Atlanta Hawks Part Ways with Head Coach Nate McMillan After All-Star Break

The Atlanta Hawks have decided to part ways with head coach Nate McMillan, sources say. The decision comes after the team’s record fell below .500 at the NBA All-Star break.

McMillan had been with the Hawks since the 2016-17 season, leading the team to their first Eastern Conference Finals appearance in 2015.

The Hawks have not yet announced who will take over as head coach. However, it is expected that the team will look to fill the position quickly.

The news of McMillan’s departure has been met with mixed reactions from fans and analysts. Some have applauded the team’s decision to make a change, while others have expressed disappointment in the move.

It remains to be seen how the Hawks will fare without McMillan at the helm. However, one thing is certain: the team will have to make some adjustments if they hope to remain competitive in the Eastern Conference.