Bristol, Ct. – Reggie Theus, the newly appointed men's basketball head coach at Cal State Northridge, was a featured guest on the Ian O'Connor radio talk show on Sunday morning on ESPN Radio.
Theus conducted the interview from South Carolina where he is helping his son (who will be a freshman at the University of South Carolina) prepare for the school year in 2013-14.
The nearly ten minute interview primarily talked about the transition Brad Stevens will have going from being the head coach at Butler University to the NBA's Boston Celtics.
Theus was the head coach at New Mexico State (2005-06 and 2006-07) and made the transition to the NBA as head coach of the Sacramento Kings (2007-08, 2008-09).
The link to the interview is available at http://espn.go.com/espnradio/play?id=9456499
The name "Reggie Theus" is continuing a trend of drawing national attention for Cal State Northridge. Theus was a recent radio guest on "95.7FM The Game", one of the top rated sports talk shows in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Theus was also recently featured on "Big West Now", a monthly television program that was seen last month on Fox Sports Prime Ticket.
Theus, a two-time NBA All-Star, played 13 seasons in the NBA. Theus is one of only seven players in NBA history to score at least 19,000 points and dished out assists, joining such NBA Hall of Famers such as Oscar Robertson, Jerry West, John Havlicek, John Stockton, Gary Payton and Clyde Drexler.