The Atlanta Hawks added Charles Lee and Ben Sullivan to the coaching staff, head coach Mike Budenholzer announced Wednesday.

Lee, who spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach at Bucknell, was the 2006 Patriot League Player of the Year for the Bisons and ranks 22nd on the school's all-time scoring list. He played professionally in Israel, Belgium and Germany.

Sullivan most recently worked in basketball development and as an assistant video coordinator with the San Antonio Spurs. He played collegiately at Cal-State Northridge and Portland. He played professionally in China, Germany and Chile. Sullivan joined Portland's coaching staff in 2009, then was an assistant coach at Lewis & Clark College in Portland before joining the Spurs.

"Charles and Ben bring unique skills and abilities to our staff. Both have strong backgrounds in player development that will complement our emphasis on internal team improvement," Budenholzer said in a statement. "We feel very fortunate to add them and are excited to see how they positively impact our group."

Lee and Sullivan join Kenny Atkinson, Darvin Ham, Taylor Jenkins and Neven Spahija on Budenholzer's staff. Jim Thomas, a member of the coaching staff in 2013-14, has been moved into a front office role as a scout, a position he previously served in with Oklahoma City, New York and Toronto.