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Monday, April 23, 2018

Report: Milwaukee Bucks Sign Larry Krystkowiak as New Head Coach

1250 WSSP in Milwaukee is reporting that the Bucks have signed assistant coach Larry Krystkowiak to a two-year deal to become their new head coach.  Krystowiak would replace Terry Stotts who was fired earlier on Wednesday.  The news comes as no surprise as Krystkowiak was speculated to be the leading candidate to replace Stotts once the firing was announced.

Krystkowiak joined the Bucks in June of 2006 following two seasons as head at his alma-mater, the University of Montana.  He played nine seasons in the NBA, five of which were with Milwaukee.

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