Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer and Golden State Warriors bench boss Steve Kerr will face off at the NBA All-Star game Feb.15 at Madison Square Garden.

The Hawks and Warriors have the best records in the Eastern and Western conferences.

Frank Vogel and Scott Brooks had the honors last season.

From the press releases:

The Hawks (35-8, .814) clinched the best record in the conference through games played on Sunday, Feb. 1, by virtue of their 110-91 win over the Indiana Pacers on Jan. 21. Atlanta is on a 14-game winning streak, equaling the longest in franchise history. […] Budenholzer, in his second season at the helm for Atlanta, owns a career record of 73-52 (.584). He becomes the first Hawks head coach to earn NBA All-Star Game coaching honors since Lenny Wilkens during the 1993-94 season.

 

The Warriors (34-6, .850) clinched the best record in the Western Conference through games played Feb. 1, by virtue of their 126-113 win over the Houston Rockets on Jan. 21. Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer and his staff will coach the Eastern Conference All-Stars.

 

Kerr, in his first season at the helm for Warriors, has steered Golden State atop the overall NBA standings through games played on Jan. 21. Golden State is in the midst of a franchise-record 17-game winning streak at home.