Bucks coaching search continues in Atlanta
The Milwaukee Bucks will continue interviews for their vacant head coaching position with current Atlanta Hawks head coach Larry Drew, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Still under contract with Atlanta, Drew said after consulting his adviser, he does not like the odds of staying with the club.
Drew has spent the last three seasons with the Hawks, taking them to the playoffs each year with winning records.
The Bucks have already interviewed Nate McMillan, Houston Rockets assistants J.B. Bickerstaff and Kelvin Sampson along with Lakers assistant Steve Clifford. Hall of fame coach Jerry Sloan has already taken his name out of the running for the job.