the four-time National Basketball Association champion, but they also have a number of impressive internal candidates. The 2014-15 campaign featured a 60-22 record where the team earned the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference along with a trip to the conference finals.

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