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Chris Duhon
Chris Duhon
Position: None
Born: 08/31/82
Height: 6-1 / 1.85
Weight:185 lbs. / 83.9 kg.
You had a certain flair with your body movement when making certain calls and it sometimes went viral on social media. Did you realize you were doing a little extra sometimes and why? Crawford: The one that I hit on social media, the one with Chris Duhon, I screwed the play up. I am calling a block and it was an offensive foul from here to Poughkeepsie. And I should have called an offensive foul, and I get surprised by the play and I said to myself, “Well I am going to try this.” And I start going ba-boom! Ba-boom! Ba-boom! I am skipping out all the way to midcourt and maybe I can sell it this way and the next day, I get a phone call from the office: “Joe, we don’t want you doing that.”
Storyline: Joey Crawford Retirement
After completing a two-month suspension for a drunken driving charge, Marshall University assistant coach Chris Duhon – a nine-year NBA veteran – insists he’s returned far more serious to the coaching craft and committed to living a less cluttered post-playing life. After having something you love taken away from you like this, you have to really sit back and be honest with yourself, and understand there are lifestyle changes that you need to make,” Duhon told The Vertical recently.
“I had recently retired and I wasn’t putting all my focus and energy into coaching,” Duhon told The Vertical. “I still had some ideas that maybe I would make another comeback, find another way to get back and play again. It is not always an easy transition out of your playing career, but that part of my life is done. It isn’t an easy transition, but I’m learning from what happened and I want to focus my energy on becoming a good coach.”
Chris Duhon is slated to be the latest in a long line of former Duke players under Mike Krzyzewski to pursue a college coaching career, as he is expected to be named an assistant under new Marshall head coach Dan D’Antoni on Friday. “You got to just start thinking as a coach,” Duhon told WSAZ’s Rich Donnelly when asked about his transition from being a player (Duhon was most recently a member of the Los Angeles Lakers last spring). “You can’t expect guys to do it the way that, you know, you did it as a player. You have to adjust to them in ways, try to teach them the right way to do it and adjust to the way they play and their playing style.”