Larry Drew and Kelvin Sampson had their second interviews with Milwaukee Bucks officials Wednesday.

But no decision was made regarding the Bucks' open head coaching position.

Drew, 55, coached the Atlanta Hawks the past three seasons but his contract was not renewed. On Tuesday, the Hawks hired longtime San Antonio Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer as coach.

Sampson, 57, spent the past two seasons as the lead assistant to Kevin McHale with the Houston Rockets. Before joining the Rockets, Sampson spent three years on the Bucks' staff under Scott Skiles.

Sampson also interviewed with the Charlotte Bobcats, who hired Los Angeles Lakers assistant Steve Clifford on Monday.

Clifford had been scheduled to meet with the Bucks on Tuesday for a second interview.

The Bucks are not expected to aggressively pursue Memphis Grizzlies coach Lionel Hollins, who is in the final year of his contract and just finished leading the Grizzlies to the Western Conference finals.

Memphis won playoff series against the Los Angeles Clippers and Oklahoma City Thunder before being swept in four games by San Antonio in the conference finals.

Hollins is under contract with the Grizzlies until June 30. He has said he hopes to return to the Grizzlies but he also could be in serious contention for the Clippers and Brooklyn Nets jobs if he does not work out a new deal in Memphis.

Hollins told the Memphis Commercial Appeal he did not expect the Grizzlies would grant permission to other teams to talk to him before his contract expires.

"Why would they (give permission)?" Hollins said. "I wouldn't."

Hollins briefly was an assistant with the Bucks under Skiles during the 2008-'09 season but was hired as head coach of the Grizzlies in January 2009.