Illinois State men’s basketball coach Dan Muller has added an NCAA national champion and former NBA veteran to his coaching staff.
Chris Duhon was a McDonald’s All-American who played on Duke’s 2001 title team and later played nine pro seasons with the Chicago Bulls and three other teams.
“Chris brings a high level of on-the-court experience and success to our program,” Muller said in a news release. “His playing career speaks for itself. He is a leader, a teammate, a worker, and a winner."
Duhon served as an assistant coach for parts of four seasons at Marshall. He resigned in January 2017 after he was arrested for driving on a revoked license, a charge which stemmed from a drunk driving arrest in November 2015.
Duhon is a native of Slidell, Louisiana. He graduated from Duke as the school’s all-time leader in steals, minutes and finished second in assists.
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