Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer entered the NBA’s well being and security protocols on Jan. 5 and was sidelined for a complete of 4 video games, three of which the Bucks dropped to fall to 26-17 on the season. 

In keeping with ESPN’s Jamal Collier, although, Budenholzer cleared the protocols in time to work Thursday’s house matchup towards the 30-10 Golden State Warriors. 

Bucks assistant Darvin Ham served as interim coach whereas Budenholzer handled some COVID-19 signs, however the head man communicated together with his crew by way of videoconference calls and textual content messages throughout his absence. 

“I do not know what the suitable phrase is, however it’s enjoyable to observe these guys do their factor,” Budenholzer remarked earlier than Thursday’s contest. “Simply know that it is actually, actually arduous to be away from them, however to see Darvin and the assistants coach and the way in which the gamers reply to them, it is an excellent factor now we have right here. To get to sit down again and see it from a distinct perspective might be wholesome for me, too.” 

Milwaukee started Thursday’s NBA motion fourth within the Jap Convention standings, three video games again of the first-place Chicago Bulls. The Bucks subsequent host the 20-18 Toronto Raptors on Saturday night. 





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