Source: Sacramento Bee
Former Kings point guard Bobby Hurley, whose NBA career effectively ended when he was seriously injured in an auto accident weeks into his 1993-94 rookie season, seems to be enjoying his latest career as a college coach.
And so much for sibling rivalry: Hurley is an assistant on his brother Dan Hurley's staff at Rhode Island.
I talked to Hurley earlier this week to chat about his experiences with the Developmental Team that scrimmaged the original Dream Team in La Jolla in 1992. As usual, the onetime Duke standout was funny and insightful (see more in Friday's Bee).
Hurley, 41, aspires to become a head coach and hasn't dismissed the notion of returning to the NBA, but he isn't in a rush.
"I do a lot of chasing these kids around, talking to so many people," he said. "The travel is hectic, with events spread out all over the country - not like when I played. But I'm having a blast. I like this level because the kids don't have an agenda, they don't have entourages, and they want to be coached."
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