A jury found Mike Budenholzer not guilty in a trial stemming from a DUI arrest in 2013.
Mike Budenholzer has returned to the Hawks after tending to a family emergency, and he will resume his head coaching duties during Sunday's game against the Jazz.
Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer returned to Atlanta on Friday due to a family emergency.
The Hawks have hired Michael Blackstone as their assistant GM, John Treloar will become the Director of Player Personnel, while Jeff Peterson has been promoted to Director of Scouting.
Mike Budenholzer has entered a not guilty plea in his driving under the influence case, according to his attorney.
The Hawks have officially promoted Mike Budenholzer to President of Basketball Operations in addition to his duties as head coach.
The Hawks traded the No. 15 pick in the 2015 draft for the Wizards' No. 19 pick, in addition to two future second-round picks.
The Pacers and Hawks have reportedly had exploratory talks about swapping their No. 11 and No. 15 pick in the 2015 NBA draft.
According to Yahoo Sports, the Hawks are planning on promoting Mike Budenholzer to team president, but he will also continue to be the head coach.
Coach Mike Budenholzer said he's excited with the current Hawks team.
The Hawks have officially announced they will swap picks with the Nets for the 2015 NBA Draft.
Antony Ressler and his team, including Grant Hill, will pay around $800 million for the Atlanta Hawks franchise.
Mike Budenholzer has been named the NBA Coach of the Year.
Mike Budenholzer said he plans to rest players with four upcoming games in the next five nights.