Atlanta Hawks coach Larry Drew will interview for the vacant head coaching job with the Milwaukee Bucks this weekend, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Still under contract with the Hawks, Drew is being allowed to interview with other teams while Atlanta interviews his potential replacement.
It's a bizarre situation, and Drew appears to be seeing the writing on the...
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Atlanta Hawks are interested in hiring the first European-born coach. This hiring will definitely set the tone in the NBA where there [...]
If the name Ettore Messina rings a bell it’s most likely because he was an assistant to Mike Brown in Los Angeles with the Lakers, before leaving to coach CSKA Moscow. This report comes from Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.
Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry is giving significant consideration to hiring the first European-born head coach in NBA history...
I think it’s safe to say that Larry Drew and Atlanta Hawks’ general manager Danny Ferry have an “open” professional relationship these days.
Drew is under contract through June, but Ferry has given him permission to talk to other teams while Ferry decides whether or not to extend Drew or bring in a coach of his own choosing (Drew was hired before Ferry took over as Hawks’...
The Atlanta Hawks interviewed Nate McMillan for their head coaching job on Wednesday, according to sources.
Larry Drew remains under contract until June 30 and a final decision on whether he will be offered a new deal has yet to be determined.
Drew, however, is highly unlikely to return.
McMillan already has interviewed this offseason with the Milwaukee Bucks and Detroit Pistons...
Over the weekend the buzz around the Atlanta Hawks and their fans were rumors that the Hawks were going after Stan Van Gundy as their next head coach. The reason for pursuing Van Gundy was supposedly because he would give them a better shot at Dwight Howard (yeah, it stunned me too!). In more recent reports, Chris Vivlamore of AJC.com (Atlanta Hawks Beat Writer) is stating that...
More than a week after getting bounced from the NBA playoffs, the Atlanta Hawks are still trying to figure out who's going to coach them next season.
It might be Larry Drew, their coach the last three seasons. It might be someone else, since general manager Danny Ferry inherited Drew from the previous regime and makes it clear he's looking at other options.
At the moment...
The Atlanta Hawks are now in their second week of their coaching search and little in terms of official communication has come from the team.
Larry Drew, the Hawks coach for the past three seasons, has an expiring contract and general manager Danny Ferry is in the process of identifying other candidates.
Over the weekend, the Hawks did release a statement to several media outlets...
In a recent column, Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe had this to say about the Hawks handling of impending free agent Josh Smith this summer.
Atlanta coach Larry Drew is awaiting his fate, but with the Hawks having eight free agents, expect GM Danny Ferry to make wholesale changes. And the Hawks likely won’t allow Josh Smith to walk without compensation. To attract more suitors...
The Atlanta Hawks enter the offseason with Josh Smith's free agency amongst their most pressing issues.
The Hawks will likely seek sign-and-trade packages involving Smith in order to receive assets in return.
The Hawks also have cap space and are expected to pursue Dwight Howard.
Smith will be an unrestricted free agent.
I think this would be a good landing spot for Van Gundy.
The Hawks have underachieved for years, even though they have solid talent, Van Gundy gets the best out of marginal players, so it might be a perfect fit.
With Larry Drew likely done as head coach of the Atlanta Hawks, general manager Danny Ferry has made Stan Van Gundy his top target to take over the team, Yahoo! Sports reported...
The Atlanta Hawks are pursuing Stan Van Gundy for their head coach vacancy.
Danny Ferry and Van Gundy have been in contact, but have yet to meet in person about the opportunity.
The Hawks also plan on pursuing Dwight Howard and there is a growing belief that a reunion would be of interest.
Sources say Van Gundy holds Ferry in high regard.
The Hawks have not made a final decision...
Atlanta Hawks: Season Review and Awards
By Ebee Andrade: Hoopstuff Contributor
Record: 44-38: 6th in East
Review: The 2012-13 season was meant to be a season of rebuilding and retooling. However, the Hawks greatly exceeded expectations. The Hawks started the New Year at 20-11. Sixth man, Lou Williams suffered a serious leg injury in a game against the Nets in late January and many...
Monday passed without any news on the fate of Hawks coach Larry Drew.
As general manager Danny Ferry promised in a press conference on Saturday, he would take some time to decide the fate of the coach whose contract is set to expire in the coming days.
For his part, Drew did not seem optimistic on Friday after the Hawks were eliminated in the first round of the NBA playoffs in...
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The Indiana Pacers eliminated the Atlanta Hawks in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinals series on Friday.
The game had a see-saw feel to it as the Hawks attempted to stay close to the Pacers who at one point held a 19-point lead in the second period.
Paul George put four points into the team collection plate. The most vital came off this freewheeling dunk.