The Milwaukee Bucks are searching for a coach in a crowded marketplace.

Other NBA teams are in the hunt for a coach, too, and this summer it's likely at least one-third of the league's head coaching jobs will change hands.

One team, the Cleveland Cavaliers, already has hired a new coach. The Cavs moved quickly to hire Mike Brown, who coached Cleveland once before, from 2005-'10, before a brief stint leading the Los Angeles Lakers.

Coaching jobs are now open in Milwaukee, Detroit, Charlotte, Philadelphia and Brooklyn, and Phoenix is likely to replace interim coach Lindsey Hunter.

Atlanta Hawks coach Larry Drew was in Milwaukee on Monday to meet with Bucks officials. His contract with the Hawks runs out June 30, and he and general manager Danny Ferry have agreed that both parties can explore their options in the meantime. It is expected the Hawks will change coaches.

There is still plenty of speculation about Memphis coach Lionel Hollins, who has led his team to the Western Conference finals but is in the last year of his contract. Will he return to the Grizzlies or take a big-money offer somewhere else?

And the Los Angeles Clippers have not made a final call on coach Vinny Del Negro, whose contract expires June 30. Del Negro led the Clippers to a franchise-record 56 victories and the fourth-seeded spot in the Western Conference before losing a first-round playoff series to the Grizzlies.

Sacramento is expected to make a coaching change (Keith Smart is the current coach) and possibly a front-office move under its new ownership, after the league's board of governors voted to keep the franchise in northern California. And Toronto has reassigned president and general manager Bryan Colangelo, giving him a corporate role with the franchise.