The Milwaukee Bucks head coaching position wasn't on the market very long. Just hours after the team fired head coach Terry Stotts, the position was filled by assistant coach Larry Krystkowiak.
Stotts hired Krystkowiak this past offseason as an assistant. He led the University of Montana to consecutive NCAA tournament bids in 2005 and 2006.
Krystkowiak also played on the Bucks from 1987-1992. He will be the 10 th coach in team history. Krystkowiak's debut is tonight the Bucks host the San Antonio Spurs tonight.