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Larry Drew and his coaching staff have begun searching for new opportunities as they remain in limbo in regards to their status for next season with the Atlanta Hawks, according to sources.
Danny Ferry is expected to reach a decision about their future by the middle of this week. One source said the odds are long that Ferry will bring back Drew and his staff.
Drew's contract expires on July 1.
Drew has a 128-102 record in three seasons with the Hawks.
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Monday passed without any news on the fate of Hawks coach Larry Drew.
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Mike Budenholzer and Quin Snyder are considered the leading candidates to replace Larry Drew as head coach of the Atlanta Hawks, according to a source.
The Hawks have yet to formally decide on the future of Drew.
Budenholzer is currently an assistant coach with the San Antonio Spurs, where Danny Ferry had multiple stints in the front office.
Snyder also worked with Ferry in the Spurs...