Former Bulls guard Chris Duhon joins Illinois State’s coaching staff

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Chris Duhon played for the Bulls from 2004-08. | Tom Cruze/Sun-Times

NORMAL, Ill. (AP) — Former Chicago Bulls point guard Chris Duhon has joined the staff of Illinois State University as an assistant coach.

Illinois State coach Dan Muller announced Duhon’s appointment Monday, saying he brings “a high level of on-the-court experience and success” to the university’s basketball program.

Duhon resigned as an assistant coach at Marshall in January 2017 after his arrest for driving on a revoked license. His driver’s license was revoked for driving under the influence in 2015.

Duhon starred in college at Duke and helped lead the Blue Devils to the 2001 national championship, leading the team in steals and minutes played. He was selected by the Bulls in the second round of the 2004 NBA Draft and played four seasons in Chicago. He averaged 6.9 points and 4.5 assists per game as a member of the Bulls.

The 35-year-old retired from the NBA in 2013 after also playing for the Knicks, Magic and Lakers.

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