Atlanta Hawks new head coach Mike Budenholzer vowed to fight drink-driving charges on Thursday after being arrested for driving under the influence.
Mike Budenholzer (L), pictured on January 25, 2013. THe Atlanta Hawks' new head coach has vowed to fight drink-driving charges after his arrest.
Budenholzer was arrested and charged with DUI late Wednesday and released on $1,524 bond, an Atlanta City Jail spokeswoman said.
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