Title: Head Coach
Udrih, who becomes the fourth head coach in team history, brings more than 13 years of experience playing in the NBA, including two seasons with the Bucks, and three years of coaching in the NBA and NBA G League. Most recently, Udrih served as a professional NBA scout for the Atlanta Hawks. Udrih started his coaching career in the NBA G League as an assistant coach with the Westchester Knicks during the 2019-20 season. He received a call-up to the New Orleans Pelicans, where he served as an assistant coach for two seasons before joining the Atlanta Hawks as a professional NBA scout during the 2022-23 season. The Slovenia native spent over 21 years playing professional basketball in the NBA and overseas. Udrih played eight seasons in Europe before joining the San Antonio Spurs after being drafted with the 28th overall pick in 2004. He helped the Spurs win two NBA Championships before joining the Sacramento Kings from 2007-2011. Udrih spent his remaining six seasons in the NBA with stops at the Bucks (2011-13), Orlando Magic (2013), New York Knicks (2013-14), Memphis Grizzlies (2014-15), Miami Heat (2015-16) and Detroit Pistons (2016-17). Following the NBA, he played one season in Europe before announcing his retirement from playing.