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Report: Arizona State assistant next up for USF

Arizona State associate head basketball coach Eric Musselman, a former NBA head coach, is known for his player-development acumen.

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Arizona State associate head basketball coach Eric Musselman, a former NBA head coach, is known for his player-development acumen.

Arizona State associate head basketball coach Eric Musselman, a former NBA head coach known for his player-development acumen, has emerged as a "legitimate candidate" for the USF job, cbssports.com reported Sunday.

A journeyman coach with a resume that also includes jobs in college and China, Musselman, 49, compiled a 108-138 record in stints with the NBA's Warriors (2002-04) and Kings ('06-07). His two seasons at ASU are his only college experience.

His dad, the late Bill Musselman, coached the old Tampa Bay Thrillers to consecutive CBA titles in the mid 1980s and coached in the ABA and NBA.

Report: Arizona State assistant next up for USF 03/30/14 [Last modified: Monday, March 31, 2014 2:16pm]
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