4. Monty Williams
Monty Williams comes in at No. 4 on our list because he’s been out of the NBA coaching games since the 2015-16 season when he was with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Before that, he played in the NBA for nine seasons. Williams was a bit of a journeyman, as he suited up for the Knicks, Spurs, Denver Nuggets, Magic and Philadelphia 76ers throughout his time.
Three years after he retired as a player, he became an assistant coach for the Portland Trailblazers from 2005-2010. He then earned a head coaching position for the then New Orleans Hornets and lasted for five seasons there. He amassed an overall record of 173-221 and led the Hornets/ Pelicans to two playoff appearances.
The fact that he’s been out of the NBA for the past few years is what keeps him from climbing higher on this list. The Bucks front office will certainly want someone who is in tune with the modern philosophies of the game on both ends of the floor.