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Larry Drew will interview for the Milwaukee Bucks' head coaching vacancy on Monday and is receiving interest from a second team.
The Bucks called Danny Ferry about speaking with Drew, who is still under contract with the Atlanta Hawks until June 30, and they were granted permission.
“I’ve moved on from the situation,” Drew said. “We had a very professional talk just trying to get things in order since I’m still under contract.”
While Drew is prepared to part ways with the Hawks, the door is not completely closed on him returning as coach.
“There is not a sadness,” Drew said. “This is a business. We left open that this could evolve back. If it doesn’t, I have to move on. That’s how this business works. I knew that. Nine years is a good run. There is a business side to this profession."
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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.
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Jerry Sloan is not interested in taking the Milwaukee Bucks’ vacant head coaching position.
Sloan met with Bucks officials last week.
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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...
Jerry Sloan has told the Milwaukee Bucks that he is not interested in their head coaching vacancy, according to a report by NBA.com.
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When asked by FOX...