Larry Drew "wouldn't mind an interview with the Pistons," according to the Detroit News.
The report states that there "had been" mutual interest between Drew and the team previously, but it's not clear if the Pistons remain interested. It's expected the battle for the Pistons next head coach will come down to Nate McMillan and Maurice Cheeks.
Devin Harris is reportedly "receptive" to signing with the Bucks in free agency.
It's not clear if the Bucks actually have interest or if Harris would just consider the team should they make an offer. Regardless, Harris will likely have to settle for a backup role, and he's unlikely to be a priority for Milwaukee.
Hawks hired Mike Budenholzer as their head coach.
Budenholzer has been with the Spurs for the last 18 years. He's spent 16 of those seasons as an assistant to Gregg Popovich, and has spent the last five as Pop's top assistant. After a lot of flirtation around the league, he finally leaves the nest to join former Spurs exec and current Hawks GM Danny Ferry. They'll try to build San Antonio East in Atlanta. It's a hire the Hawks' fan base should be excited about.
The Hakws are reportedly engaged in serious talks with Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer to be their next head coach.
The Spurs have nine days off until the Finals begin. During that time, they've given permission for Budenholzer to negotiate a contract with old friend Danny Ferry -- who is now the GM of the Hawks. Budenholzer, Gregg Popovich's right-hand man, was also drawing interest from the Sixers and Pistons.
Larry Drew will have his second interview with the Bucks on Wednesday.
Drew's contract hasn't expired with the Hawks, but he's a final candidate in Milwaukee and will go back to the team for his second interview this week. There is a real chance he winds up with the Bucks next season.
The Bucks are bringing in Larry Drew, Steve Clifford and Kelvin Sampson as the three finalists for their head coaching vacancy.
Clifford will visit Milwaukee on Tuesday, then Sampson and Drew will come to town on Wednesday, according to Yahoo! Sports. These three candidates have been linked to Milwaukee for close to a month and the Bucks could have their head coach by the end of this week. Charlotte and the Clippers could also look to bring in these fellows, as well.
"Many league insiders" believe current Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer will wind up with the Hawks head coaching job.
Budenholzer's name is getting to be scorching hot in coaching circles and we would be shocked if he's not a head coach next season. He's been very important on Gregg Popovich's bench, but he deserves a shot at running his own team.