The Atlanta Hawks have signed Quin Snyder to a five-year deal to be the team’s next head coach, reports ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
ESPN Sources: Quin Snyder has reached agreement on a five-year deal — including the rest of this season — to become coach of the Atlanta Hawks. Snyder is expected to be on sidelines as soon as Tuesday vs. Washington. pic.twitter.com/ZYLx7y4v9V— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 26, 2023
Snyder will take control of the team as early as this week.
Snyder, 56, led the Jazz to the playoffs in each of the last six seasons and took the franchise to the second round in three of those years.
Before arriving in Utah, Snyder spent one season with the Hawks on Mike Budenholzer’s staff.
In three seasons with the Hawks, McMillan recorded a 99-80 record and reached the 2021 Eastern Conference Finals.
Expectations grew for McMillan and the Hawks when the team traded three first-round picks in the off-season to acquire All-Star guard Dejounte Murray from the San Antonio Spurs to team up with Trae Young in the backcourt.