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Thursday, June 18th, 2009 at 12:22 pm  |  5 responses

Theus To Interview for USC Job Today

Will Reggie Theus be the next head coach at Southern California?

Former Sacramento Kings and New Mexico State coach Reggie Theus will interview for the coaching vacancy at Southern California today, according to a report in the LA Times. He is expected to meet with Athletic Director Mike Garnett and accept the job if offered.

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  • Risk Reward

    It seems like a good match on paper. Theus is a Hollywood-style coach, with more style than Xs and Os acumen. That should be sufficient in image-conscious L.A.

  • jumpman3224

    me and my friends HANG TIME

  • Jedi knight

    No hard feeling to theus but PJ is a better coach.GO PJ

    I have one question to ask JUST WHAT IN THE HELL IS LANCE DOING DOES HE NOT SEE SCHOOLS PULLING OUT NOW HE ONLY HAS MEMPHIS AND FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL HE BETTER MAKE A CHOISE SOON HE’S GETTING BAD INFO CAN SOMEBODY ANYBODY WHISPER IN HIS EAR AND TELL HIM GO TO MEMPHIS!!!!!

  • Kimbo

    Let’s see, PJ sucked as a professional taking a great team and making it crap. Theus improved on Sacramento’s record by five wins with absolutely no talent and came in 5th in a brutal Western Conference. When Theus left the team finished dead last, 15th place. PJ’s team infinitely improved.

    PJ however has the great run with Seton Hall in the 1980′s which is about as relevant to coaching in LA for USC in 2010 as former Seton Hall star John Salley on a reality tv show.

    X’s and O’s, let’s see- we already know he coached under Pitino for a final four team and turned a 6 win team at NMSU into a 27 win team and won the conference and went to NCAA tournament. But that was just recruiting which is important but let’s pretend it isn’t.

    He coached an ABA team Las Vegas Lobos to the finals- no recruiting there. Coached summer leagues for Denver Nuggets and Sixer’s under Larry Brown, no recruiting there. Runner-up NBA Rookie of the Year All-Rookie team, one of seven players in NBA history to score 19,000 points and 6,000 assists, joining John Havlicek, Oscar Robertson, John Stockton, Gary Payton, Clyde Drexler and Jerry West. Retired 22nd on the NBA’s all-time scoring and 11th on the all-time assists list with 6,453 career assists, twice NBA All-Star. So I assume he knows a little about basketball.

  • http://slamonline blaze

    we need better topics to argue about.

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