Chris Duhon joined The David Glenn Show on Wednesday to talk about his new position as an assistant coach at Marshall. Duhon, who starred at Duke from 2000-04 before playing with Chicago, New York, Orlando and the Los Angeles Lakers at the NBA level, accepted an offer back in the spring to become an assistant with the Thundering Herd under head coach Dan D’Antoni.
The former point guard stated that one of D’Antoni’s goals in Huntington, West Virginia, is to bring a team-first mentality to the program. Duhon pointed to Duke as the perfect model. Keep reading to find out what he said.