The Toronto Raptors and Milwaukee Bucks both need to fill head coaching vacancies this off-season and both appear to be focused on former Atlanta Hawks bench boss Mike Budenholzer, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The Bucks finished the season under interim coach Joe Prunty and made the playoffs as the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference.
Hammon, the NBA's first-ever full-time female assistant coach, whose only National Basketball Association experience has come the last four years as an assistant with the San Antonio Spurs, would become the first female National Basketball Association head coach. The Cavs went on to win the National Basketball Association title and Blatt's replacement, Tyronn Lue, still holds that job.
Casey led the team to a franchise-best 59 wins during the regular season, but Toronto was swept by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the playoffs.
Budenholzer was at the helm of the Atlanta Hawks for five seasons, from 2013-18.
The Milwaukee Bucks seem to be taking a significant step forward in the process of hiring their new head coach. He was NBA Coach of the Year in 2014-15, but was sacked after a 24-58 season this year.
In 2014, he hired Hammon, who led the Spurs summer league team to the 2015 championship.