The Atlanta Hawks have overachieved this season, thanks in large part to the coaching and leadership of Nate McMillan, who took over for Lloyd Pierce after he was fired back in February.

Since the coaching change, Atlanta went from being a bottom-feeder to a playoff lock in the East, and are now competing against Philadelphia in the Eastern Conference Semis.

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But apparently, coach McMillan (who still hasn't taken a permanent role in the organization) might be one-and-done in the ATL. According to sources, he is a darkhorse candidate to replace Brad Stevens in Boston.