The Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to a deal with Mike Budenholzer to make him the next head coach. Here are five reasons why that’s a good thing.
It was announced on Wednesday that the Milwaukee Bucks and Mike Budenholzer agreed to a four-year deal for Budenholzer to become their head coach. This news was met with a warm welcome for the most part on behalf of fans and media.
Since then, everyone and their mom have chimed in with their initial reaction to the hiring and how they feel about it. Now, it’s time we move on to phase two: Analyze.
We’ve had time to digest what it means for both parties and what the future may look like with this partnership. We’ve taken a look at it from every angle and will continue to interpret the meaning for the rest of the offseason. A long four-plus months of predicting what it means. I can’t wait to hear everyone go into overkill.
But, before we can get to over-analyzing the hiring, we must first start with analyzing. Let’s take a look at five reasons why this was a good hire for Bucks’ general manager Jon Horst.