ATLANTA - The DUI trial of Atlanta Hawks Mike Budenholzer will continue on Monday when it is expected the coach will testify in his own behalf.
Budenholzer was arrested in August 2013 after leaving a Buckhead restaurant.
His defense argues he was not intoxicated at the time. They called to the stand the server who waited on Budenholzer, then-Hawks General Manager Danny Ferry and three other people.
Ferry will is also expected testify on Monday.
Budenholzer has been the head coach of the Atlanta Hawks since 2013.