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Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer was named the NBA coach of the year on Tuesday.

The Hawks had the second-best record in the NBA this year and are the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs. Per ESPN:
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Budenholzer received 67 out of a possible 130 first-place votes and 513 overall points, finishing just ahead of Warriors coach Steve Kerr (471 points).

The Hawks went 60-22 this season in their second season under Budenholzer, finishing with their best regular-season record in franchise history.
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