Milwaukee Bucks: All-Time Greatest Coaches

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April 3, 2015; Sacramento, CA, USA; Sacramento Kings head coach

George Karl

looks on during the fourth quarter against the New Orleans Pelicans at Sleep Train Arena. The Pelicans defeated the Kings 101-95. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

We’ve looked at most of the great players in Milwaukee Bucks history over the past couple of weeks, but that doesn’t mean we’re done with looking back to the past yet by any stretch of the imagination.

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Our goal has been to try to identify the franchise’s All-Time 15 man roster, their greatest starting five, and highlight the work of some of the franchise’s greats who may have flown under the radar.

What’s the point of doing all of that if we don’t also pick a guy to coach them though?

The Milwaukee Bucks have been lucky enough in their history to have some of the greatest coaches in the history of the game of basketball, and those men have played a significant role in the success of many of the players we’ve spoken about as legendary Bucks.

Who’s the greatest Bucks coach ever though?

Who had the greatest impact on the franchise? Who was the most successful of them all? And who is remembered most fondly?

Let’s look at some of the contenders below, and at the end, don’t forget to vote for the coach who you feel deserves the honor of coaching our final 15 man All-Time Bucks roster!

The final results will be decided by a combination of readers votes and opinions and those of our staff here at Behind The Buck Pass, so make sure to have your say.

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