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Bucks’ Budenholzer named NBCA 2019 Coach of the Year

In his first year as head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, Mike Budenholzer has his team at the top of the NBA. His work to guide the Bucks to 60 wins has received plenty of praise from around the league.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Budenholzer has been elected the National Basketball Coaches Association’s 2019 Coach of the Year.

Brooklyn’s Kenny Atkinson, Denver’s Michael Malone, Indiana’s Nate McMillan, San Antonio’s Gregg Popovich, the Clippers’ Doc Rivers, Utah’s Quin Snyder and Portland’s Terry Stotts all received votes.

This is the second time Budenholzer has won this award. He last won it in 2014-15 after he led the Atlanta Hawks to a 60-22 record and the top seed in the Eastern Conference.

Last year, the Bucks won 44 games and were bounced in the first-round of the playoffs by the Boston Celtics. Budenholzer came in and immediately changed the culture with relatively the same core of players. He was the perfect man for the job.

Budenholzer’s next job is to get Milwaukee out of the first round, something they haven’t done since the 2000-01 season.

Bucks pick up 60th win with 115-107 victory against Hawks

The Milwaukee Bucks will be the only team in the NBA this season to win 60 games. They defeated the Atlanta Hawks 115-107 on Sunday night. The last time the Bucks reached 60 wins was in 1981. Head coach Mike Budenholzer spoke about the accomplishment after the game.

We have bigger goals ahead of us. But it’s important for the group to enjoy it and celebrate it. Not a lot of people get to participate on a team that can win 60 in a season. It’s down our list of priorities, but it’s certainly something to be enjoyed.

Budenholzer joined Pat Riley, Phil Jackson, K.C. Jones, Mike D’Antoni, Don Nelson and Rick Adelman as the only coaches to win 60 games with more than one team.

Giannis Antetokounmpo only played 25 minutes but finished with a team-high 30 points and grabbed 11 rebounds.

The Bucks should absolutely be proud of what they’ve accomplished during the regular season but now it’s time to prove to the world what they can do in the playoffs.

Next up, the Bucks (60-21) will play their final regular season game when they host the Oklahoma City Thunder (47-33) on Wednesday night. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00pm.

Bucks’ DiVincenzo (foot) out for season

Injuries have come in bunches for the Milwaukee Bucks as of late. The latest to plague the deer is rookie guard Donte DiVincenzo. He’s out for the season due to bilateral heel bursitis in his right foot, league sources told ESPN on Tuesday.

DiVincenzo will undergo a biologic injection at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin. Then, it’s all about rest and rehabilitation. He is expected to make a full recovery in the off-season.

The 22-year-old has shown plenty of promise in his rookie season appearing in 27 games and averaging 4.9 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.1 assists in 15.2 minutes per game.

There have been plenty of fun moments this season for DiVincenzo.

Milwaukee has lost guard Malcolm Brogdon, Nikola Mirotic, Pau Gasol and Tony Snell to injuries.

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Short-handed Bucks fall to Cavs 107-102

CLEVELAND | The Milwaukee Bucks failed to clinch the Central Division Wednesday night in Cleveland as they fell to the Cavaliers 107-102.

Rookie guard Collin Sexton scored 25 points and Jordan Clarkson added 23 points to lead the Cavs to victory.

Khris Middleton stepped up in Giannis Antetokounmpo’s absence as he had a game-high 26 points for the Bucks. Eric Bledsoe chipped in with 24 points.

Milwaukee wasn’t just without Giannis, however. They were also missing five other rotational players including starting guard Malcolm Brogdon and forward Nikola Mirotic.

The Bucks had a chance to tie the game, down three with 11.5 seconds left but turned over the inbound pass.

Next up, the Bucks (53-19) return home to Fiserv Forum as they host the Miami Heat (34-36) Friday night. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30pm.