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Having parted ways with Mike Budenholzer, the Atlanta Hawks are lining up interviews with potential replacements to fill their head coaching vacancy.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, two interviews were scheduled for Sunday in California, with Portland assistant Nate Tibbetts and Golden State assistant Jarron Collins.
Tibbetts has spent five seasons under Terry Stotts in Portland. He was also an assistant with the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2011-13.
Collins is a former NBA center and has been an assistant under Steve Kerr with the Warriors since 2014.